Boost Your Testosterone With This Grocery List

[Alex at AnabolicHealth.com put together this easy to follow infographic describing foods to eat to maximize the body’s natural production of testosterone.  This is actually a great complement to the Low Testosterone Infographic that I posted in May.  I have to admit that I was surprised to see ‘mint’  in the “Forget It” category.  I guess that means no more mojitos for me!]

Anabolic Health – The Manly Grocery List

Men are defined by their testosterone levels. While you may think being young equates to having good levels, you would be dead wrong. Low testosterone is much more prevalent today, than 25 years ago. Though many factors are at play, a deadly combination of excessive stress, foods loaded with artificial estrogens and toxins, men are now the “least” manly in the history of civilization.

The good news, however, is that you have the power to correct this scourge, or prevent it from occurring in the first place. How? By eating the RIGHT foods. Not all that is edible automatically qualifies as good nutrition, as we often end up eating things bad for our health. But with so many options, things are bound to go wrong.

Unclear of the importance of having optimal testosterone levels? Well chew on these reasons:

  • Testosterone Levels Dictate Speed Of Muscle Growth- if you have low testosterone levels, you will have a hard time gaining muscle mass, even if you believe you eat healthy. Optimize your diet to become testosterone friendly.
  • Testosterone Promotes Male Characteristics- think of the scruffy rugged look Jason Statham has, exuding masculinity. This is thanks in part to testosterone’s metabolite, DHT.
  • Testosterone Dictates Sex Drive- a man’s libido is important to him, but is negatively affected as a result of sub-optimal testosterone levels. It is important to consume foods that boost and optimize testosterone levels, as libido is important to a man’s sexual well-being.

Enter THE MANLY GROCERY LIST – an eye catching infographic representation created by AnabolicHealth.com, to quickly highlight what you should focus on, and pass by in your quest for alpha-maledom. Anabolic Health specializes in natural means to optimize your testosterone and androgen levels, to enjoy life to the fullest.

Just keep in mind: testosterone is what makes a man’s life worth living. Going through with low levels is synonymous with depression, and dissatisfaction with the way things are. So eat heartily, the right foods and have your body rejoice in the glory of testosterone! Reserve testosterone replacement therapy to only when absolutely necessary.

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For more information, visit AnabolicHealth.com

One Response to Boost Your Testosterone With This Grocery List

  1. Alex says:

    Don’t worry, you can have your mojitos, just don’t have them every day, which would be a pretty bad idea even without the mint 😉 Thanks for the post!

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