8 Testosterone-Boosting Foods

Pumpkin seed

Pumpkin seeds contain zinc, which may affect testosterone levels. Zinc treatment for six months in mildly zinc-deficient older men quadrupled testosterone levels.

Ginger

Most people know ginger can spice up cuisine and beverages. However, ginger may affect testosterone.

Oyster

Due to zinc, oysters are aphrodisiacs. Zinc boosts testosterone levels, especially in postmenopausal women.

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Brazil nut

Selenium, a trace mineral found in soil, is vital at the cellular and organismal levels.

Pomegranate juice

Polyphenol plant components in pomegranate juice may boost testosterone. This polyphenol-rich drink may enhance salivary hormone levels, hinting it may boost male levels.

Red wine

Red wine may affect free testosterone (testosterone without proteins). Red wine has antioxidant, lipid-regulating, and anti-inflammatory properties and may increase hormone levels.

Milk

Milk contains 13 important minerals, including the less popular boron. Boron supplementation increases testosterone levels significantly.

Salmon

Salmon provides vitamin D, omega-3 fatty acids, and selenium, which raise testosterone. Salmon oil supplementation for 90 days increased testosterone levels in males.

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