6 Ways To Increase Testosterone Levels And Why You Need To Do It


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As men, we NEED testosterone in order to function properly. I’m not talking about getting big muscles and looking like a roided up douchebag.

I’m saying that as a man, it’s essential that you have normal levels of testosterone whizzing around your body, because if you don’t the results could be disastrous for your health.

Think I’m joking? Studies have proven that men with low levels of testosterone experience problems in the following areas:

  • Horribly low energy levels: From the moment you wake up to the moment you go to bed you will feel tired and lethargic.
  • Weight gain: You will likely gain weight and find it hard to keep off.
  • Decreased muscle mass: Your muscles will actually get smaller over time, making you appear skinny and unhealthy.
  • Lower sex drive/libido: Most painfully of all, you will experience a much lower sex drive and maybe even impotence.

As you can see, having low testosterone sucks for a mans health.

However it’s very reversible and you can boost your testosterone levels to incredible heights within a very short period of time. Usually around the 30 day mark.

1. Cut down or quit drinking beer

If you’re a beer drinker, this will be painful to hear. Beer has been proven to lower testosterone in men. Mainly the hops which are used to make beer are known to have a detrimental effect on testosterone levels due to the amount of estrogen found in them. Stick to the clearer alcohol like Vodka if you’re going to drink anything. In an ideal world, you shouldn’t drink any alcohol.

2. Don’t masturbate so much

A research team at Zhejiang University discovered that ejaculation caused men to see a fall in testosterone levels, however something even more fascinating was that when you remain abstinent for 7 full days, your testosterone will shoot up on the 7th day. Their team found a massive 146% increase on the 7th day. Crazy right?

3. Take vitamin D3

Taking 3000 to 5000 mg of Vitamin D3 the moment you wake up (on an empty stomach) and before you go to bed. Studies have shown that men who have higher levels of Vitamin D in their body, tend to have more testosterone.

4. Workout HARD

Exercise is great for many things, but two of the most important factors regarding testosterone are keeping your body fat down and stress levels at a good level. Both higher percentages of body fat and stress has been known to directly correlate to much lower rates of testosterone in men. You should focus on both cardio and weights to get the full health benefits of each.

5. Reduce your sugar intake

Sugar is rapidly becoming the most talked about health concern in the western world today. A recent study claims that sugar, once ingested does have a detrimental effect on testosterone in men. Depending on your glucose tolerance, some men may experience a rapid change, whilst other men will not notice that much of a change. It’s advised that you watch how much refined sugar you’re consuming.

6. Eat a lot of protein (and some nuts)

Did you know that testosterone is derived from cholesterol? Well if you didn’t, now you do. This means you need to be chowing down on whole eggs, not just the egg whites. Also red meat is very good at helping to raise testosterone. Not only that, eating just 6 brazil nuts a day can also boost the old levels.

Other than everything listed above, you can also try testosterone boosters which are specially formulated supplements to give your body what it needs without changing your diet too much.

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