Boosting Testosterone Naturally
Boosting testosterone levels due to the natural decrease with age can be done naturally without expensive supplements. Soy protein, milk and commercially-raised beef are three of the worst foods you can eat if you have low testosterone levels. But there is good news! Here are the top five very best foods you can eat to raise your testosterone levels naturally and safely.
1. Grass-fed Beef
One of the worst foods for your testosterone level (because of high estrogen levels) is commercially-raised, feedlot beef while grass-fed beef is one of the best.
One of the main reasons that a good steak is so good for boosting testosterone is its high Omega-3 content. Feedlot beef lacks Omega-3s because the steers are raised on corn and soy products.
Grass fed beef is high in Omega-3s, which are essential to boosting testosterone production. Grass-fed beef is also high in zinc and B-vitamins, including B-12. B-vitamins, magnesium, potassium and zinc are all key players in raising your testosterone.
2. Nuts and Avocados
Like grass-fed beef, nuts and avocados are high in the healthy saturated fats that your body needs to produce testosterone. They’re also rich in magnesium. Here, a little bit goes a long way. Try dipping veggies in almond butter, adding walnuts to smoothies and salads, and using mashed avocado instead of mayonnaise.
3. Cruciferous Vegetables
Cruciferous vegetables like broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cauliflower, kale and collard greens are loaded with anti-estrogen properties. They’ll do a great job of boosting testosterone by lowering estrogen in your body.
4. Onions and Garlic
Onions and garlic are from the allium family and alliums have been shown in several studies to help raise testosterone naturally. You can eat them raw or cooked and they’re incredibly easy to add to your diet in soups, stews, salads and so on, so it’s simple to get plenty of them. You can use any kind of onion, although some studies report that results seem to be better with red onions more than yellow.
Eggs are packed with Omega-3 fats and other healthy saturated fats. The highest Omega-3 content is in pasture-raised eggs, though. As with grass-fed beef, that diet of grasses is essential to eggs that are rich in Omega-3 fats.
Eggs are also a good source of vitamins B-2 and B-12 and also contain a good dose of Vitamin E, which speeds recovery time.
These are just five of the best foods you can eat to help in boosting testosterone levels naturally and inexpensively.
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