How do u increase testosterone leaves naturally
Posted Thu Oct 24, 2013 02:51 AM
Posted Thu Oct 24, 2013 02:56 PM
- Keeping your Estrogen levels in check
Before you start doing any of this it is good to establish a base-line. You can get your testosterone levels done by almost any medical lab. Do this again after 2 or 3 months to get the general idea about your progress, and if all this pays off for you or not.
Exercise help increase T-levels and muscle mass while at the same time reducing body fat. Best exercises are those which include heavy lifting. Which means a lot of sweating, teeth grinding, cursing, sore muscles, whatnot ... sorry but there is no way around this. Join the local gym and ask for professional advice and guidance. As the part of your monthly membership they will provide you with a plan that is best suited for your fitness level. Don't go like 'yeah, I get this' because you don't. Let them do their part and you do ... well ... the hard part.
To produce testosterone our glands need certain minerals such as zinc and magnesium. Spinach is rich in both but other green stuff is, too. So do a bit of a research here. Don't just got to the local pharmacy and buy couple of bottles of those minerals ... getting them through your diet is much more fun and tastes better, too. In the end it is cheaper because you do have to eat, right? If you eat the right stuff you'll get all the vitamins and minerals your body needs.
Another critical ingredient is cholesterol. Yes, cholesterol. I know how much bad stuff have been said about it. Fatty food got bad reputation because we eat processed food with all sorts of additives and that is what makes it bad. Less than 100 years ago men had average levels of testosterone 2 or 3 times higher than they have nowadays mainly due to their work habits and diet. So nothing wrong with fresh farm bacon, eggs, steaks, and such. Another good source of good fats are nuts. They are tasty, and packed with fats and minerals. Just don't go nuts with them nuts ... ... Olive oil, because it helps your body absorb cholesterol better. Coming from a Mediterranean country I like it better than sunflower or corn oil. Many studies suggest it is healthier, too.
Red wine, in moderation, is good for you, too. Beer, on the other hand, can actually decrease your T-levels. Again, being a Mediterranean guy my vote goes to wine.
If you really have to, go and buy some supplements. Vitamin D3 is very good for your health in general. If you are of darker complexion and/or don't spend enough time out in the sun you are likely to need some. Omega 3 is source of 'good' fats. Add if you think extra is needed.
It's not just increasing your T- levels but keeping Estrogen levels low, too. Certain types of vegetables such as cabbage, cauliflower, and broccoli will reduce estrogen levels in your blood. Processed food in general will increase your E-levels so ...
There are few more things you can do to increase your T-levels.
Finish your morning shower with cold water. I know ... who likes cold water? Give it a try for a week and I'm sure you'll start feeling more energetic. Does it increases your T-levels? Not really but it is good for you. Trust me ...
Good sleep and enough of it. Your body needs time to rest and rebuild. How much exactly is highly individual but general consensus is that you need at least 7 or 8 hours of uninterrupted sleep.
Last but not least more SEX ... I'm sure there's no need to explain why ...
Have fun ...
Posted Thu Oct 24, 2013 04:15 PM
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Posted Sat Apr 19, 2014 09:39 PM
Not natural , but very effective .
Posted Wed Apr 23, 2014 12:42 PM
Posted Fri Jul 04, 2014 12:27 AM
Seriously, exercise and I take occasional Zinc which doesn't hurt