AlphaFen® Fenugreek Seed Extract
SEXUAL HEALTH & WELLBEING ● TESTOSTERONE SUPPORT ● REDUCED ESTRADIOL ● SEXUAL FUNCTION ● Strength
AlphaFen® fenugreek supplement is a next generation, novel Fenugreek Seed extract with 4-10x the bioactives, sapogenins and saponins.
Utilizing proprietary production technologies and a custom liposomal carrier delivery system, AlphaFen® achieves superior benefits, smaller dosing, enhanced bioavailability and solubility to support male health. AlphaFen® is supported by a double blind, placebo-controlled study on healthy, active adult males.
AlphaFen® has demonstrated the ability to promote sexual health, hormone balance including testosterone and estrogen, as well as strength, mood and sleep.
Not all fenugreek seed extracts are created equal, many of them don’t supply concentrated levels of specific sapogenins and saponins—the active compounds clinically shown to help optimize hormonal health, and deliver other health benefits for healthy aging and quality of life.
Through cutting-edge technology and a unique delivery form, AlphaFen® is designed to unleash fenugreek’s full potential for optimal consumer benefits. It’s the first fenugreek extract that is soluble in liquids, inviting a broader range of applications and product innovations.
Sourced from non-GMO fenugreek seeds, AlphaFen® features our liposomal delivery technology for enhanced bioavailability. Results start after 4 weeks and continue to increase at least up to 8 weeks.
See What AlphaFen® Can Do for Your Customers—
In a clinical trial with subjects ingesting 400mg or 500mg of AlphaFen® once a day for eight weeks showed:
- Improved Sexual Health
- Increase in Strength
- Decreased Anxiety
- Improved Quality of Sleep
- Decreased Estradiol (500mg only, unpublished data)
- Increased Total and Free Testosterone (unpublished data)
AlphaFen® is clinically studied in healthy, active male adults
- No side effects shown or reported in 8 week clinical study
- No adverse events detected in 15 day safety animal
- Multi dosing toxicology study