How To Boost Testosterone Naturally In Younger Man And Underage Teenage Boys


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to my daily uploads just for you. Testosterone is a hormone that regulates the
sex organs, metabolism, bone density, and other bodily functions. Though it affects primarily men, both sexes
can experience low testosterone (Low T). Fortunately, lifestyle choices play the biggest
part in testosterone levels, so you may be able to increase your testosterone. However, it�s best to see a doctor if your
symptoms are new or you aren�t feeling better after making changes. During puberty (in the teen years), testosterone
helps boys develop male features like body and facial hair, deeper voice, and muscle
strength. Men need testosterone to make sperm. Testosterone levels generally decrease with
age, so older men tend to have low blood testosterone levels. What is Low Testosterone? Some men have low testosterone levels. This is called Testosterone Deficiency Syndrome
(TD) or Low Testosterone (Low-T). Deficiency means that the body does not have
enough of a needed substance. Syndrome is a group of symptoms that, together,
suggest a disease or health condition. Additionally, check out When Should You Try
This? to learn more about when you may wish to consider trying natural methods of increasing
your testosterone levels. You may need testosterone therapy (TT) if
you have Low-T. Both the FDA and the AUA suggest that TT be used to treat conditions you are
born with, such as Klinefelter syndrome. You also may need TT if you harm or lose your
testicles. If your testicles are removed because of a
sickness such as cancer, you may need TT. Most men with Low-T (no matter what the cause)
will be treated if they have both symptoms of Low-T and blood tests showing Low-T levels. Talk with your doctor if you feel that you
may need TT. TT may help you but it may have adverse (harmful)
results. (See discussion of these side effects below.) The Federal Drug Administration (FDA) has
said that testosterone drug labels should state that there is a risk for heart disease
and stroke for some men using testosterone products. All men should be checked for heart disease
and stroke before, and periodically while on, TT. The AUA however, on careful review of evidence-based
peer review literature, has stated that there is no strong evidence that TT either increases
or decreases the risk of cardiovascular events. The FDA also was concerned when they found
that men were being treated for Low-T due only to aging. There is ongoing research to determine more
about TT in aging men. Your doctor will talk with you about the benefits
and risks of TT and carefully consider how to treat your symptoms. 1. Consume bone broth Bone broth contains saturated fat from bone
marrow, and getting enough healthy saturated fat is critical for hormonal health. You also get the benefits of the collagen
in the bone marrow, which improves your joint health. 2. Use olive oil Olive oil is excellent for cardiovascular
health. It also contributes to healthy cholesterol
levels, which promotes testosterone production (cholesterol is a �precursor� hormone
to testosterone). Just make sure you get real olive oil, and
not fake olive oil. Side note: If by chance any of my readers
owns an olive oil farm, I�ll happily promote the hell out of your oil (I love olive oil,
and go through a bottle a month). 3. Minimize usage of plastics with food This can seem like a huge chore, but the evidence
for plastics being an environmental xenoestrogen that damages everything from fish to polar
bears is very powerful. In your daily life, you can avoid plastic
by eating whole foods, storing foods in glass containers, and reducing the amount of processed
food in your diet. Be reasonable about this�obviously it is
not realistic to eliminate all the plastic in your life, unless you plan on living in
the woods and carving and forging your own furniture and tools. 4. Avoid fake fats What do vegetable oil, corn oil, soybean oil,
and canola oil all have in common? They all negatively impact testosterone levels. They also inflame the gut, the arteries, may
be one of the causes of heart disease, lead to fatty liver disease, and are linked to
Alzheimer�s disease and dementia. Eliminate them from your diet, and minimize
your consumption of them. 5. Remove soy from your diet In moderate amounts some soy protein may be
alright, and I�ll readily say that research doesn�t indict it. That said, there�s also a ton of research
on soy being a powerful phytoestrogen which adversely affects testosterone levels. I see no reason why any man should consume
it. This is not to mention most foods that contain
processed soy protein and soybean oil are highly unhealthy and awful for you on multiple
levels (cardiovascular, hormonal, digestive, cognitive). Cut the soy out your life, gentlemen. 6. Eat avocados Avocados were considered fertility food by
Native American tribes, and for good reason: They contain monounsaturated fat, which is
the exact kind of fat you want to be consuming for healthy testosterone levels. They�re also loaded with many other nutrients
(vitamin K, copper, folate, vitamin B6, potassium, vitamin E, and vitamin C). Just don�t put them on toast, for the love
of God. 7. Increase cruciferous vegetable consumption Cruciferous vegetables�e.g. broccoli, cabbage,
cauliflower, spinach� are loaded with anti-estrogens and a multitude of other nutrients. They also improve digestive health (and are
a great source of fiber). Add them into your diet as much as possible. 8. Eat eggs I mentioned eggs before in this list, and
I will mention them again here. Eggs are as close as you�ll ever get to
a perfect food. They contain healthy fat, protein, and practically
every vitamin (except vitamin C). 9. Supplement with a vitamin B complex Vitamin B contributes to a multitude of metabolic
processes. Deficiencies adversely affect energy, mood,
strength, and concentration. Some research also suggests a deficiency can
contribute to lower testosterone levels. I usually order this vitamin B complex from
Amazon. 10. Supplement with zinc If you are deficient in zinc, you�ll get
a solid testosterone boost when you start supplementing with it. I usually recommend Zinc in the form of ZMA
(which also contains magnesium). Here�s one such product. I hope you found tips about How To Boost Testosterone
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