DAILIES / daily nutritional supplement
Created by doctors, backed by science.
You can’t get this blend anywhere else—five active ingredients backed by studies showing improvement in at least one area of male virility. Plus one main ingredient for overall health.
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Testosterone Support Dailies manufactured by NutraScience in USA.
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Who is this for?
These supplements are for anyone who wants to support their own body’s natural function. Testosterone is a sex hormone thought to regulate sex drive, bone mass, muscle mass, and the production of red blood cells and sperm.
This is not for men diagnosed with low-testosterone. If you think you may be experiencing a hormone deficiency, please talk to a doctor in person.
These supplements come in monthly and quarterly shipments of pre-packaged daily doses. Monthly plans are $35/mo. (billed and shipped monthly) and quarterly plans are $29/mo. (billed and shipped 3 months at a time).
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How to use
Take one pack daily (4 tablets). Always take these supplements with a full meal.
For those with a sensitive stomach, we recommend splitting the daily dose into 2 tablets with lunch and 2 tablets with dinner.
What is testosterone?
Testosterone is a steroid hormone that is present in the bodies of both men and women, although men have higher concentrations of it. Testosterone is made in the testes, ovaries, and adrenal glands and is derived from cholesterol. It is primarily responsible for the development of the male reproductive system and also plays a role in body hair growth, muscle mass, fat distribution, voice depth, and libido. In the body, some testosterone is converted into dihydrotestosterone, which plays a role in prostate enlargement and baldness, and estradiol, which is a type of estrogen.
What causes low testosterone?
It is normal for testosterone levels to decrease with age. This can be a result of declining testicular function as well as modifiable lifestyle factors, like how much you are exercising. However, some men have low testosterone independent of this age-related decline. And while there are many possible causes for low testosterone (alcohol abuse, diabetes, genetic disorders, metabolic disorders, medications, trauma, etc.), some men may never discover what is causing it in them. Low testosterone is a medical condition that should be treated with the guidance of a healthcare professional.
What are the symptoms of low testosterone?
There are a variety of symptoms you may be experiencing that could indicate you have low testosterone. Having little interest in sex or having difficulty getting or maintaining an erection are two of the sexual symptoms related to low testosterone. However, there are also more nonspecific symptoms such as low energy, depression, decreased muscle mass, increased fat mass, and decreased body hair. If you have any of these symptoms, you should talk to your healthcare provider about whether you may be suffering from low testosterone.
How do I know if I have low testosterone?
If you think you may have low testosterone, you should talk to a healthcare provider. Your healthcare provider will likely ask many questions to find out more about your medical history, your risk factors, and your symptoms. A blood test can then diagnose whether or not you have low testosterone. Your testosterone levels change throughout the day and are generally highest in the morning, so it is likely that your healthcare provider will ask you to do the blood test between 8:00am and 10:00am, and that they will do this twice to confirm the diagnosis. Once you have the results, your healthcare provider will be able to counsel you on the next best steps for you. If you do have low testosterone, your healthcare provider may try to figure out the cause or may suggest treating you with testosterone replacement therapy or other therapies to increase testosterone levels.
Why did Roman choose the ingredients in Roman’s Testosterone Support supplement?
Roman’s Testosterone Support supplement is a mix of six main ingredients, including vitamin D3, zinc, magnesium, copper, ashwagandha, and maca. Roman chose these ingredients because five of them have individually been shown to have beneficial effects in some studies (the sixth, copper, does not have these effects but is recommended to be taken in combination with high doses of zinc supplementation). These beneficial effects include improving sexual functioning, increasing libido, improving semen quality, and raising testosterone levels. In some cases, the evidence is limited because studies have only been done in vitro, in animals, or in small human clinical trials. And in other cases, these effects were only noted in men who had specific vitamin deficiencies. All six ingredients are generally well tolerated and some are important for overall health as well. And in some cases, like with vitamin D, evidence suggests that a significant portion of the society is deficient and could benefit from supplementation. One older study also found that hospitalized patients have a high rate of magnesium deficiency. Roman’s Testosterone Support supplement isn’t intended to treat low testosterone and isn’t a substitute for treatments prescribed by your healthcare provider.
How and why did Roman change the formula in the Testosterone Support supplement?
Roman made three changes to the Testosterone Support supplement:
- The dose of magnesium was decreased from 400 mg per day to 350 mg per day. This change may help reduce the risk of developing side effects such as abdominal pain, nausea, and diarrhea.
- The dose of ashwagandha was increased from 300 mg per day to 600 mg per day. This new dose more closely matches the doses that were used in studies analyzing ashwagandha’s effects on muscle strength and testosterone. In addition, the form of ashwagandha used in the supplements was changed to KSM-66® organic ashwagandha root extract. This new form delivers a higher percentage of withanolides, which are thought to be the active compounds in ashwagandha.
- Copper was added to the formula as a sixth main ingredient. While copper is not known to have effects on testosterone or male virility, copper supplementation is sometimes paired with zinc supplementation to reduce the chance of developing a copper deficiency and to support overall health.
Why is copper included in Roman’s Testosterone Support supplement?
Copper is one of six main ingredients in Roman’s Testosterone Support supplement. However, unlike the five other main ingredients, copper has not been shown to have effects on testosterone or other aspects of male virility. The reason copper is included in Roman’s Testosterone Support supplement is to help reduce the risk of developing a copper deficiency. The supplement contains 30 mg per day of zinc and taking high levels of zinc intake can reduce the amount of copper that is absorbed in the intestines. To help prevent this from occurring, some supplements that contain zinc also include copper.
How did we determine the dose of magnesium in Roman’s Testosterone Support supplement?Some things never change, but our bodies do
Roman’s Testosterone Support supplement contains 350 mg per day of magnesium. This amount provides as much magnesium as possible per daily dose without exceeding the Tolerable Upper Intake Level of magnesium. This reduces the risk of experiencing side effects such as abdominal pain, nausea, and diarrhea.
It is recommended that men aged 19–30 consume 400 mg per day of magnesium and men ages >30 consume 420 mg per day of magnesium. However, consuming more than 350 mg per day through supplements may increase the risk of side effects. It is recommended that the remaining 50–70 mg per day come from food.
How does this supplement compare to other testosterone support supplements I can buy?
There are many different supplements on the market that advertise that they support healthy testosterone levels in men. While some individual ingredients may overlap between Roman’s Testosterone Support supplement and other brands, not all formulations are exactly the same. All six ingredients and their dosages in Roman’s supplement were individually selected and specifically chosen.
Roman’s Testosterone Support supplement was not tested against or compared to any other products. Roman makes no claims about how this pack will affect your body compared to other testosterone support supplements.
Will Roman’s Testosterone Support supplement increase my levels of testosterone?
Roman’s Testosterone Support supplement is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. The supplement has not been tested in any clinical trials and there is no guarantee that taking the supplement will lead to an increase of testosterone in your body. Moreover, the supplement itself is not testosterone nor is it a precursor to testosterone. Rather, the supplement is made of plants, vitamins, and minerals that have been shown to naturally raise testosterone levels or otherwise impact the sexual health of men in some studies at certain dosages when tested individually.
If you do suffer from low testosterone, this supplement is not a treatment for your condition. You should talk to your healthcare provider about the best next steps in treatment. You may require treatment with testosterone replacement therapy or a different intervention.
Will Roman’s Testosterone Support supplement improve my stamina and performance during sex?
Roman’s Testosterone Support supplement is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. The supplement has not been tested in any clinical trials and there is no guarantee that taking the supplement will lead to an improvement in your sexual stamina or functioning. While some of the ingredients in Roman’s Testosterone Support supplement have individually been shown to improve libido and sexual functioning in men in some studies, this specific supplement has not been tested. That being said, some men may find that their stamina and performance during sex do improve after taking this supplement.
How should I take Roman’s Testosterone Support supplement?
Roman’s Testosterone Support supplement is intended to be taken daily. Each individual packet contains four tablets, each containing a mixture of all six ingredients. You may take all four tablets at once or you can take them in divided doses throughout the day. To facilitate the absorption of vitamin D, it is recommended that you take the supplement with food.
To assess tolerability, you may want to begin by taking one to two tablets per day. Depending on the side effects you may be experiencing (if any), you can then gradually work your way up to the full dose.
Can I take more than four tablets per day?
It is not recommended that you take more than four tablets of Roman’s Testosterone Support supplement per day. Doing so may increase your chance of experiencing side effects and may even be dangerous for your health. The Institute of Medicine publishes the Tolerable Upper Intake Levels (UL) for many nutrients. The UL indicates the “maximum daily intake unlikely to cause adverse health effects” for these nutrients. Four of the ingredients in Roman’s Testosterone Support supplement (vitamin D, zinc, magnesium, and copper) have published ULs. Taking more than the recommended four tablets per day may, therefore, increase your chances of experiencing side effects. Additionally, this supplement should not be taken in combination with other supplements that contain vitamin D, zinc, magnesium, or copper.
Can I take Roman’s Testosterone Support supplement in combination with other supplements offered by Roman?
Taking Roman’s Testosterone Support supplement in combination with Roman’s Bone Health supplement or Roman’s Heart Health supplement exceeds the upper limit of magnesium that should be consumed through supplements each day. This increases your chance of experiencing adverse side effects such as abdominal pain, diarrhea, and nausea.
What do I do if I accidentally miss a dose?
If you accidentally miss a dose, you can either take it when you remember or you can wait until the next day to resume the supplement. It does not matter what time of day you take the supplement. However, to avoid going over the Tolerable Upper Intake Levels for vitamin D, zinc, magnesium, and copper, you should not take more than four tablets in a 24-hour period.
What are the side effects of Roman’s Testosterone Support supplement?
Roman’s Testosterone Support supplement has not been tested to establish a side effect profile. However, based on the individual ingredients in the supplement, possible side effects include altered menstrual cycles, altered mood, cramping, difficulty sleeping, drowsiness, fatigue, gastrointestinal discomfort, and loose stools. Rarer, but more serious side effects may also occur. If you are experiencing worrisome symptoms, stop taking the supplement immediately and speak to your healthcare provider.
Is Roman’s Testosterone Support supplement safe for everybody?
The individual ingredients in Roman’s Testosterone Support supplement are generally well tolerated. However, there are certain people who should refrain from use or should use caution due to possible interactions with medical conditions or medications. People with Wilson disease should not take supplements that contain copper. Pregnant women and men with hormone-sensitive prostate cancer should not take this supplement. Additionally, individuals with autoimmune diseases (e.g. systemic lupus erythematosus, multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis), kidney disease, or low blood pressure should talk to their healthcare provider first and should use caution when taking this product. Roman’s Testosterone Support supplement may also interact with certain medications and should be used with caution by anybody taking antibiotics, anticonvulsants, barbiturates, benzodiazepines, bisphosphonates, cholestyramine, corticosteroids, diuretics, immunosuppressive medications, orlistat, penicillamine, proton pump inhibitors, or thyroid medications. If you have a health condition or are taking medication and have questions about whether Roman’s Testosterone Support supplement is safe for you, talk with your healthcare provider before taking the supplement.
Can women take Roman’s Testosterone Support supplement?
It is safe for women to take Roman’s Testosterone Support supplement. However, the supplement is potentially dangerous during pregnancy, so women of child-bearing age should avoid taking the supplement unless they know they are not pregnant. Additionally, many of the benefits this supplement is designed for (improved sexual function, increased libido, improved semen quality, and higher testosterone levels) have only ever been tested in men, so it is unclear what the effects of this supplement may be in women.
Is Roman’s Testosterone Support supplement vegetarian or vegan?
Roman’s Testosterone Support supplement is vegetarian. Roman’s Testosterone Support supplement is not vegan. The vitamin D3 that Roman uses is derived from lanolin, which comes from sheep’s wool. If you adhere to a strict vegan diet, do not take Roman’s Testosterone Support supplement.
How soon after starting Roman’s Testosterone Support supplement will I see results?
Roman’s Testosterone Support supplement has not been tested in clinical trials and it is unknown how quickly users who benefit from taking the supplement will see results. It is likely that individual users will begin feeling the effects of supplementation at different times from one another. Some people may not feel any differently even if the supplement is having an effect.
When the individual ingredients were tested in studies, some study participants began seeing effects in as little as four weeks. However, other studies followed participants for months to years before the benefits of treatment were quantified.
If you have a marked deficiency of vitamin D, zinc, or magnesium, it is possible you will start feeling the effects of supplementation even sooner than four weeks.
If I stop taking Roman’s Testosterone Support supplement, will my body still be able to make testosterone?
One concern with taking testosterone replacement therapy is that the artificially introduced testosterone can suppress the body’s drive to create its own natural testosterone. As a result, when testosterone replacement therapy is abruptly stopped, there may be a period of time that the body is producing less testosterone than it is capable of.
Roman’s Testosterone Support supplement works differently in the body than testosterone replacement therapy. Roman’s Testosterone Support supplement contains specific nutrients that are thought to naturally support testosterone production. The support pack does not contain testosterone and will not suppress the body’s production of testosterone the way that taking testosterone replacement therapy will. However, if you have an underlying vitamin D, zinc, or magnesium deficiency, you may recognize that symptoms of those deficiencies return after stopping this supplement.
How else can I support healthy testosterone levels in my body?
The best way to support testosterone levels in the body is to stay as healthy as possible overall. Eating a healthy diet, getting regular exercise, maintaining a healthy body weight, and sleeping enough each day are all ways to make sure your body is functioning at its peak. If you have low testosterone because of a medical condition, working with your healthcare provider to treat the underlying condition may be the best way to improve your levels. If you have low testosterone as a side effect of a medication you are taking, talk to your healthcare provider about your concerns to see if switching to an alternative medication could be right for you.