Kiwifruit is rich in Vitamin C and E, and a good source of dietary fiber.Studies on Vitamin C have shown to preserve testosterone concentrations.
Similarly to kiwi, Oranges and orange juice pack a HUGE dose of Vitamin C, which has all of the same benefits we discussed in previous slide.
Not only can grapefruit lower your blood sugar and promote regularity, because of it’s Vitamin C content it can also increase testosterone.However,Don't consume too much grapefruit.
Pineapple also contains an average dose of 432 mg of Vitamin C per serving, which gives it all of the testosterone boosting benefits.
Tomatoes have been mentioned as a leading food to boost testosterone by numerous outlets, including Livestrong.com
Red bell peppers contain a pretty significant dose of Vitamin A, which was linked to an increased production of testosterone in an abundant amount of animal studies.
it contains a healthy dose of Vitamin B6, A diet insufficient in Vitamin B6 consumption can actually REDUCE circulating concentration of testosterone in plasma.
While it’s unknown as to whether or not Watermelon will ACTUALLY increase your testosterone levels, it will certainly make you feel like it’s shot up!
Specifically red grapes, the skin contains resveratrol,which is a proven aromatase inhibitor.Well,Aromatase inhibitors are actually class of drugs that are used to treat gynocomastia in men.
Boneless, Skinless Chicken contains some needed saturated fat, but far less than some red meats, making it a good choice for balancing your need to produce testosterone.