More muscle, better mental focus, less fat, even better sex… These are just some of the effects that boosting your testosterone to optimal levels has!
Millions of American men of the age of 45 suffer from low testosterone. This is bad for several reasons; one being that low testosterone increases your chances of dying from any cause. But the main problems include low libido, limp erections, thinning hair, muscle, loss, fat gain, and depression to name a few. There are supposed testosterone increasing drugs out there, but fact is that study after study shows that they really don’t have much effectiveness. But you’re in luck, because there is one way to boost your testosterone naturally and that is through sticking to the proper diet!
These are some great foods that are sure to keep your T-levels buzzing!
Spinach is one of the foods highest in magnesium. This mineral is involved in muscle development and is essential for reproductive function in men. There have been several studies showing that testosterone and muscle strength are directly correlated to the levels of magnesium in the body!
Zinc is the magic word here; this mineral elevates testosterone and HGH, both of which enhance muscle growth and physical performance. It has even been shown that low levels of zinc can be a risk factor for infertility.
- Hot sauce!
There are studies that show that capsaicin, the substance that causes certain peppers to be spicy, can be associated with high testosterone levels. In animal studies, capsaicin has even been shown to increase the size of sex organs while also decreasing body fat!
A compound in garlic is known for releasing luteinizing hormone. This hormone regulates the production of testosterone. This compound is called daily disulfide, and if you don’t like garlic, this compound is found in onions as well!
Cruciferous vegetables like broccoli are the main source of indoles, This compound, while known to be cancer fighting, also indirectly increases testosterone by eliminating excess estrogen from the body, estrogen is known for inhibiting the production of male sex hormones.
Last but definitely not least. Eggs, primarily their yolks, are a great test boosting food! They are rich in dietary cholesterol, mono and saturated fats (which actually turn out to be very helpful in hormone production). Cholesterol is the basic building block of testosterone, without it, there simply is no basis for your body to create testosterone. Not to mention eggs are rich in aspartic acid, this amino acid helps trigger the production of testosterone!
So, to up your game and start feeling better immediately, add these foods to your daily diet starting today and see how much better you feel in a week. You’ll be amazed at how just doing the little things each day that help your body do what it’s supposed to do will better improve your health and overall well being.