Unsure about what foods you should be eating to increase your testosterone levels naturally?
It’s not your fault.
There’s more misinformation about nutrition and food than ever before… it’s seemingly impossible to truly know what you should and shouldn’t be eating to benefit your health and T-production…
The following 7 foods contain minerals, vitamins, and compounds that have been scientifically proven to increase testosterone productions in humans.
Ever hear about resveratrol? If not, that’s totally fine. One of the most prominent benefits of resveratrol is its ability to significantly boost the strength of male sperm. You’ll need more than five grams of grape skins to produce enough resveratrol to significantly increase the strength of your sperm, but don’t worry – eating more than that won’t adversely affect your health and you can also supplement with a quality grape seed extract.
Raisins are an amazing source of fructose, resveratrol, and boron.
Simple sugars, like fructose, have been shown to lower SHBG levels, which is great for your testosterone levels.
SHBG binds to free testosterone rendering it inactive within the body and does not allow it to bind to your androgen receptors (this binding process is what causes the masculinizing effects of testosterone that every man wants).
Therefore, lowering SHBG levels in your body increases the bioavailability of free-testosterone.
Resveratrol, a powerful antioxidant found in raisins, has been linked to increased testosterone levels and lowered estrogen levels.
Lastly, raisins are a high-quality source of boron, which has been linked to increased testosterone in several scientific studies.
Raisins are one of my go-to snacks to help support and increase testosterone production within the body.
Eggs are one of the best sources for high-quality cholesterol and they also contain many testosterone friendly nutrients like; vitamin B12, vitamin B5, vitamin B2, vitamin A, selenium, and folate. Eggs are also one of the top choices for people who work out all the time because of their high-quality protein content. The two of these factors together make eggs essential for the manliest men. A lot of men like to eat their eggs raw, which is fine with us. This allows you to consume a lot of eggs quite quickly. However, eating too many eggs can cause health problems, so restrict this practice to once or twice a week.
4.Broccoli and other cruciferous vegetables:
Yep, there’s even more reasons to make sure that you eat your broccoli. In regards to hormonal health, this is because broccoli and vegetables in the cruciferous family contain high amounts of indole-3-carbinol. Indole-3-carbinol has been shown to reduce the levels of estrogen in the body for both men and women. This can be particularly useful for anyone who is at risk of estrogen dominance because it can restore a balance between these two sex hormones.
5.Cabbage to flush out female hormones
King of the veg patch, cabbage is full of a chemical called indole-3-carbinol, which rids your blood of girly hormones. Healthy men took 500mg daily for a week at Rockefeller University; their oestrogen levels halved, making testosterone more effective. It’s time to become more of a man at meal times.
These jack-o’-lantern castoffs are a good source of zinc, a mineral that plays a role in thousands of different enzymatic reactions in the body, including those involved in testosterone production. It’s no major surprise, then, that a study published in “Nutrition” found that men with inadequate zinc intake had lower testosterone concentrations.
Sneak more testosterone-boosting pumpkin seeds into your diet by adding them to oatmeal, yogurt, and salads, and even blitz them into your protein shakes.
Get more zinc: Oysters, crab, turkey, chicken, steak, wheat germ, sesame seeds, cashews, lentils.
This rather smelly but tasty cheese has T-boosting benefits. The microbes that create the distinctive blue cheese flavor can help enhance the body’s own gut microflora.
Blue cheese microbes include lactic acid bacteria and Bifidobacteria. There are also live enzymes and other helpful compounds that all support healthy T levels.
The probiotics (microbes) in blue cheese help protect cells from the damaging effects of certain toxic compounds such as organophosphorus pesticides, bisphenol A, heavy metals and perchlorate, that all have T-lowering effects. Some act as estrogenic agents that can lead to higher estrogen levels and consequent lower testosterone levels.