6 Foods to Help Raise Testosterone

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Testosterone is a key hormone in men that influences overall health. So if it’s low, chances are you aren’t performing at your optimum level.

There are many causes to low testosterone including stress and obesity but typically aging is one of the most common causes. Fortunately, you have many options at your disposal to help get your hormone levels back to par — case in point, your diet. Here are five foods that may help boost your testosterone levels naturally.

Tuna

Whether you eat fresh tuna or straight out of a can, this fish is full of vitamin D. This particular vitamin allows your body to produce more testosterone because it hinders a chemical, called sex hormone-binding globulin. Also known as SHBG, this chemical actually binds itself to testosterone, resulting in low libido levels in men as well as other “male menopause” symptoms.

Lean Meats

Meats high in saturated fat, such as beef prime rib, typically lower testosterone. However, leaner proteins actually encourage testosterone production. Try venison or deer to reach a middle ground between lean and fatty meats.

Eggs

Another strong vitamin D food is eggs. What makes eggs perfect for testosterone production is their natural balance of protein and vitamin D, especially in the albumin. Don’t discount the yolk, however. Although eggs have been touted as unhealthy because of cholesterol in the yolk, moderation is key.

Broccoli

Broccoli is part of the cruciferous family. Because of their high fiber, they fill you up while allowing you to lose weight to increase testosterone. This vegetable also decreases estrogen with consistent consumption.

Oysters

Indulge in some oysters to increase testosterone through zinc consumption. Muscles gain bulk while any injuries heal in a hurry. Zinc also increases sperm production, helping you achieve better sexual performance.

Pomegranates

Pomegranates are loaded with antioxidants as well as fiber; eating this fruit also reduces weight when added to a lifestyle full of well-balanced meals and exercise. Keeping the body healthy allows it to produce testosterone naturally without synthetic medicines.

Add these important foods to your meals today to start promoting testosterone production. You’ll feel and look better in no time.

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  1. Natural Hormone Dr
    Posted February 13, 2014 at 4:25 pm | Permalink

    This is a great article. Many people (including doctors) don’t realize all of the things you can do naturally to help balance your hormones and improve your body’s function.

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