To boost testosterone naturally, you want to opt for foods rich in B vitamins and minerals like zinc.
This menu has them all, in spades.
One glass (8 ounces) organic skim milk
Skim milk contains less estrogen—a testosterone downer—than full fat but still has T-building protein.
2 to 3 cups freshly chopped kale and spinach…
Spinach and kale have plenty of magnesium, an essential mineral for maintaining high amounts of T.
…tossed with 1 cup cooked butternut squash, chopped (skin removed)…
Slow-digesting carbs from starchy plants like squash tamp down blood-sugar levels, keeping T topped off.
…topped with 5 to 6 ounces steamed oysters, marinated in lemon juice and roasted garlic (2 garlic cloves per 5 ounces)
Oysters are packed with zinc, a mineral that increases levels of testosterone and growth factor-1.
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