Boost Your Testosterone by Eating These Foods
Why do you think that men at the age of 30 onwards have a hard time maintaining an
erection? Well, the answer is not that simple, but one thing that I can say is that it can
be due to a lot of health factors.
For instance, as men reach the age of 30 and above, their bodies naturally tend to
produce lesser testosterone every year (by roughly 2%). This is just the natural course
of the body and there is nothing that you can do about that.
However, this is not to say that you couldn’t improve your odds of getting better sexual
performance even as you age. There are things that you can do and things that you can
eat that will help bring your sexual vigor back.
If you want to boost your testosterone levels the natural way, then you must eat the
foods that I will talk about in this article. If after eating these foods and you are not
getting the results that you want (given a considerable amount of time), then you can
turn to take libido boosters as well.
A healthy dose of bananas can really help improve your sexual health. That is because
this highly-accessible fruit is rich in potassium, which is known to improve muscle
contractions during sex and it also plays a vital role in keeping your blood pressure
levels in check.
It is also rich in carbohydrates which, when digested by the body, is turned to glucose
which is your body’s main source of energy.
The higher the cacao content in chocolate, the better its antioxidant profile is. That is
why I recommend that you eat dark chocolate than your normal milk chocolate
specifically for this reason alone.
Anyway, dark chocolate contains antioxidants which can help improve arousal and
euphoria thanks to its ability to increase dopamine levels in your brain, which is a
neurotransmitter that is responsible for making you feel good.
It is also documented to have a positive effect on a man’s penis health thanks to its
ability to keep erectile dysfunction at bay.
This fruit contains a lot of unsaturated fats that are good for the body and it also has a
good serving of Vitamin E that will help improve your appearance as well.
It is also a good source of dietary fiber which prevents plaque build-up in your arteries,
ensuring sufficient blood circulation throughout your entire body (including in your
Nuts and Seeds
Cashews and almonds, for example, are rich in magnesium, which is an essential
mineral that helps boost energy levels naturally.
Pumpkin seeds are also quite good as it contains trace amounts of potassium, zinc, and
magnesium, which can improve overall health to a considerable degree.
For men who are in their late 40s and early 50s, eating the right foods and supplements
might not be enough. If you feel that you still have lower energy levels and you do not
have the same passion as you did in your younger years, then consider having
testosterone replacement therapy. Consult your doctor about this as they will be the
ones to tell you if you need it or not. Consider this only as your last option.