7 Testosterone-Boosting Foods

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Around the age of 30, a man’s testosterone levels begin to dip and continue to decline with age. This can lead to loss of libido, erectile dysfunction, low mood and problems with concentration and memory. Give your manliness a boost by adding these 7 testosterone-boosting foods to the menu!

1. Cruciferous Vegetables


Eat more cruciferous vegetables like broccoli, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, arugula, watercress, turnip greens, collard greens, rutabaga, radishes, daikon, kohlrabi and kale. All of these have phytochemicals that can lower bad estrogens and potentially lessen their negative impact on testosterone levels.

2. Egg Yolks


Eggs are considered as the perfect protein. They contain a nearly perfect balance of amino-acids for human needs. They also have a good fatty-acid ratio for testosterone production.

3. Garlic


Garlic boosts testosterone when combined with a high-protein diet for a month. Garlic contains the chemical diallyl disulfide, which stimulates the body to release a hormone that spurs the production of testosterone.

4. Mushrooms


Many types of mushrooms prevent your body from producing the enzyme known as “aromatase.” This enzyme converts androgen hormones to estrogen hormones. To prevent this conversion from taking place, eating more mushrooms may provide a solid defense.

5. Oysters


Oysters contain zinc, which increases testosterone, muscle growth, physical endurance, and sperm production. Zinc also helps wounds to heal.

6. Spinach


This leafy green is proven to lower estrogen levels. Spinach is rich in magnesium and vitamins C and E – all essential testosterone building blocks.

7. Tuna


If you don’t get much sunshine, add more tuna and eggs to your diet. Vitamin D can help boost testosterone levels by up to 90%. The vitamin is essential for maintaining semen quality and sperm count

Disclaimer: The content is purely informative and educational in nature and should not be construed as medical advice. Please use the content only in consultation with an appropriate certified medical or healthcare professional.

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