AML Ecdysterone: The primary reason ecdysterone supplements (and ecdysteroids, in general) have received increasing amounts of interest in recent years is due to their anabolic (pro-muscle building properties). Researchers have investigated how ecdysterone is able to promote anabolism while at the same time not significantly impacting hormone levels in the body. Ecdysteroids are the androgens of insects that play a key role in both growth and reproduction. They share structural similarities to testosterone and are viewed as the most similar “testosterone-like” compound active in arthropods. Each capsule of AML Ecdysterone also includes 2,000IU Vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol). Vitamin D3 is a fat-soluble vitamin that serves a number of roles in the body including cell growth, neuromuscular function, and immune function. It also helps combat inflammation, and most pertinent to our purposes here, supports the synthesis of numerous steroid hormones in the body, including testosterone.
AML TEST: D-Aspartic acid, Tribulus terrestris, stinging nettle, saw palmetto, maca root extract, damiana leaf extract, indole 3-carbinol and 3,3-diindolylmethane (DIM) are not present in AML TEST because of lack of published, scientific human research supporting increased free or total testosterone in humans.* Also, purified supplements of indole-3-carbinol and DIM are shown to be phytoestrogens, anti-androgens (blocking androgen receptors) and endocrine disruptors. They shouldn’t be taken as dietary supplements if you want to support testosterone function! If you want to get your health benefits from these compounds, then play it safe and eat your cruciferous vegetables such as broccoli, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts or asparagus.