Dietspotlight Boost Review Feature Image

✓ Fact Checked

Introduction

Does this testosterone booster have what it takes to send user test levels soaring? We’re told the product works synergistically to help elevate consumer strength, energy, alertness and virility. Sounds great but what does the research say?

In this Dietspotlight Boost review, we’re getting to the bottom of what users can really expect from this popular product.

Readers please note that statements on this page are fair comment based on observation. This content is produced on a matter of public interest. Statements on this page are our honest opinion.

DietProbe Recommends:

What Is Dietspotlight Boost?

Dietspotlight Boost is a testosterone booster produced by a US-based company named Green Bracket LLC (trading as Dietspotlight). Prior to being rebranded, Boost was originally called “Pronabolin” – both products share an identical formula.

One bottle of the Dietspotlight Boost testosterone booster costs a rather steep $79.95, contains 90 capsules (which is the equivalent of 30 servings) and will last users for one month provided they stick to the directions of three capsules per day; it is only available via the official Dietspotlight Boost website and Amazon.

If you’re interested in trying Boost, you can sign up for a 14 day sample, where you’ll only need to pay $3.95 shipping cost.. however you must be aware that signing up for this trial will automatically enrol you into the “Dietspotlight Boost Member Program”, which will auto-ship you a bottle on a monthly basis and automatically charge you for the full price of a bottle. See the T’s & C’s below:

“You will be enrolled in our Dietspotlight Boost Member Program, where we automatically send you a one-month supply of Dietspotlight Boost in 14 days and every 30 days thereafter for just $69.95 plus $5.95 shipping and handling.”

Users who are looking to cancel their subscription to any Dietspotlight product must call 855-246-1336.

Does Dietspotlight Boost Work?

It is our opinion that this product will not work directly as described; we do not believe that Boost will genuinely elevate user testosterone levels, but it may be useful for gaining weight, increasing your strength levels and increase sexual sensation.

Let us elaborate on that:

In order to establish whether this product truly can boost user testosterone levels, we looked at the research available on the main ingredients.

The backbone and most plentiful ingredient inside Boost is Tribulus Terrestris. This ingredient has seen significant clinical study, unfortunately all of these studies have concluded that the substance does not boost the male sex hormone testosterone at all. Here are the studies we found:

Study 1: The effect of five weeks of Tribulus terrestris supplementation on muscle strength and body composition during preseason training in elite rugby league players.

This study was conducted because professional rugby players were worried that taking over-the-counter testosterone booster supplements may cause them to test positive for performance enhancing drugs (ie. testosterone-boosting steroids).

Conclusion: “Tribulus did not produce the large gains in strength or lean muscle mass.”

Study 2: The aphrodisiac herb Tribulus terrestris does not influence the androgen production in young men.

This study looked at whether or not Tribulus could enhance androgen (ie. boost testosterone) production in men between the ages of 20 and 36.

Conclusion: “Tribulus has neither direct nor indirect androgen-increasing properties.”

Study 3: Short term impact of Tribulus terrestris intake on doping control analysis of endogenous steroids.

This was another study into whether Tribulus could cause athletes to test positive for doping. The study was conducted on two volunteers who both consumed 500mg of Tribulus three times per day for two consecutive days.

Conclusion: “Tribulus showed no impact on the endogenous testosterone metabolism of the two subjects.”

Despite Tribulus Terrestris being an ineffective ingredient, there are other helpful ingredients inside Boost.

The second most plentiful ingredient is Fenugreek, which has been shown to have an impact on body composition (it’s important to note that Fenugreek is not a testosterone booster). A study showed that when 500mg of Fenugreek is consumed per day, combined with a correct diet and resistance training, the ingredient showed significant impact on upper and lower body strength when compared to a placebo group (source: PubMed).

Dietspotlight boost also contains a proprietary blend of digestive enzymes, which can act as an appetite stimulant. These ingredients will help you digest and process food faster, which can lead to a boosted appetite and thus weight gain – an effect which is ideal for anyone who is trying to bulk up.

Finally, this product contains Horny Goat Weed, which has widely been reported to help improve sensation and sexual vigor, however there are no official studies that conclude this is a guaranteed effect.

The Pros & Cons Of Dietspotlight Boost

Below is a list of everything we like and dislike about this test booster:

The Pros

  • May help towards body composition and strength.
  • Can potentially boost appetite.
  • Contains digestive enzymes.

The Cons

  • Will not single-handedly boost user testosterone levels.
  • Very expensive product.
  • Green Bracket LLC don’t have the cleanest trading history.
  • Free sample will auto-enroll you into a monthly billing system.
  • Potential amazon review manipulation is being used.
DietProbe Recommends:

What Are The Dietspotlight Boost Ingredients?

We have found the following nutritional information for Dietspotlight Boost via their official website:

Three Capsules Contains: Tribulus Terrestris 650mg, Fenugreek Seed Extract 300mg, Digestive Proteolytic Blend 250mg (Protease 4,5, Protease 3,0, Peptidase, Bromelain, Papain, Protease AM, Neutral Bacteria Protease), Coleus Forskohlii 125mg, Milk Thistle 120mg, Alpha Lipoic Acid 100mg, Eurycoma Longifolia Extract 100mg, Horny Goat Weed 100mg and Black Pepper Extract 15mg.

Non-active ingredients: Vegetable Cellulose, Magnesium Stearate and Silicon Dioxide.

Is Dietspotlight Boost Suitable For Everyone?

This product is suitable for vegetarians and vegans.

Do not use Dietspotlight Boost if you suffer from high blood pressure or heart problems.

If you’re diabetic, ingredients inside this product may interfere with blood sugar levels [1]. Additionally, if you suffer from prostate problems or have prostate cancer, the Tribulus inside this product may worsen conditions [2].

Finally, if you have an allergy to soybeans or peanuts you may also be allergic to Fenugreek [3].

Is Dietspotlight Boost Safe?

Based on our research into each ingredient we have deemed Dietspotlight Boost as appropriately safe for otherwise-healthy users.

What Are The Dietspotlight Boost Side Effects?

We’ve compiled the following potential side effects based on the ingredients inside this formula:

  • Dizziness
  • Vomiting
  • Dry mouth
  • Thirst
  • Nosebleed [1]

Note: these side effects are possible but may not be the typical user experience.

Are There Any Dietspotlight Boost Reviews From Customers?

We have found the following Dietspotlight Boost review testimonials via customers on Amazon:

Husband seems to like it and I can tell a difference in his demeanor. He seems to be feeling better and it shows.

used product as directed, did not have any benefit whatsoever

DietProbe Recommends:

Our Final Verdict On Dietspotlight Boost

To conclude our Dietspotlight Boost review, we are not fully convinced on the effectiveness of this product. It’s not the worst product in the world, but it’s definitely not the greatest we’ve ever seen. It’s by far one of the most expensive test boosters we’ve seen, which is a little disappointing when you factor in that it isn’t really going to boost your testosterone levels.

It can be a helpful supplement for anyone trying to gain weight and boost their strength levels, but it’s not going to send your T-levels sky high or treat disorders like erectile dysfunction, age-related fatigue etc.

Kath Ross, PhD
Kath Ross, PhD
Health Editor & Fact Checker at DietProbe
Kathryn is a Ph.D Health Editor here at DietProbe. She specializes in diabetes and weight control research and in her spare time she's a professional cat lady and wine connoisseur!
Review Date
Reviewed Item
Dietspotlight Boost
Author Rating
31star1star1stargraygray
Close Menu

Fact Checked


This article has been reviewed and fact-checked by a certified nutritionist, and only uses information from credible academic sources.