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(STUDYFINDS) — If you’ve visited a health or fitness supplement store recently you’ve probably seen testosterone boosters, or “T-boosters,” for sale. These supplements are marketed as a natural way for men to gain muscle and increase their libido, but new research finds that these supplements have little to no real scientific evidence to support their claims.

Researchers from the University of Southern California say that the marketing departments for numerous brands of supplements are taking serious liberties.

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