Foods That Boost Testosterone Levels?

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Q&A: "Foods That Boost Testosterone Levels?"

Hey what's up guys, Sean Nalewanyj here with another Muscle In Minutes Q&A where I give quick, to the point answers to your fitness questions.

So, today’s question is, what are the best foods out there to eat to naturally boost your testosterone levels. So my advice here is just to recognize the fact that optimizing your natural testosterone levels is really not going to be determined by whether you specifically eat oysters or nuts or avocado, but instead it’s going to be determined by your overall diet and your overall lifestyle as a whole.

You’ll find a lot of articles online that list things like “10 super-foods that boost your testosterone” or something along those lines, but really that just sort of misses the big picture.

The truth is that there really aren’t any “special” food items out there that are going to magically make a big measurable difference to your testosterone levels on their own, and instead I really would recommend that you just focus on the more basic, overall factors.

Make sure that you’re getting enough fat in your diet, this is a really important one, so somewhere between 20-30% of your total calories and definitely no lower than 15%. You want to make sure that you’re getting enough protein so somewhere around 1 gram per pound of body weight daily. That you’re getting a good restful sleep each night. That you’re training intensely in the gym on a consistent basis. That you’re managing stress levels effectively. And that you’re getting enough of certain vitamins and minerals, specifically vitamin D, zinc and magnesium which is a topic that I addressed in a previous video and I'll link in the description box below.

Eating certain food sources might help out simply because they might be higher in fat and protein content which might help to bring your daily totals into the proper range if they’re currently too low, but assuming that your overall macronutrient intake is properly structured at the outset, then going out of your way to consume a higher amount of red meat or egg yolks that's really not going to magically boost your testosterone levels into an above-normal range, and also keep in mind that if your testosterone levels are already within the normal range to begin with, then there’s not a lot you can do aside from actual anabolic steroid use to further raise those levels high enough in order to positively impact muscle growth or gym performance anyway.

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Q&A: "Foods That Boost Testosterone Levels?"

Hey what's up guys, Sean Nalewanyj here with another Muscle In Minutes Q&A where I give quick, to the point answers to your fitness questions.

So, today’s question is, what are the best foods out there to eat to naturally boost your testosterone levels. So my advice here is just to recognize the fact that optimizing your natural testosterone levels is really not going to be determined by whether you specifically eat oysters or nuts or avocado, but instead it’s going to be determined by your overall diet and your overall lifestyle as a whole.

You’ll find a lot of articles online that list things like “10 super-foods that boost your testosterone” or something along those lines, but really that just sort of misses the big picture.

The truth is that there really aren’t any “special” food items out there that are going to magically make a big measurable difference to your testosterone levels on their own, and instead I really would recommend that you just focus on the more basic, overall factors.

Make sure that you’re getting enough fat in your diet, this is a really important one, so somewhere between 20-30% of your total calories and definitely no lower than 15%. You want to make sure that you’re getting enough protein so somewhere around 1 gram per pound of body weight daily. That you’re getting a good restful sleep each night. That you’re training intensely in the gym on a consistent basis. That you’re managing stress levels effectively. And that you’re getting enough of certain vitamins and minerals, specifically vitamin D, zinc and magnesium which is a topic that I addressed in a previous video and I'll link in the description box below.

Eating certain food sources might help out simply because they might be higher in fat and protein content which might help to bring your daily totals into the proper range if they’re currently too low, but assuming that your overall macronutrient intake is properly structured at the outset, then going out of your way to consume a higher amount of red meat or egg yolks that's really not going to magically boost your testosterone levels into an above-normal range, and also keep in mind that if your testosterone levels are already within the normal range to begin with, then there’s not a lot you can do aside from actual anabolic steroid use to further raise those levels high enough in order to positively impact muscle growth or gym performance anyway.

33 thoughts on “Foods That Boost Testosterone Levels?

    1. +assassin hernandez you release natural energy every time you bust.
      Overtime you will start to notice brain fog, depression, social anxiety,
      and even go limp with a girl.

    2. +kingdavid772 this is true. I speak from experience. I went through a
      period of about a year where due to working long hours and caring for my
      sick mother I did not have sex(no time or energy to get out and meet
      chicks) and was masturbating quite a bit. When the situation changed and I
      did hook up I was unable to perform. This sent me into panic mode
      obviously. I then developed anxiety that it would happen again and then it
      did which caused me to shy away from women and just jerk it more. It wasnt
      until I went cold turkey on beating off for about 2 weeks was I able to
      feel like a man again

  1. i think it is basically impossible to substantially increase your test
    levels without any exogenous products…..like he said. “eat sleep train”
    repeat.

  2. Sean can you talk about probiotics? They seem to be very essential in their
    function and seems like everybody should be taking it. But obviously many
    people do well even without it. How does it really work out for them?

  3. Thanks a lot! Your channel really helped me a lot as you explain the
    mechanisms behind things instead of just ‘telling me what to do’

    1. +Pang Shibo Awesome, thanks for the feedback. I always try to give
      supporting reasons for anything I recommend.

  4. Boost your test enough to add large amounts of muscle? No. Boost it enough
    to highly increase libido and mood? Most definitely. This under
    prioritizing of fats or over prioritizing of protein and carbs is why so
    many of these guys virtually castrate themselves on their cutts. Also fats
    are much more complicated in their hormonal response than carbs. Mono and
    Saturated fats increase testosterone while most Polyunsaturated , excluding
    fish oil, decrease testosterone. I can build you a high fat diet that will
    absolutely tank your test levels and one that can increase it, even while
    on a cutt. Many aspects of diet can be dumbed down but dietary fat is not
    one of them. Again this isn’t claims of huge muscle gains from high fat its
    claims that starting a cutt at 500ng/dl and ending it at 300 – 400 ng/dl vs
    ending it at 600 -700 ng/dl is night and freaking day in terms of mood and
    sexual function. But yea if you want to walk around with a extra 10-20lb
    lean body mass as the result of high testosterone you’ll need anabolic
    steroids, not eggs and oysters. .5 grams fat per pound of body weight rock
    bottom IMO. Far less is fine if your injecting however..

  5. Just saw a Youtube ad where a man advises to men over 40 three cheap foods
    that doctors ask us to stay away. To find out what foods he’s talking
    about, you have to pay. Which ones could it be? Bacon? Eggs?

  6. Do you find “carb cycling” effective?Does alternating higher and lower carb
    days have a better impact in terms of fat loss rather than a regular low
    carb diet?

  7. Thanks Sean for cutting through the crap bud (there is a lot of it about!)
    Does IF raise T?
    Do sprints raise T?
    Many thanks👍🖖

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