One the official website, there’s information relating to the “science” behind the ingredients. What’s missing is research support the claims. After a bit of digging, we located studies showing the opposite of what the company stated. According to the School of Science & Health, University of Western Sydney, “the present study has demonstrated that 3 −1 of d-aspartic acid was inadequate to affect any hormonal markers and that 6 −1 significantly reduced total testosterone and free testosterone levels.” At DietSpotlight, solid science is imperative. If the evidence doesn’t support the available information and in fact paints a different picture, we walk away from it.