Boosting testosterone

Low testosterone (also referred to as low T) typically refers to blood levels of testosterone which are below 300ng/dL (nanograms per deciliter). It has a number of negative symptoms which include depression, fatigue and reduced sexual desire.

Testosterone is an important hormone in men that is responsible for healthy growth, body composition and more. Unfortunately, around 5% of US men suffer from low testosterone which leads to a range of unpleasant symptoms including depression and reduced energy levels. The good news is that low testosterone can very often be treated naturally by leading a healthy lifestyle. In this article I’m going to be focusing on one of the main natural treatments for low testosterone – diet and discussing the foods that can be used to boost your testosterone levels.

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