Testosterone-Rising Foods

Ginger

 Ginger may affect testosterone, although people may not recognize it. Ginger reduces testicular oxidative stress, boosts antioxidant enzymes, and normalizes blood glucose.

Oyster

Oysters may be aphrodisiac owing to zinc. As previously mentioned, zinc boosts testosterone in postmenopausal women.

Brazil nut

Selenium, a strong trace mineral found in soil, serves several vital roles at the cellular and organismal levels.

Pomegranate juice

Pomegranate Juice contains polyphenol plant components that may boost testosterone. This polyphenol-rich drink may boost salivary testosterone.

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Red wine

Red wine may affect free testosterone in surprising ways. In addition to antioxidant, lipid-regulating, and anti-inflammatory benefits, red wine intake

Pumpkin seed

Zinc, which may affect testosterone, is found in pumpkin seeds. One study found that six months of zinc treatment in mildly zinc-deficient older men increased testosterone levels.

Milk

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

Salmon

Salmon includes many testosterone "boosting" elements, including vitamin D, omega-3 fatty acids, and selenium.

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