Testosterone is produced in the bodies of birds, reptiles and mammals, both females and males but more is produced in males. In the case of humans, 20 times as much is produced by males than females, meaning on average, males have up to 7 or 8 times more in their bodies than females. As a natural steroid it plays a part in determining the sex of a baby and during growth strengthens bones and encourages the growth of muscles and some other parts of the body including the penis. As it acts to strengthen bones and the growth of muscles, some sportsmen in the 80s, used testosterone boosters to better their performance but as this led to controversy, highlighted by the 1988 Olympics and the performance of Ben Johnson, many sporting associations in the 1990s ruled that their particular sportsmen could not use them in the future, probably standing as testimony that the boosters can in fact increase performance.
Probably because it is known to assist in the growth of the male sexual organ and because it is also known that the male body will produce more during times of arousal, some believe that testosterone boosters can increase performance during sexual activity but, this is something that has not been proven and which no evidence exists to support the theory. There is no doubt though, that the top testosterone boosters can improve the appearance of the male body, making it appear and actually be, more muscular. Because of this many body builders use it to assist in their endeavours. If a man wants to get his body into good muscular shape with a ribbed, 6-pack type torso and muscular arms and legs, they can spend several months following a rigid diet and exercising strenuously every day or, take boosters and get the job done in weeks instead of months. Even if a man was to take boosters and not even bother to diet or exercise at all, his body could start to look as if he had.
At one time there was a lot of hype about testosterone boosters being a scam and not working but, they were later proved to be only associated with products that were misleadingly labelled as boosters when actually, they weren’t. As far as the real testosterone boosters are concerned, comprehensive tests carried out, even as late as 2010, have shown that there are no proven serious health risks related to the taking of them.
Today, if a man wants to get that toned, muscular look, he can take these kinds of boosters and not have to either diet or attend the gym but, due to past misrepresentation, he should first look at the reviews of some on the internet to ensure that they are getting the correct thing and not something equating to a scam. There are still some men, despite there being no proof, that still take the boosters believing that they can improve their sexual prowess but, even if they are wrong, at least their bodies will probably look better.