Could Boosting Testosterone Safely Be as Simple as Opening Your Fridge? New Research Says “Yes!” (Details Below)…
This guide is going to show you 5 foods–some of which may surprise you–that are proven by science to boost testosterone levels.
Because for many of us, having more testosterone is a good thing.
Higher testosterone levels often mean higher confidence, higher sex drive, and higher motivation in men.
Unfortunately, however, many men in our modern society have low testosterone levels.
So, what’s a man to do?
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Well, one thing you can do is eat foods that boost testosterone.
Each of these foods has been shown to boost testosterone, and may be especially helpful for older men with declining testosterone levels.
So, without further ado, let’s get into the science!
1) Egg Yolks
While many people are concerned about cholesterol levels rising, the latest science shows that you actually need fat in your diet.
In fact, saturated fat is one of the building blocks of testosterone, so without it, your body won’t be able to build the testosterone levels that you need.
According to a recent paper published by The American Physiological Society Journal, not only does your body NEED fat, but it’s highly correlated with testosterone levels:
“In this study, MUFA (g ⋅ 1,000 kcal−1 ⋅ day−1) and SFA (g ⋅ 1,000 kcal−1 ⋅ day−1) were the strongest predictors of T, accounting for 62 and 59% of the shared variance in T concentrations, respectively. These findings are particularly important for athletes training intensely who may experience a decline in T concentrations due to overtraining.”
In short, the old myth of eggs being bad for you is just flat out wrong. If you want to boost your testosterone levels, try having a few extra eggs each week (and keep the yolks).
While many individuals aren’t a fan of sea food, we know for a fact that the powerful nutrient zinc, found abundantly in oysters, has a very positive effect on testosterone levels.
In fact, one study conducted by the Department of Internal Medicine, at Wayne State University School of Medicine, in Detroit, Michigan, found the following:
“Zinc supplementation of marginally zinc-deficient normal elderly men for six months resulted in an increase in serum testosterone from 8.3 +/- 6.3 to 16.0 +/- 4.4 nmol/L (p = 0.02). We conclude that zinc may play an important role in modulating serum testosterone levels in normal men.”
In other words, the researchers found that older men who took zinc for six months, boosted their testosterone levels by almost 200%. That’s pretty impressive, isn’t it?
(By the way, there are some slightly more “exotic” foods that have been proven to boost blood flow to your extremities, which can give you an even more powerful boost in the bedroom… click here to see what they are.)
Again, many people think that fat is a bad thing, but not only is it safe when taken in moderation, but it’s absolutely essential for numerous biological functions.
According to Healthline, beef can be bad when it’s taken in excess. It still does, however, have many vital nutrients, which are important for bodily processes:
“Still, some cuts of beef have nutrients that can boost testosterone. Beef liver is an exceptional source of vitamin D, while ground beef and chuck roast contain zinc.”
As we said before, zinc is an incredibly powerful way to boost testosterone, meaning that not only can you get the vitamin D from ground beef, but the testosterone boosting zinc, as well.
Many people don’t like vegetables, but this is definitely one that you don’t want to skip out on eating.
Broccoli is rich in nutrients like vitamin C, potassium, and antioxidants, but it’s also a great way to lower estrogen, the enemy of testosterone.
Estrogen is to women what testosterone is to men – so if you can lower your estrogen levels, then by all means, you should absolutely do so. Broccoli is one great way to do this.
According to a study conducted by the Institute for Hormone Research in New York, NY, researchers found that broccoli consumption drastically reduced estrogen:
“Indole-3-carbinol (I3C), obtained from cruciferous vegetables (e.g., cabbage, broccoli, etc.), is a known inducer of oxidative P-450 metabolism in animals… We also measured the urinary excretion of two key estrogen metabolites, 2-hydroxyestrone (2OHE1) and estriol (E3). We found that the excretion of 2OHE1 relative to that of E3 was significantly increased by I3C, further confirming the ongoing induction of 2-hydroxylation.”
To put it in layman’s terms, men who consumed broccoli had a huge drop in estrogen levels, which can indirectly help boost testosterone levels. So, eat up!
5) Fatty Fish
Everyone’s heard of the benefits of omega 3 fish oils, but did you know that research shows us it can actually help boost serum testosterone levels?
In a research paper published by the Department of Applied Biological Chemistry, at the Graduate School of Agricultural Science in Nara City, Japan, researchers stated the following:
“Testicular testosterone increased in both experimental conditions but serum testosterone increased only in the dietary administration group… In conclusion, we demonstrated the effects of fish oil on testosterone metabolism in mice and the characteristic distribution of the EPA-containing PC in the testicular interstitium.”
To put it simply, the consumption of fish oil led to an increase in testosterone levels.
So, if you want to boost your testosterone levels, consider having fish like salmon and tuna.
And if you want to experience the benefits of these foods even faster… and get the most out of them that you possibly can…
Studies recommend doing this too:
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Eating more of these foods certainly will help increase your testosterone… though there’s one “silent factor” I haven’t addressed yet:
Because blood flow tends to decline with age (especially if you’re over 35)…
If your heart isn’t pumping testosterone-rich blood all the way down to your extremities… where it matters most…
… then you probably won’t see much of a difference *down there*.. regardless of what you eat.
(Note: Low blood flow is also linked to a number of other issues many guys think is “just part of getting old”… including lower energy levels… more brain fog… and a lagging libido… just to name a few)
And while you can’t really just go to the doctor and be like, “What’s up doc, let me get some blood flow boosters please…”
Fortunately, there ARE some easy steps you can take to boost your blood flow right away… without spending hours in the gym to strengthen your heart… or taking potentially dangerous prescription drugs.
Which means when you follow these steps… you’ll not only increase your body’s ability to use this new testosterone…
But you’ll also probably see results a lot faster… including:
- Firmer erections, that look bigger… (like a balloon bursting with water, instead of a flimsy wet noodle)…
- More “random” erections throughout the day…
- And even bigger loads… (hot girls go nuts for that haha)…
It’s a win-win… and an absolute no-brainer in my opinion:
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