george asks:

I may be interested in purchasing Superfood. Is it a good substitute for a men’s multi vitamin? I read that one the ingredients lowers testosterone. Is that true? Thank you.

<a href=""target=“new”>Superfood can replace most multi-vitamin formulas. The store page has all the details. (Just click that link.) Superfood was created in part because many “greens” type products on the market were filled will allergens, ingredients that may lower testosterone, or just ingredients that don’t do anything. Superfood contains:

Wild Blueberry (1.5% anthocyanin)

Orange (40% vitamin C)

Raspberry (20% allagic acid, 0.7% anthocyanins)


Acai Berry (1.5% total phenolic acids, 1% anthocyanins)

Coffee Berry (50% total phenolic acids)

Goji Berry

Pomegranate (40% ellagic acid)

Broccoli Sprout (5000 ppm sulforophane)


Spinach (700 ppm lutein)

Wasabi (20% glucosinolates)

Wild Yam (20% diosgenin)

Green Tea (95% total polyphenols, 65% total catechins, 40% EGCG)



Passion fruit

Watermelon (1000 ppm lycopene)

Biotest’s Superfood contains:

No added sweetener, natural or artificial
No food coloring
No added flavoring
No allergy-inducing grasses
No Testosterone-lowering herbs (ie, licorice and bilberry)
No seaweed, algae, or other faddish ingredients
No added chemicals of any kind.

You know what, I just realized this after many bottles of Superfood and reading the above label^ by CS. Isn’t there a misprint for the word sulforaphane?

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Disclaimer: Individual results may vary.