Foods That Boost Your Testosterone!

Testosterone is associated with virility, energy and a great sex drive. However, decrease in its level can result in insomnia, reduced sexual function, inability to concentrate, lack of strength, and can even lead to depression.

A gel or medicine might cure a “low T” but luckily, there are several food items that men can consume to naturally boost the testosterone levels.

If you are looking to boost testosterone, then note the following super foods below:


Red grapes come packed with resveratrol that naturally increases testosterone and epididymal motility (the ability of your sperms to swim).
Oysters: Widely considered as an aphrodisiac, the zinc present in oysters helps increase sperm production, testosterone, muscle growth as well as physical endurance.


Various cruciferous vegetables, such as broccoli, cabbage and cauliflower helps your body to eliminate excess estrogen, which simultaneously results in increased testosterone.

Brazil Nuts:

These yummy nuts come packed with selenium, and just 5-6 of them every day is enough to boost your virility. It also contains calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, copper, and manganese which make it a super food.

Cod liver oil:

Some of history’s fiercest warriors have vouched for cod liver oil as a potent testosterone boosting agent. In addition to healthy fats, it comes packed with vitamin A and D that are linked to increase testosterone.


Men looking for natural ways to boost testosterone must definitely include eggs as they are rich in vitamin D. According to a study, men who consumed vitamin D on a regular basis noticed a rise in their testosterone levels by 20 percent when compared to a group that did not.

While the above mentioned food items are great for enhancing virility and boosting testosterone production, there are some that have an opposite effect. These include foods rich in carbs and high on the glycemic index. Therefore, men must avoid the same and ensure to consume a diet that offers a right blend of high protein and moderate-fat.

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Max Jones

A compulsive reader and a writer with a diploma in nutrition and diet. In my free time I love to explore my city while I promote pedal-biking.

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