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Blog - Testosterone Levels

How to Improve Your Testosterone Levels- Midwestnutrition.com

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Testosterone and men are inseparable. It's hard to even think of men without this hormone. It's not just the main force behind muscle growth and aggressive behavior in men but is also associated with a whole lot of vital body functions.

Typically, men begin losing testosterone at the rate of 1-1.5% a year after the age of thirty. Though this decline in testosterone levels is quite gradual, the effects become profound by the time you hit 40.

Low libido and erectile dysfunction are some of the most striking effects of a drop in your testosterone levels. Unfortunately, most men try to treat it with prescription drugs for erectile dysfunction rather than getting to the root of the problem.

Testosterone secretion in your body can be increased naturally without resorting to hormone replacement therapy.

Following are some of the best ways to enhance testosterone in your body:

1. Try Some Ginger

Ginger is one of the cheapest testosterone boosters that you can lay your hands on. Not many people are actually aware of the testosterone boosting effects of this herb.

Ginger can boost your testosterone levels by as much as 17%. It can also help enhance luteinizing hormone or LH by a whopping 43%.

There are many other benefits of this herb. It increases nitric oxide production in your body that can help increase blood flow to the penis. This helps elevate your libido and also helps you achieve harder and stiffer erections.

If you suffer with low libido or erectile dysfunction, try to include ginger in your diet. It can be added as an ingredient in a curry. You can also add it to your salad.

2. Creatine

Creatine is a bodybuilding supplement that has been around for many years. Unlike other bodybuilding supplements that have come and gone, it has held its place for decades since it is effective and clinically proven to boost testosterone in your body.

As a matter of fact, it increases DHT or Dihydrostestosterone.

DHT is not testosterone but is an even more powerful androgen than testosterone.

If you workout regularly, then it's a good idea to take a creatine supplement. I also recommend consuming a lot of water with this supplement.

3. Vitamin K2

I am sure you are not aware of this vitamin. A lot of people don't even know that such a vitamin exists.

Some of the best sources of Vitamin K2 are fats, meats and fermented products.

If you want to raise your testosterone levels, make sure you include such foods in your diet. You would be surprised to see what they can do to your testosterone levels.

4. Pomegranate

Pomegranate is an excellent testosterone boosting food. Clinical research indicates that pomegranate juice can help increase salivary testosterone levels in men by as much as 24%. It can also lower systolic blood pressure and this is largely because it can help increase nitric oxide production in your body.

However, this effect cannot be achieved with pomegranate extract. It is only pure pomegranate juice that can help raise testosterone in your body.

5. Natural Testosterone Supplements

In addition to the above, you can also try a natural testosterone boosting supplement. Such supplements are immensely popular with men looking for ways to beat effects of low testosterone or male menopause.

Some of the top quality supplements are a prefect blend of ingredients like tribulus terrestris, long jack, ginkgo biloba, muira pauma, l-arginine, l-glutamine etc.

Such supplements can help boost your libido, ensure rock solid erections, increase lean mass, reduce fat, elevate mood, improve sleep quality etc.

9 Ways to Naturally Increase Testosterone Levels- Midwestnutrition.com

Testosterone, a hormone produced primarily by the testicles, is often associated with the epitome of "manhood" (although women have testosterone, too).Indeed, it does play a large role in male sexuality and reproduction, impacting such factors as sexual and reproductive function, muscle mass, and hair growth, but also has some less "flashy," albeit equally important, roles [...]

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