We currently only ship to the UK, US and Canada. We are working hard to make shipping to other locations available in the near future.
Yes. If you are not satisfied, you may return your order for a full refund within 30 days of purchase. See our returns policy for more information.
Yes. ATS is completely legal and contains no synthetic or banned substances.
All of our products are manufactured in GMP, ISO 22000 and ISO 9001 certified facilities in the UK.
There is no requirement to take ATS alongside a meal. However, as with all supplements, if you have a particularly sensitive stomach (e.g. IBS) taking the capsules with food may alleviate any potential sensitivities on the stomach.
ATS should be taken everyday for at least 1 month to feel the full benefits. This is because much of the clinical literature regarding the positive effects of our ingredients were conducted over the course of at least 1 month.
Yes, Atlas Total Support (ATS) can be taken by women. All ingredients within ATS are widely taken by women for the same purpose, hormonal balance and stress reduction. We market towards men which is why the emphasis is placed on testosterone support. For women who are pregnant, we advise that you should speak to your GP or healthcare professional before you begin taking any supplements.
Many companies neglect D-aspartic acid's role as a potential excitotoxin (causes neuron damage) when ingested at high doses , . This is why it is not used.
Tribulus terrestris, yohimbine, maca, horny goat weed, and ginkgo biloba have very little clinical backing to support their effectiveness and they have also been reported to cause mood changes, anxiety, hallucinations and addiction in a number of cases ,. This is why we don't use them.
If you are taking other medication, we advise that you speak to your GP or healthcare professional before you begin taking any supplements.
Generally, yes. However, if your other supplements contain ingredients also used in ATS, then check that the total amount you are consuming per day falls at or below the safe upper limit. Again it is always recommended that you speak to your GP before commencing a new supplement.