Overwatch Testosterone Booster Review
The natural testosterone booster market is a busy one so we’re always on the lookout for brands that standout. Overwatch from On Point Supplements does this because, as the logo suggests, it’s produced by ex-cops with a military background.
We know how well this worked out for Prime Male. That was originally made for MMA fighters, so can Overwatch be as successful in raising libido, stamina and muscle mass? That all depends on the formula. We know it’s On Point by name, but is it on point by nature.
Happily we’ll have every chance to find out because there are no proprietary blends. All (three??) of the ingredients are show with their dose. You might expect a bit of camouflage from ex-military, but they’ve clearly gone for the cops “KEEP YOUR COMPONENTS WHERE WE CAN SEE EM!” approach. Let’s get started.
How Does It Work?
At a Glance
- Tribulus Terrestris to boost testosterone (allegedly)
- D-Aspartic Acid to further raise T
- Indole-3-Carbinol to limit estrogen
We’ll examine each of these in a bit more detail after a look at our scores
If you’re going to pick just three ingredients for a formula, at least make them three of the best. Tibullus Terrestris is a scientifically debunked out dated waste, D-Aspartic Acid is great but needs at 6 times the dose on offer and Indole-3-Carbinol helps to control estrogen in some studies, sure, but raises it in others.
The mid-$20 range is actually cheap for a booster but with just 3 ingredients there’s no way you can call that value. There are far better boosters out there worth saving your hard earned pennies for.
First the positives. No proprietary blends, which we always appreciate. And there’s no way this supplement poses any danger to you, unless you’ve got specific allergies. But passing off just 3 ingredients – one under dosed, one debunked and one in need of more research as the best option to help your T? Pretty shaky, guys. Pretty shaky.
Overwatch Testosterone Booster has great testimonials. The problem is they’re all on the official website and they’re all just star ratings and short paragraphs. They lack enough detail and objectivity to give you a real sense of quality. Plus based on the formula it’s safe to say they’re stretching the truth a bit.
On Point Supplements are a relatively new company but they already have an expansive range of products. They are heavily involved with helping police and armed forces charities which is to their credit, but they’re not as well established as some of their competitors. Though they seem an above board operation, with a stable of bodybuilders happy to carry the flag for them we have real issues with some of their formula choices.
How Do I Take It?
Users are advised to take 1 serving of 2 capsules a day.
This is nowhere near enough to help your hormones for a full day, even ignoring formula issues.
The best boosters use a system of 3 to 4 servings a day to keep ingredients topped up evenly for 24 hours.
There’s nothing here that would concern us as far as side effects go, which is something I suppose.
Where Can I Get Overwatch Testosterone Booster?
Customers can find Overwatch Testosterone Booster at the On Point Supplements website for $25.00. It’s not currently available in the UK.
Overwatch Testosterone Booster Ingredients – In Detail
It’s genuinely unbelievable to us that some boosters still rate this plant. All the evidence shows it does nothing for your hormones and all it can manage is a possible slight boost to libido. To be frank this is 600mg wasted.
In the right dose is one of the strongest picks you can make for a booster. This amino acid promotes luteinizing hormone, human growth hormone and follicle stimulating hormone. These are all essential building blocks for T. It’s just a pity that D-AA only really kicks in around 3000mg, way way above Overwatch’s 500mg.
When Indole-3-Carbinol is digested it turns into a nutrient, usually found in green leafy veg, called DIM. DIM is useful as some studies show it can limit the female hormone estrogen, which if allowed to get to high, causes T to drop. The problem us, other studies show that DIM can cause estrogen to rise, making the problem worse. In other words it’s not a estrogen suppressant, more an estrogen modulator. It’s a risk.
The list of things this supplement is missing is almost longer than this review. Zinc, magnesium, boron, vitamin D, all these things would’ve been a massive help to male hormone.
Some libido boosters like fenugreek and Asian Ginseng wouldn’t go a miss either.
Vitamin B6 and luteolin are also more proven anti-estrogen choices
Given that this is created by ex-cops probably risking 3 speeding tickets a week for life saying this, but Overwatch Testosterone Booster is a dud.
We’re sure the makers were fine officers, but they’re not quite there as booster experts.
Don’t let the good price fool you there are better options out there even if you’re on a budget.
Studies Quoted in the Review
- Rogerson S, Riches CJ, Jennings C, Weatherby RP, Meir RA, Marshall-Gradisnik SM. The effect of five weeks of Tribulus terrestris supplementation on muscle strength and body composition during preseason training in elite rugby league players. (2007)
- Neychev VK, Mitev VI. The aphrodisiac herb Tribulus terrestris does not influence the androgen production in young men. Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Medical University, 2 Zdrave str., Sofia-1431, Bulgaria. (2005)
- Topo E, Soricelli A, D’Aniello A, Ronsini S, D’Aniello G. The role and molecular mechanism of D-aspartic acid in the release and synthesis of LH and testosterone in humans and rats. Stazione Zoologica Anton Dohrn, Napoli, Italy (2009)
- D’Aniello et al D-Aspartate, a Key Element for the Improvement of Sperm Quality . Advances in Sexual Medicine, Vol. 2 No. 4, 2012, pp. 45-53
- Rajoria S, Suriano R, Parmar PS, Wilson YL, Megwalu U, Moscatello A, Bradlow HL, Sepkovic DW, Geliebter J, Schantz SP, Tiwari RK. 3,3′-diindolylmethane modulates estrogen metabolism in patients with thyroid proliferative disease: a pilot study. Department of Microbiology and Immunology, New York Medical College, Valhalla, New York (2011)
- Hong C, Firestone GL, Bjeldanes LF. Bcl-2 family-mediated apoptotic effects of 3,3′-diindolylmethane (DIM) in human breast cancer cells Department of Nutritional Sciences and Toxicology, University of California (2002)