Our Performance Lab T Booster Review looks at one of the few truly Vegan friendly Testosterone Boosters which uses only four ingredients to pack a high quality testosterone punch.
For clarity, this product is also known as SPORT T+ and Performance Lab® SPORT T.
All ingredients including the Plantcaps ® capsules also contain no soy or gluten, with no synthetic additives.
There are only four ingredients in Performance Lab Sport T-Booster which makes it lean and clean for boosting natural testosterone.
- Ashwagandha (KSM-66®) –
- D-Aspartic Acid Calcium Chelate (D-AA-CC) –
- Mucuna Pruriens –
- Luteolin –
|Serving Size: 2 capsules
Servings Per Container: 30
|Ingredient||Amount per serving||% Daily Value|
|D-Aspartic Acid Calcium Chelate (D-AA-CC)||1000mg||**|
|Ashwagandha (KSM-66®, standardised for min.
|Mucuna Pruriens (standardised for min. 15% levodopa)||150mg||**|
|Luteolin (from orange fruit extract)||30mg||**|
How to Take Performance Lab T-Booster
The instructions state you should take 1-2 capsules with the first meal of the day or just before the first workout of the day, whichever is first (I can’t workout in the morning on a full stomach so before the morning workout wins every time).
You should then take 1-2 capsules before your second meal of the day or after your workout. Confused? If you workout before eating then take the first set then, and the second set with your second meal, otherwise if you eat first take the first set then and take the second after your workout. Simple.
The manufacturer also recommends that you cycle Performance Lab SPORT T-Booster, so take it for 4 weeks then stop for 2 weeks then start again for another 4 weeks and so on.
Where to Buy Performance Lab T-Booster
Prices for Performance Lab SPORT T-Booster start at $50 for 1 box (prices shown here in USD) with savings for 2 and 3 boxes, these are currently priced at $95 for 2 boxes, $135 for 3 Boxes. All are only available to buy at the Performance Lab website.
The products are available to buy in different currencies including USD ($), GBP (£), Euro (€) and Australian Dollar ($). Prices vary so you should check your native currency for the actual price if not paying in USD.