Action 1 - Testosterone Increase Human research showed an increase of 98.8% in free testosterone (unbound by SHBG [sex hormone binding globulin]), total testosterone levels remain relatively unchanged. This is fantastic news as only free testosterone is biologically active and capable of producing gains in muscle mass and strength. The active compound in Testo19 primarily helps favourably alter the ratio of free testosterone to bound testosterone.
Stimulates Hypothalamus to produce CRH (Corticotrophin Releasing Hormone)
CRH acts on the Pituitary causing it to produce ACTH( Adrenocorticotropin)
ACTH then acts on the Adrenal Cortex causing C19 steroid hormone production
Some of these C19 Steroid hormones are then used as precursors for testosterone
Biologically-active testosterone Increases Action 2 - Independent Testosterone-like Activity
Testo19 also has potent testosterone-like properties on its own and readily binds to the androgen receptor (stimulating lean muscle growth). Initial studies done on castrated rats have shown the key component in Testo19 to have similar anabolic and androgenic activity as testosterone. So not only does Testo19 work by increasing your natural production of testosterone, it can also activate the androgen receptor itself and produce testosterone-like effects. Action 3 - Effect on Libido and Erectile Function
The key component in Testo19 has shown remarkable results in rat studies, increasing intracavenous pressure and leading to healthy erectile function. Further more, libido is greatly increased as witnessed by mounting frequency and reduced latency time (recovery). Anecdotal reports from users of Testo19 indicate similar effects in humans, most notably a sharp increase in libido. Action 4 - Increased Protein Synthesis and Recovery from Exercise
Blood Urea Nitrogen (BUN) levels were significantly reduced after 8-weeks of consumption of the key component in TESTO19. This reflects that the body is in a distinct anabolic state as muscle-breakdown (catabolism) is reduced. This parameter confirms the development of lean muscle mass during the study. This is also strong supporting evidence of improved muscle recovery times following exercise. Action 5 – Decrease in Skin-fold Thickness
During the human study, participants experienced a substantial decrease in skin-fold thickness, a direct indicator of loss in total body fat. Each participant lost an average of 14 and 20% off their pre-study skin-fold thickness on thighs and triceps respectively. It is believed that the key component in Testo-19 creates the perfect metabolic environment for fat loss as a result of increased muscle-mass, elevated testosterone and reduced oestrogen levels.