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Lifestyle Health and Wellbeing 17 Jun 2019 Boost testosterone l ...

Boost testosterone levels with these foods

Published Jun 17, 2019, 3:55 pm IST
Updated Jun 17, 2019, 6:04 pm IST
Men with low levels of testosterone can naturally boost it by consuming these food items regularly.
For men dealing with low testosterone levels, there are certain dietary changes that can be made to naturally boost your body’s hormone production. (Photo: Pixabay)
 For men dealing with low testosterone levels, there are certain dietary changes that can be made to naturally boost your body’s hormone production. (Photo: Pixabay)

The male sex hormone testosterone plays a key role in a man’s fertility, sexual function and muscle mass. Testosterone levels naturally fall with age, at an average rate of one to two percent per year.

The testosterone level is also influenced by external factors like lifestyle choices as well as certain health conditions and medical treatment.


For men dealing with low testosterone levels, there are certain dietary changes that can be made to naturally boost your body’s hormone production. Consume these foods on a regular basis to up your body’s natural production of testosterone, reported Medical News Today.


Ginger root is famous for having a host of health benefits. It is widely used for culinary and medicinal purposes by most households. New research has now revealed that is could be beneficial to improve fertility in men.

Taking ginger supplements for 3 months is shown to increase testosterone levels by 17.5 per cent. This was proved by a study conducted among 75 adult males with fertility issues. The same study also proved that ginger can also promote healthy sperms.



Oysters are the richest source of zinc, a compound essential for a healthy sperm and reproductive system. Men with zinc deficiency have hypogonadism, a condition in which the body does not produce enough testosterone. Zinc deficiency can also cause delayed sexual maturation.

While including zinc in your diet, also keep in mind that zinc and copper compete with the body for absorption. Balance both the supplements well depending upon what your body needs.


From centuries, pomegranates have been a symbol of fertility and sexual function. The antioxidants present in it are beneficial for the heart and controlling stress as well.


A study conducted in 2012 showed that pomegranate can boost testosterone level in men as well as women. 60 participants of this study drank 100 per cent pure pomegranate juice daily for 14 days. The participants were tested for testosterone thrice a day.

At the end of 14 days, the participants showed a spike of 24 per cent in testosterone levels. They also found to have better mood as well as a stable blood pressure.


Onions are a popular ingredient in most dishes but they are also a good source of nutrients required for sexual health. A daily intake of fresh onion juice for 4 weeks is said to significantly increase the testosterone levels in the body.


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Green leafy vegetables

Leafy vegetables are a rich source of magnesium and are an important part of our diet for a healthy body. Research has now shown that vegetables like Swiss chard, spinach and kale are beneficial for boosting testosterone production in the body.

A study conducted in 2011 showed that consuming magnesium supplements for 4 weeks continuously promoted the body’s production of testosterone. The study also showed that this increase was spotted in those with a sedentary lifestyle. The effect is even more in those with an active lifestyle. Magnesium can also be obtained from lentils, nuts and seeds, and several whole grains.