What are the best ways to increase testosterone levels in men? Do I need natural supplements or over the counter pills or products, or can I increase testosterone naturally through diet?
The truth is, there is a lot of myth and misinformation out there about supplements, and many products make outrageous promises they can’t keep. Here is a list of 30 foods that you can eat to increase your testosterone levels, many of which are uber healthy in a myriad of other ways as well. (note – we’ll list just a handful of the foods below, as the article we linked to includes SOME foods that may increase test – but may not be healthy for you overall)
Macadamia nuts, dark chocolate or cacao, sardines, egg yolks, some coffee beans, olive oil, avacado, full fat yogurt, and oysters are the recommended foods from the list that we like)
For more on testosterone boosting foods, check out the full list at the link below:
You also know that grains are not the preferred source of carbs, mainly due to problems with gluten, which can significantly increase prolactin levels, effectively messing up T production.
Simple sugars are also not the preferred carbohydrate sources on a high T diet, since they have been linked to lowered testosterone levels in multiple studies.
Ruling out grains and simple sugars, may make it look like you can’t eat any carbs, except for salad, but that’s not the case.
You can – and should eat – potatoes as part of a testosterone boosting diet!