They are high in Vitamin C & antioxidants, both aid greatly with reducing inflammation.
As we’ve covered elsewhere, reduced inflammation means you boost testosterone production.
Prunes are another fruit loaded with boron, 100 grams provides you with about 20% of the daily recommended amount.
Grapes are high in resveratrol, it is found in the skin of grapes. Resveratrol has been shown to stop the process of aromatisation which is where testosterone is converted to estrogen, so not only does it help maintain your T levels but also keeps your estrogen levels down.
Red grapes are thought to be higher in resveratrol than white grapes but both are a decent source.
Avocado is an unusual fruit in the sense that it a close fit in nutritional profile to your more stereotypical foods that boost testosterone, it is an extremely good source of monounsaturated fats.
They are also high in vitamin B which is a natural testosterone booster & avocados contain anti inflammatory products.
Pretty much any list you see of foods that boost testosterone production will include avocado, which tells you how effective it is!
Blue, black, acai etc. are very high in antioxidants. Antioxidants as we’ve covered elsewhere in the article lessen the effects of inflammation in the body & reduced inflammation allows the body to produce testosterone more efficiently.
Pomegranate is a very effective addition to your diet for testosterone boosting on two fronts.
It inhibits the aromatase enzyme, as mentioned earlier aromatase converts testosterone to estrogen.
It is another fruit high in antioxidants, again this brings down inflammation so your testes perform more efficiently and produce more testosterone.
Dried apricots again a great source of boron, vitamin C & antioxidants. As we’ve mentioned throughout this article all three are great for boosting testosterone.
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I hope you have found this article on foods that boost testosterone useful, I hope you now have an appreciation that a diet designed to boost testosterone, doesn’t mean having to abandon all fruit or just focusing on animal products and cruciferous vegetables.
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