Boost testosterone naturally

In recent years a diagnosis has become more and more common: hypogonadism, also known as low T, and usually named testosterone low level. Studies show that about a quarter of the men tested for low testosterone have levels below normal.

On the one hand, testosterone low level is caused by an aging population, on a global level.

But, what is testosterone and why does it decline?

We like to say that testosterone is what put hair on a man’s chest. It is actually a hormone which in men’s bodies is found in a higher quantity. It starts to decline after a man celebrates his 30th birthday.

How low is too low when we are talking about testosterone?

A man’s testosterone level is determined by a specific blood test. The bottom of a man’s normal total testosterone range is about 300 nanograms per deciliter (ng/dL). The upper limit is about 800ng/dL depending on the lab.

The diagnosis is given by a doctor but the treatments are various.

Natural foods to boost testosterone

  1. Potatoes

Carbs are very important for a healthy testosterone production, therefore you can, and should eat any kind potatoes as a part of your boosting testosterone diet.

  1. Macadamia nuts

Macadamia nuts contain healthy fats wich are wonderful solutions if you want to increase your testosterone levels.

  1. Coffee

You enjoyed your coffee this morning? Well, that’s great because it also helped you to boost your testosterone, in a natural way.

  1. Extra virgin olive oil

Believe it or not, there is a study that says that morrocan men changed to extra virgin oil as their main source of fat and their testosterone level increased by 17%, in just 2 weeks.

  1. Raisins

It’s the best idea to make your own testosterone boosting snack, using raisins, macadamia nuts, and brazil nuts.

  1. Ginger

You can find this spice in every kitchen, but now you know that it can be used to many other important things than just to add flavor in your food.

  1. Raw cacao products

Raw cacao and cocoa are testosterone boosting super foods.

  1. Eggs

Eggs are known to be “the perfect protein” because they contain an almost perfect balance of amino acids.They also contain cholesterol, which is the direct precursor of testosterone.

  1. Argan oil

Exactly like olive oil, argan oil is anti-inflammatory and has a lot of antioxidants. It also contains good fatty-acid ratios for T production.

  1. Avocados

Avocados are loaded with healthy fats and vitamin E and that makes them great food that boosts testosterone naturally.

  1. Mushrooms

Mushrooms, especially white ones, naturally block the enzyme with converts testosterone into estrogen.

  1. Yogurt

There is evidence proving that prebiotics, probiotics, live enzymes and other kinds of friendly bacteria could have a positive impact on testosterone levels.

  1. Minced meat

The next time you visit your local grocery store, buy some minced meat. It will help you with your low T.

  1. Pomegranates

There are recent studies that show an impressive improvement in testosterone levels, after eating pomegranates for 2 or 3 weeks. On top of that, pomegranates taste so good.

  1. Blue cheese

Just like yogurt, blue cheese is also full of friendly bacteria.

  1. Coconut oil

This is mostly saturated fat and fits well to the optimal testosterone boosting fatty acid ratio.

  1. Organic bacon

We are sure that you like bacon, but did you know it is packed with high-quality animal protein, cholesterol and testosterone boosting saturated fats?

  1. Onions

There are not specific information on the hormonal effects of onions but they are loaded with antioxidants, some of them are potentially testosterone boosting.

  1. Garlic

If you can’t pass the fact that garlic gives you a foul breath, you should know that it also make an efficient pre-workout booster.

  1. Oysters

They are one of the best choices, being absolutely full of zinc, magnesium, selenium, copper and vitamin D, all crucial for testosterone production.

Other examples of natural foods to boost testosterone: brazil nuts, parsley, real salt, baking soda, dark berries.

What will you eat next?


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