Additionally, men who had low vitamin D levels at the beginning of the trial were more likely to have low levels of testosterone and related hormones. This suggests that users should be skeptical of multivitamins and other supplements that promise to boost testosterone. A person should talk to their doctor before taking any testosterone boosting supplements.
"In the right person, testosterone can help a lot," says men's health specialist Dr. Alex Pastuszak, but he admits that it isn't the cure-all the advertisements lead you to believe. Most of Dr. Pastuszak's patients will come in with complaints of low sex drive and general fatigue. They can't seem to power through a day and find themselves tired by lunch time.