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5 Healthy Foods To Boost Testosterone Levels Naturally

Androgenic hormone or testosterone is a weight trainer's best friend.

Testosterone has the ability to increase your focus, libido, muscle mass, energy and strength. Unfortunately, many adult men start seeing a drop in their testosterone levels, oftentimes as quickly as the age of 30.

Studies indicate the that men experience this decrease in testosterone due to the aging process. However, the combination of a healthy diet along with a consistent weight training program can for sure boost your testosterone levels.

The truth is, their are certain meats, fruits and vegetables that increase testosterone levels naturally and safely. Listed here are the best five meats, fruits and vegetables to boost your testosterone levels.

1. Celery

Believe it or not, celery increases your testosterone, it's packed with potent hormones called androstenone and androstenol.

Scientific studies indicates that chewing, or believe it or not even the smell, of celery actually stimulates your senses to begin making and releasing testosterone. Hard to believe I know.

So start gnawing down the celery to boost your T-levels, libido and energy levels.

2. Avocados

Avocados loaded with folic acid and vitamin B6, which are conducive to boosting your T-levels. Studies have shown that folic acid increases a person energy levels via metabolizing certain proteins in the body.

Moreover, vitamin B6 has been linked to the production of testosterone. Avocados contain lots of other vitamins and minerals, such potassium, that will boost your vigor both in every area of your life.

3. Bananas

Another great test booster are bananas. Bananas possess amazing abilities to increase libido. This important fruit contains a rich amount of B vitamins which has shown to produce and release testosterone inside the body.

Bananas also have a libido raising enzyme called bromelain enzyme.

I like to include bananas in my post workout meals and in my morning cerals. I recommmend that you do that same.

4. Nuts

Nuts such as almonds contain fatty acids, which is important for many different functions of the body such as minimize inflammation, enhance mental function, and lower cholesterol levels.

But in the context of this article, fatty acids are important for the production of testosterone.

Without fatty acids in your diet plan, your body will not be in a position to synthesize cholesterol to be converted to the all-mighty testosterone.

Nuts also consist of various other vitamins and minerals, like vitamin E and zinc, which are vital for testosterone production.

5. Grass-fed, Hormone-Free Red Meat

Nowadays it seems like red meat is the enemy of a healthy diet. I happen to love red meat, but even I am cutting back. With that said, red meat does increase your T-levels and testosterone production.

As you may or may not be aware of, a lot of the cattle brought up these days tend to be administered with shots of medicines (antibiotics) as well as hormones to help make the cattle larger.

This means that you will be exposed to more estrogen, which will boost the levels of estrogen inside your body.

And that's why I recommend that you buy organic, grass-fed beef, as these cattle are not injected with hormones and/or antibiotics.

Another reason red meat boosts testosterone level is due to the iron in the beef. Iron, as well as other minerals found in beef, is important for proper hormone production. Furthermore, the saturated fat in beef is also essential for the creation of testosteron

In Summary, to increase your T-levels, diet and exercise is the key. Eat the foods mentioned above (which are high in fatty acids, vitamin B and other test boosting minerals) as well as lifting heavy in the gym will naturally and safely increase your testosterone, energy, muscle mass, sex drive and libido (not to mention reverse the signs of aging).

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