How to Eat to Increase Testosterone Naturally

How To Eat To Increase Testosterone Naturally

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This is the second video of Testosterone Week. In this one we cover the basics of nutrition for high T.

60 thoughts on “How to Eat to Increase Testosterone Naturally

    1. If you eat lets say 1500 calories then your protein intake of 30% would be
      (1500*0.3)/4=125 grams, your fats of 40% (1500*0.4)/9=66, and your carbs of
      30% (1500*0.3)/4=125. 🙂

    2. thanks! now, 125 grams of protein is like 400 grams of chicken breast a
      day, that´s a LOT of meat, very impractical to not eat protein shakes…

    3. 125g of protein is easy! you get over 20g just from carb sources alone
      easy. throw in couple eggs, and your good to go

    4. Protein shake is a great way to never feel full and go over your calorie
      allotment. Eat food that fills your stomach don’t drink your calories.

  1. I still don’t know what macros are, if someone could explain I’d be very
    grateful (but please don’t link me to another site or video)

    1. My basic understanding is macros = the set nutritional percentages for your
      daily intake that you’re trying to hit. For example: (completely random)
      you have a daily goal for your intake to be 40% protein (or whatever grams
      or unit of measure you’re looking to hit), 35% carbohydrates (or whatever
      grams or unit of measure you’re looking to hit), and 25% fat (or whatever
      grams or unit of measure you’re looking to hit). I think lol.

    2. Your macros or macro-nutrient is any of the nutritional components of the
      diet that are required in relatively large amounts: protein, carbohydrate,
      fat

    3. Checkout “Eric Helms diet pyramid” — Radu referenced him in this video.
      Eric’s videos are the best technical explanations of those terms.

  2. Greg, Kinobody, isn’t taking any multivitamines, has an OK diet and has an
    above average test production

    1. +Richie guppy Exactly. Water retention would also make his muscle appear
      larger and his body fat % appear lower

    2. Greg’s levels are dead on average, and considering how out of shape the
      average man is compared to him, that’s pretty unimpressive. I have 30mnol/l
      test at age 20, Greg has only 23nmol/l yet I have a much less impressive
      physique than Greg. My test levels are nearly 99th percentile, however, for
      what that’s worth

    3. +tquasa well he trains about 11 or 12 years now so it’s a lot of training
      and progress to achive that phsique

  3. The comment section is so full of questions… most of them aren’t even the
    advice-type ones. Radu, this isn’t really that helpful to someone that just
    started. I appreciate your work and all that. I can see you’re using a more
    professional camera and way of shooting, lots of visuals to exemplify what
    you’re talking about but still… to someone that just started and would
    want to lose fat or gain muscle, it makes almost no sense. For example,
    your calculator. I couldn’t really understand what it showcases after I
    input my info. How much protein, carbs etc I need to eat daily in order to
    start losing fat? Also, no idea what maintenance refers to. How much kcal
    do I need to burn daily? For what? To increase my testosterone level? I’m
    lost. And that’s just one example out of your whole video. I asked you in
    one of your other videos if you would consider starting a parallel series
    in Romanian, to which you have not responded (not exactly sure why), but
    now I realize it’s not the language, it’s actually the way in which you’re
    explaining stuff. This good information you’re showing is all great and
    whatnot but you should mention it is not for beginners or random Joe’s
    wanting to lose fat. Too much information for someone that has little to no
    idea about nutrition, exercise etc.
    I’d love to lose some weight and increase my testosterone level,
    unfortunately, as a beginner, I don’t think I’ll be able to do it from
    these videos. Best of luck to everyone else, though.
    Cheers.

    1. I totally understand what you mean by this isn’t beginner friendly, but I
      urge you not to give up because of that. You should look into the basics
      and educate yourself about nutrition and exercising. Perhaps rent this book
      on chegg (ISBN:0133983528). I have read it for a course I took at my
      college and personally recommend it! I learned so much valuable information
      from it, and it’s absolutely incredible. I wish I could just explain how it
      all works in a few comments but I promise it’s worth reading it yourself,
      allowing you to learn at your own pace. Again, I urge you not to give up so
      easily… Educate yourself on these topics and it’ll all make so much more
      sense.

    2. Thank you so much, will definitely check it up! 🙂 Also thanks for
      encouraging me. I’m only trying to lose around 10 kilos but I’ve been
      struggling for a few years so I guess it’s serious business. The
      encouragement is highly appreciated. Have a good one!

    3. +Kakashikewl You want to cut about 20% of what you would need for
      maintenance for a deficit but since you are a beginner i’d say try a 10-15%
      deficit so then it isn’t as hard. As for exercise do you already lift?

    4. I see, so 20% out of the 2.4k. Got it. And no, I’m a really sedentary
      person, truth is. As I don’t have a job at the moment, I spend most of my
      time in front of the computer (not the best point in my life, I know). Soon
      enough I’ll get my own Car Wash business going though so I’ll get plenty
      movement, but until then I’m just a super sedentary guy that only moves
      once per day when I need to take my dog out and from time to time (once or
      twice every week) I try and run for a few miles.

  4. Hey man, great series and looking forward to the rest of it. I was just
    wondering, where did you guys get the filler clips in some parts of the
    video? The ones with the people eating/walking around/beaches/markets/food
    in general. Did you film it yourself or did you just look up stuff on
    Youtube? Thanks and great quality as always!

    1. I checked nutritional facts of fish oil and they contain a ratio of like
      1:20 of Omega 3-Omega 6 fats.So I guess it makes up for the unbalanced
      ratio of an average american diet,and that’s one reason of why it’s healthy?

  5. Radu is killing it with the production, fucking underrated channel, my dude
    Radu is going to blow up, I predict 500k subscribers within a year and a
    half.

    1. He isn’t taking steroids, and doesn’t have genetics to give him a physique
      that looks as though he MAY be taking steroids.

      That’s what I noticed….The guys with bodies that look like they take
      steroids, or look like they could have because they are blessed with top
      notch genetics ends up with the most subscribers.

  6. “Greek God Physique” – Radu’s Accent
    I say this around the house all of the time hahaha, that and
    “Advanced Level of Feetness” in Radu’s Accent

    LOVE YOUR VIDEOS MAN!

    1. Do not change your accent! Please.

      One of the reasons I have subscribed is for the accent, apart from all
      other information you give us 😀

    2. Radu, I didn’t mean it in a bad way lmao! I freaking enjoy listening to
      your content this way. If you change your accent, I’ll stop watching hahaha

    3. +Radu Antoniu daca am 15-18% bf si 72 de kg si ma antrenez de 4-5 ori pe
      saptamana, si am si inceput sa chelesc 🙁 am 25 de ani. e din cauza dietei
      si a testosteronului? preciez ca nu beau, fumez sau beau sucuri.

  7. According to the calculator you linked to I have to eat 2500 calories on a
    lean bulk, which is totally not right. I eat around 2800 calories and
    struggle to gain enough weight..

    1. To be fair, you can still gain muscle on that kind of calorie intake. Just
      depends on where you are now with diet quality and training, also genetics.
      A friend of mine is nearly double my weight and eats less than me.

  8. I needed this video literally EXACTLY right now. No knowledge messed me up.
    Thank you, dude! Keep uploading dope vids!!!

    1. About 5% of the total intake of the diet should come from saturated fat.
      about 20-25% of total calories should come from mono-saturated fats.

    2. +Anthony Intensity 💪 thank you. can you tell me where you got that
      information? I’ve looked for it a lot and couldn’t find. where you got it
      from must be a great source and I’m all about that knolegde haha. and that
      seems too little. I’m a vegan and I already get that without aiming. would
      like 10% be detrimental?

  9. Great video, but the biggest mistake made was giving the assumption that a
    calorie is just another calorie, which is not at least for weight loss

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