How to Increase Testosterone Through Diet:
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How to Increase Testosterone Through Diet: the Two F Words (Fat and Fiber)
Increase testosterone by eating? Believe it or not, it’s possible! On this page we will discuss exactly how to do that, but, before I do, I want to mention that science has shown us that the most powerful and critical ways through natural means to raise your testosterone levels are through sex, sleep, your mind and weight lifting. (See the links to the right for other ways as well.) Most guys with low testosterone can probably increase their testosterone 20-30% or more by simply examining these critical factors.
But let’s say that you also want to boost your testosterone levels through diet. Is that possible? Yes, in spite of what you may have read, it is possible for many guys to raise their testosterone through diet and through what I call the two F’s: Fat and Fiber. The research shows that you can boost your testosterone with these two dietary twins.
Now, before I go on, I want to say that I actually don’t necessarily advise what’s in this link unless you carefully follow The High Testosterone Diet. The High Testosterone Diet shows you how to boost your testosterone and erectile strength. Saturated fat can very easily take you to the land of Erectile Dysfunction. (If you have Erectile Dysfunction or heart disease, I recomend that you read my links on the Ornish Diet or the Mediterranean Diet. Both have solid, well-studied and proven track records on things like erectile dysfunction, heart disease, cancer and so on.)
Do you know the foods and drinks that boost Nitric Oxide and repair the veins and artieries to your penis? Then check out the Peak Erectile Strength Diet Program where I show you how to dramatically improve your erectile strength.
In addition, some early studies indicated that vegetarianism might lead to low testosterone levels. Two other studies  showed the same pattern. T was whacked in both by a low fat, high fiber diet. One study showed free T almost 27% less and the other showed total T 36% less. Ouch!
For example, A 1979 study  evaluated switching eleven men from a low fat (25% of calories) vegetarian diet to a higher fat (40% of calories) western diet. (Both diets provided the same calories per day.) T-levels were an average of 401 on the vegetarian diet and 581 on the western diet. That’s a 30+% reduction in T!
However, follow up studies have shown that the issue was mostly likely an issue of fat content. In fact, other reserach has shown quite the opposite, i.e. that vegetarians and vegans have equal or even slightly higher testosterone levels than meat-eaters. See my link on Testosterone and Vegetarianism for more details.
However, for those who really enjoy meat and want to “throw caution to the wind,” let me present a few guidelines from the earlier scientific literature that give guidelines for fats and saturated fat in particular: