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What foods help boost testosterone for muscle building?
Aug 7, 2014

Dr. Rania Mousa General Medicine
Testosterone is a male sex hormone that affects more than just sex,it is also responsible for bone and muscle health, sperm production, and hair growth. You can lose testosterone as you age, as well as from chronic illnesses.
some food and nutrients that can increase testosterone level are :

-Vitamin D is a nutrient that helps the body absorb calcium. It’s important for the health of bones, the immune system, and many other body functions. Vitamin D is linked to longer life and testosterone production.

-Tuna is also a heart-healthy, protein-rich food that’s low in calories. Whether canned or fresh, eating this fish can be a natural way of boosting testosterone. A serving of tuna fulfills your daily vitamin D needs,if you don't like you can take salmon or sardine

-Milk is a great source of protein and calcium. Children and women are encouraged to drink milk for better bone health, but milk can keep men’s bones strong too. you can choose a variety of low fat milk and its products

-Egg yolks are another rich source of vitamin D. As long as you don’t have any preexisting cholesterol issues, you can safely eat one egg per day.

-Certain brands of cereals and orange juice are fortified with vitamin D, not to mention other heart-healthy nutrients. Consider incorporating these foods into your breakfast routine

-Zinc is an essential nutrient for development during puberty, but its effects can keep male hormones in check throughout adulthood.

-Oysters are exceptionally high sources of the mineral zinc, which may bolster issues with low Testosterone. The benefits of zinc for low levels tend to be highest in men with moderate to severe zinc deficiencies,

-crab or lobster may do your testosterone levels some good,because zinc content in these seafood favorites
if you donot like oysters or lobsters you can take supplements rich in zinc

-ground beef and chuck roast contain zinc. To keep animal fats in check, only choose lean cuts of beef and avoid eating it every day.

-beans may offer more benefits than you think. White, kidney, and black beans, all are considered sources of vitamin D and zinc. Baked beans also offer these nutrients, but you’ll need additional sources in your daily diet. As a bonus, these foods are full of plant based proteins that can protect heart health.