Nature’s Plus Ultra T Male Review

A product by Nature’s Plus2-stars

Positives Negatives
  • Contains Zinc and Magnesium
  • Proprietary Blend
  • Ineffective Ingredients
  • Missing Core Nutrients

Review Overview – What does Nature’s Plus Ultra T Male do?

natures-plus-ultra-t-male-reviewBrought to us by Nature’s Plus, Ultra T Male is a testosterone booster that has been claimed to:

  • Boost Testosterone
  • Increase Energy
  • Improve Sex Drive

But does it really?

We’ve been taking a close look at this supplement, studying the servings, ingredients and science behind it and we’ve been pretty surprised by what we’ve found.

It’s not all good. Take a look:

How are the servings?


There’s only one serving per day in this product – which is not a good start.

With only one serving per day, your testosterone levels will struggle to rise long term.

For the best results you need a testosterone booster that supplies 3 – 4 servings per day. This keeps your levels constantly ‘topped up’ and gives them a lot more support to improve.

You can see which ones do this the best in our shortlist of the top T boosters below:

Top Testosterone Boosters Shortlist –

What about the ingredients in Nature’s Plus Ultra T Male?

Not the best.

The main problem with this product, is the proprietary blends. These mask the true values of all the ingredients used, and stops us from knowing how effective they will be.

On top of that, there are a lot of ineffective ingredients in this product.

Take a look at what we found:ultra-t-male-suppfacts


One of the better minerals out there for promoting free testosterone.

Magnesium reduces the amount of sex hormone binding globulin in your body. This is a protein that binds to testosterone and strips it of its anabolic potency.

With less sex hormone binding globulin, more testosterone can circulate freely in your bloodstream.


Another good mineral, but this time for testosterone production.

Zinc is used for reactions in the brain that promotes the luteinizing hormone (LH).

LH is the precursor to both testosterone and growth hormone.


Another free testosterone promoter.

Fenugreek in directly promote free testosterone by lowering blood sugar, which in turn lowers sex hormone binding globulin.

Grape and Apple extract

Not linked to boosting testosterone, but may have some merit at promoting overall blood flow and circulation.

Tribulus Terrestris

One of the more over rated testosterone boosters.

This nutrient to some extent promotes libido, but no studies have emerged supporting its function in supporting testosterone.


Usually used in curries, contains bioactives but won’t do much for testosterone.

Panax Ginseng

Support libido, and to some extent promote free testosterone by how it effects sex hormone binding globulin.

Garlic extract

May support the immune system, but will not aid testosterone levels.


May promote energy and metabolism levels, again, this amino acid will not support testosterone.

Rhodiola Rosea, L-Histidine and L-Phenylalanine

These nutrients are more commonly used to promote cognition.

They may improve focus, however given the size of the blend they are in the dose may be too low.

Any real effect appears unlikely.


Thought to elevate firewood function, and increase testosterone production. However, there has been no conclusive evidence.

Tongkat Ali/LongJack

Originally thought to be an effective testosterone booster. This turned out to be clever marketing.

There is no evidence for this nutrient boosting testosterone, but it may help improve the BDM there is no evidence for this nutrient boosting testosterone, but it may help improve libido.


This mineral has been seen to increase both testosterone production, and free testosterone.

It may even in some cases, lower estrogen levels.natures-plus-ultra-t-male-main-image

Overall there are a few good ingredients in this product. However, the majority that are effective, are part of a proprietary blend, which damages the reliability of this supplement.

We don’t know how effective each ingredient is.

The only real key players here are the zinc, magnesium, fenugreek and boron.

If you want to know what you should be looking for in a testosterone booster, check out our top ingredients page linked below:

Best T-Booster Ingredients

Side Effects

There have been no side-effects reported with Nature’s Plus Ultra T Male.

Is there anything better out there?


We’ve been compiling a shortlist of the best testosterone boosters on the market that:

  • Increase Energy Levels
  • Ramp Up Sex Drive
  • Promote Muscle Mass
  • Reduce Fat

These are the testosterone boosters that contain the best ingredients, have the best servings and full of clinically backed studies to prove their worth.

You can check them all out in the link below:

Our Top Rated T-Boosters

Nature’s Plus Ultra T Male Review Conclusion

On the whole, this isn’t the best testosterone booster we’ve come across, far from it.

There are several problems that we’ve found with Ultra T Male, that make it clear that this shouldn’t be your first choice.

Here’s what you need to know:

  • Poor Servings – There’s only one serving a day, this means you’re testosterone levels have to wait 24 hours to get a recharge
  • Proprietary Blend – We don’ know the dosages of most of the ingredients used
  • Missing Core Nutrient – No vitamin D3, D-Aspartic Acid or Oyster Extract

As you can see, a lot of changes need to be made, and if you’re still looking for a T-Booster, there are better choices out there.

To see what we’re recommending at the moment for the most effective and safest results, check out our current #1 below:

What we're using at the moment - Prime Male

We've been using Prime Male for the last few months and declared it the #1 Testosterone Booster for Low T

It contains all the top testosterone boosting nutrients and is generously dosed.

Read our full review below

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