Daily Nutritional Supplement
Testosterone Support

Created by doctors, backed by science. Every active ingredient is backed by studies showing benefits in at least one area of male virility.

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52% of Roman members surveyed said they’re interested in taking a testosterone support supplement. It’s our mission to provide safe and accessible options for the products people are interested in. That’s why we formulated our own supplements with transparent sourcing and scientifically- backed ingredients you can trust.

Who is this for?

Anyone who wants to support their own body’s natural function. Testosterone is a sex hormone that regulates 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 healthcare professional in person.

What’s inside?

Simple, transparent active ingredients. Always.
5 carefully sourced and science-backed active ingredients.

Vitamin D3

Over 39% of Americans are deficient in Vitamin D.

Zinc

Worldwide, 17% of people are at risk of not getting enough Zinc.

Magnesium

48% of Americans don’t get enough magnesium from food.

Maca

A staple food in Peru.

Ashwagandha

A plant traditionally used in Ayurvedic medicine.

FAQ

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.