6 ways to boost your testosterone level

If you get slow in bed and lack progress with muscle development, then you probably need some testosterone boost. Testosterone is the hormone, which helps to increase muscle building and fat burning as well as it improves some other men-related functions. In man’s organism T-hormone is at its best levels during 20s. After one turns 30, T-hormone level drops by 1.6% every year. If you think I will tell you which food supplements to use to improve your low-T, you are wrong. Let’s take a look at how you can increase it with natural foods.

#1 Egg yolk

Egg yolk is proven to be more nutritious than egg whites. It contains vitamin D3, which boosts T-hormone.

#2 Cruciferous vegetables

That includes broccoli, cabbage, Brussels sprouts, and cauliflower. They are considered to be anti-estrogenic food due to its substance indole-3 carbinole, which in the end brings the necessary level of free testosterone.

#3 Oysters

8oz of oysters nourishes your body with 18g of protein that helps to increase the T level. Besides protein, oysters are high in zinc, which your body needs to absorb protein.

#4 Garlic

Garlic is not only a spice for your food that improves taste and kills bacteria. It contains diallyl-disulfide, which is involved with bringing a hormone that drives testosterone production. If you add garlic to your protein diet, it will increase the effect of T production.

#5 Spinach

Spinach is rich for magnesium, which is crucial for muscle development and reproduction. It increases all levels of testosterone.

#6 Mushrooms

Mushrooms block generation of the enzyme aromatase. It’s good because that one is in charge of converting androgen into female hormone estrogen. Mushrooms’ ingredients will prevent free testosterone from binding to androgen receptors.

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