Top 5 Best Testosterone-Boosting Nutrients
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What’s going on guys – it’s test-boosting Tuesday here on the week-long “TestMax Takeover” with the lovely Brooke Stacey and me, Clark Bartram.
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Now today I wanted to go over the 5 BEST testosterone-boosting nutrients that you NEED to be taking in regularly to help boost your overall male hormone health.
0:34 – Vitamin D: Having adequate levels of vitamin D has been shown to be linked to having SIGNIFICANTLY higher levels of testosterone. However, studies have shown that over 90 of U.S. senior citizens are vitamin D deficient, which correlates to having depressed testosterone levels. The best source of vitamin D is the sun and getting natural sunlight consistently. If you see that as being an issue or more difficult to do I recommend taking 4000 international units (IU) of vitamin D every day
2:30 – Monounsaturated Fat: I know…Is fat good for you? Well, at least monosaturated fat is. You can typically find this in plant products like olive oil, nuts, and avocado. Now since I said you NEED fat in your diet, don’t go eating a pound of bacon. Studies have shown that having higher intakes of saturated and monounsaturated fats can lead to higher testosterone levels. Therefore, stay away from polyunsaturated (fried food) and trans fats (processed food).
5:39 – Saturated Fat: Yep…More fat! You can find the GOOD saturated fat in animal products like beef, eggs, butter and cream. I understand a lot of guys worry about heart disease and cholesterol issues when it comes to fat intake, so I wanted to let you know that studies have shown about saturated fat is that it can be eaten in moderation WITHOUT causing heart disease. Monounsaturated fat has even been shown to help lower the risk of heart disease.
7:45 – Zinc: My mom always said to make sure to get zinc in my diet since it “puts lead in your pencil.” As the years have gone by, I’ve come to learn that a lack of zinc in the diet can cause test levels to drop. I recommend taking zinc gluconate regularly since it has been shown to help boost testosterone; in some cases, double test levels! Zinc can be consumed when eating foods like pumpkin seeds, raw nuts and lean meats like chicken and turkey.
9:23 – Magnesium: In the human body the 2nd most abundant mineral found is magnesium. Without it, the body literally can’t produce energy or control the levels of cholesterol production, leaving your muscles in a permanent state of contraction. Studies have shown that just by taking a magnesium supplement you can start helping to increase both free and total testosterone levels. A diet of dark, leafy greens such as kale or spinach and fish can yield good amounts of magnesium.
To kickstart the process and make sure you are getting in the necessary magnesium in your diet to boost your test, I’ve gone ahead and gave you guys my free “Magnesium Man Bowl” recipe for FREE.
Here’s what you’ll need to make this recipe:
1 chicken breast cut into strips
2 handfuls of spinach
1 handful of halved cherry tomatoes
1 whole avocado, diced
1 palm-sized portion of pumpkin seeds
1 palm-sized portion of feta cheese
1 tablespoon of lite balsamic dressing.
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Don’t forget to let Brook and I know in the comments below what other questions you may have regarding the most important nutrients a man needs in his diet to support hormone health and boost testosterone levels.
-Clark Bartram & Brooke Stacey
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