Foods That Boost Testosterone Production: My T Boosting Omelette


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I’ve been getting a lot of questions about what I personally eat on a daily basis.

So decided to publish some articles looking the different meals that I have on a daily basis. 

So you can get a better idea of how you can potentially eat for an all natural testosterone booster as well.

So what I’m going to do is take you through what I have for breakfast most days which is my testosterone boosting omelette.

We will cover the key ingredients I typically use and provide a bit of info on on why they are foods that boost testosterone production.

Now bare in mind, I’m no maestro in the kitchen, so I’ll just be listing the ingredients I use as supposed to giving you a step by step recipe.

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Organic Food

Just before we get in to the list itself, I just wanted to make it clear that where possible you should opt for organic produce and ingredients.

The pesticides used on non organic vegetables and the chemicals fed to non organic animals negative impact your testosterone production and potentially your wider health.


Well an omelette isn’t an omelette without the main ingredients of eggs; and what a main ingredient they are when it comes to testosterone boosting.

Eggs are high in saturated fats & a great source of cholesterol, which are the “main building blocks” of testosterone.

The yolk is a nutritional powerhouse & source of testosterone increasing vitamins D, K2 & B12.

If you’re looking to increase your testosterone for increased muscle mass and fat loss, eggs are also a great source of protein.

So great on that level as well, for those who are looking to increase muscle mass.



I recommend using butter as supposed to a cooking oil. It is another great source of saturated fats, cholesterol and vitamin K2.

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White Button Mushrooms

White button mushrooms inhibit the production of the aromatase enzyme.

Aromatase coverts testosterone in to estrogen, so reducing levels will lead to an automatic increase in  T.

White button mushrooms are also a good source of Vitmain D which as mentioned, provide an all natural testosterone booster. 



Yes it makes your wee smell and is often paired with eggs; but it also is very effective for testosterone boosting.

This is due to its nutrient profile, asparagus is a good source of magnesium, vitamin K, vitamin B & D-aspartic acid, all which help boost T levels.

It is often overlooked; but asparagus should be included in most lists of foods that boost testosterone production.

Scallions/ Spring Onions

Spring Onions

I find they help the dish taste a bit sweeter but the benefit doesn’t stop there, they also are a great source of vitamin K.

They are are high pretty in magnesium making them an effective all natural testosterone booster.



Spinach is another testosterone boosting “power house” and should be a featured on any list of foods that boost testosterone production.

It is high in vitamin C, K & B6, it’s also high in testosterone boosting minerals Zinc & Magnesium.

Finally it is a source of indole 3 carbinol, this is an anti cancer compound that removes estrogen from the body.

So improving your testosterone to estrogen ratio as well!

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Cheddar/ Mozarella


Hard cheeses essentially have the same nutrition profile of butter, they are a great source of saturated fats, cholesterol and Vitamin K.

Plus for me, an omelette just isn’t omelette without at least a small amount of cheese! Just be careful in terms of volumes, due to the calories.



So first off, salt goes great with eggs and secondly and more importantly for this article, it can help provide an all natural testosterone booster.

There are a couple of different reasons as to why salt is effective at testosterone boosting and they are as follows.

Having a healthy amount of salt in your diet reduces cortisol production, cortisol is the stress hormone and this inhibits testosterone production.

Secondly Iodine improves the health of your thryoid, which is responsible for for hormone production. Using idodized salt increases iodine intake.

One thing I do need to highlight with salt is, I’d only suggest adding to your food if your intake of pre made/ highly processed foods is minimal.



Parsley is probably one of the more boring seasonings out their; however when it comes to testosterone production, parsley is anything but boring!

This is due to parsley being a source of apigenin a flavone which leads to greater conversion of cholesterol to free testosterone.

This is an especially good pairing with eggs, as they are an excellent source of cholesterol, as are several other foods I include in my omelette.

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I suggest opting for non salted, bacon.

I personally prefer pork, as it’s a great source of multiple testosterone boosting minerals including selenium, thiamine, Zinc, Niacin and B12.

Turkey has high levels of Zinc, selenium, niacin and B12  & l-tryptophan.

L-tryptophan aids stress relief & helps you to sleep better, reduced stress and a better nights sleep will help with testosterone production as well.

Final Thoughts & Future Articles

I hope you found this article useful, I’ll be putting together similar articles in the future so keep an eye out for them.  

If you want to know more foods that boost testosterone production, check out my big list of foods that boost testosterone production below.

Foods That Boost Testosterone Production – The Big List

Check Out My Recommended Complete Testosterone Booster Diet Plans Here

If you have any questions with regards to this article, want an idea of other testosterone boosting foods or just have questions about testosterone boosting as a whole, just drop me a comment below and I’ll get back to you.

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40 thoughts on “Foods That Boost Testosterone Production: My T Boosting Omelette”

  1. Kamil says:

    Nice post. I agree with you, but we aware of potential risk resulting from eating too much salt. It may boost production of testosteron, but if we’ll be consuming too much salt (World Health Organization recommends 5g per day) it may lead to e.g. Cardiovascular disease, Oedema or stomach cancer.

    1. Nate Stone says:

      Hi Kamil,

      I agree on the salt side of things, that is why I warned people against it, if they don’t cook with fresh ingredients. If you do cook with fresh ingredients like I do, you’ll be fine and even potentially be low in salt.

  2. Ronald Otochi says:

    Hey man, nice article. I noticed you did not include broccoli, that’s not good to boos your test? The salt part was very interesting. Personally, I rarely eat salt since a weight lifter I know recommended I use hot sauce instead of salt, not to boost my test but for more gains. I’ll have to consult with him about this.

    1. Nate Stone says:

      Hey Ronald,

      Yep you’re right broccoli is an effective testosterone booster – It is a feature in my big list of foods that boost testosterone production

      If you want to avoid salt that is fine, in that case I would consider supplementing your diet with iodine if you don’t eat much fish, as it will help keep your thyroid healthy, which will lead to increased testosterone production.

  3. Steve says:

    There are some really good suggestions here, including a few I didn’t know about such as parsley, scallions, and asparagus. My T is at the low end of normal, so I need to concentrate more on introducing these things in my diet. Will continue to read this site.

    1. Nate Stone says:

      Hi Steve,

      I’m glad you’ve found this useful. Yeah a lot of vegetables and seasonings are useful as far as testosterone production is concerned. It looks like you eat a lot of meat so you should get the right amounts of vitamin B & saturated fats. What you possibly need is a bit more of the veg I recommend to make sure you are getting all of the vitamins and minerals you need for healthy T production. You can check out my other recommended veg in this article on Foods That Boost Testosterone Production

  4. Melissa says:

    Informative article, as a woman I never paid attention to effects food has on testosterone so I found that interesting. I do think my cholesterol just went up after reading this though.

    1. Nate Stone says:

      Hi Melissa,

      I’m glad you found it interesting. It will increase your healthy HDL cholesterol and lower the LDL cholesterol so you’ll be all good on that front as well! 🙂

  5. Edward says:

    Thanks for this great article. Most mornings I eat 4 whole eggs with an ounce or 2 of cheese. It’s good to know that all of those fats will help boost my testosterone. I didn’t know that salt could help with testosterone but I will keep an eye on that because I think I usually have a little bit less salt in my daily intake.

    that’s really interesting what you said about white button mushrooms. I didn’t know they had a special feature where they inhibit the aromatase enzyme.

    this article made me think of Gaston from Beauty and the Beast. I always thought that song was funny. If you are not familiar, he sings about how he eats a lot of eggs to get strong.

    1. Nate Stone says:

      Hi Edward, 

      I’m glad you liked this article, yeah the healthy saturated fats, cholesterol and vit D in the egg yolks will help your testosterone production soar. Yep inhibiting the aromatase enzyme is important as a lot of peoples T gets converted to estrogen if this isn’t controlled. 

      I do remember the old sound about dozens of eggs lol. It would appear that Disney occasionally get it right!

  6. SeunJeremiah says:

    I find this article very helpful, I’ve always depended on testosterone supplements for a while now and most are said to be natural but I do not feel they are, I love the fact that you brought a lot of actual food that boost testosterone without having to worry about side effect , if eaten with moderation this could be one of the realest article on boosting testosterone levels naturally. Thanks alot 

    1. Nate Stone says:


      I’m glad you found the article useful. Yes I would recommend looking at your diet and lifestyle prior to supplements or anything else. Supplements are literally supposed to replace or top up what is missing in your diet, so I don’t usually recommend the testosterone boosting supplement brands on the market. I do however recommend supplementing with certain vitamins, minerals and proteins if you are lacking them in your diet. You can find out more about the testosterone boosting supplements I recommend here

  7. Jordan Smith says:

    The reduction of testosterone has a very serious impact on man, not only in the physical dimension, but also on the emotional and psychological field as well. From your article and other articles I’ve read, I realize nutrition is extremely important in achieving an increase in testosterone production. But the problem many people have is that they are not being able to follow a strict diet program excluding any unhealthy food and preventing any wrong moves. Perhaps they didn’t see how important those foods can be, hence the reason for posts such as this (to provide a much needed insight. Thanks for taking time to write on this Nate 

    1. Nate Stone says:

      Hi Jordan, 

      You’re correct having lower testosterone levels negatively impacts your health both physically and mentally. Yeah your diet and lifestyle are the easiest places to start in terms of improving your T health and agreed people don’t always find it easy to stick to a strict diet. If people start making a few changes like this one, it will be a step in the right direction though and have quite a powerful impact on your T levels alone.

  8. George says:

    Hello Nate. As I am on an almost vegan diet (can’t ditch honey yet because of coughing), I am eating salt everyday and spinach every so often.

    I try to eat as much organic food as possible because I have eaten enough chemicals to make a song out of it!

    I’m glad I stumbled into your article and I hope I see more in the future! Have a nice day.

    1. Nate Stone says:

      Hi George,

      I’ll be honest, being on a vegan diet will make it difficult to have healthy testosterone production. There are veg and fruit that you can include in your diet which will help keep your levels up, I suggest you start with veg, you can see the main ones I recommend in this Foods That Lower Testosterone: Why Avoid Vegetable Oils

      Organic foods are also very important as far as testosterone production is concerned, eating organic foods will help keep T levels up and your wider health.

  9. Henderson says:

    I see you have spoken about salt here but I understand that salt is probably one of the many ways to get cardiovascular disease. One wouldn’t want to get a disease by trying to aladd some testosterone tight. Overall I think this is a good post and I didn’t know about some other foods that you have added here in this post like parsley, scallions, and asparagus. Thank you so much for the educative post. Stay healthy!

    1. Nate Stone says:

      Hey Henderson,

      Your body needs salt for healthy thyroid functioning. The issue is the amount of added salts to “ready made” and processed foods like crisps, ready meals, luncheon meats, pizzas etc.

      If you prepare all your food yourself from scratch (which I do) then you will need the added salt. if you eat a lot of ready made salt, you’re correct, I would leave the salt out of the recipe.

  10. Shelley says:

    Can I please get a substitution for salt on this list because i don’t eat it much again. Thanks for sharing all oif these foods that can help boost testosterone and I’d be really glad to keep making use of all of them. It is really disheartening to know that very little things are the cause of the drop or decrease in our testosterone and getting all these natural foods like this to counter it would be the wisest choice to take. Great tips. Thank you

    1. Nate Stone says:

      Hi Shelley,

      If you have high salt already or eat lots of pre made foods (which have lots of added salts) I’d swap the salt for black pepper, if not I’d recommend leaving the salt as it is required for a healthy thyroid function.

      Yep, sadly a lot of foods and chemicals lower testosterone production and ruin our hormone balance as a whole! Preparing these types of meals with as many organic ingredients is ideal to boost testosterone production.

  11. Steve says:

    This is a really nice post! The combination of ingredients sounds delicious. I was wondering if you might be able to provide instructions on how to make the omelet. Do you cook the veggies at all before assembling your omelet or do you leave them pretty raw? I am with you on the organic food idea as well. It might be more expensive, but I think it is worth the trade-off when considering the chemicals that you are ingesting and the toll it can take on your health. 

    Thanks for writing this!

    1. Nate Stone says:

      Hi Steve,

      Sure, I break 4/5 whole eggs add in the seasoning (salt & parsley) the whisk the whole lot together. I then chop in the vegetables raw, fry that mix while I cook the bacon separately. I then add the cooked back and grated cheese at the end and cook for another 5 minutes or so.

      Yep in my opinion organic food is definitely best and the trade off against the price is well worth it. Not only are organic, foods that boost testosterone production but they are far better for your health as a whole!

  12. Dane says:

    So far i have seen over 10 men who complain about having low level of testosterone and are feeling really bad about it because they have used so many drug and supplements that isn’t giving the required result and gets them really pissed. Looking at these really nice and natural stuffs that can be used makes me really happy because no one would go to using drugs that can cause some side effects to them. Thanks for sharing.

    1. Nate Stone says:

      Hey Dane,

      Yep the problem is a lot of these men have a high concentration of enzymes like aromatase which converts testosterone it to estrogen. So regardless of how much you artificially increase testosterone a load of it still becomes estrogen in this scenario.

      That is why looking at foods that boost testosterone, are better, as they will address things like the aromatase enzyme being in your system. Lifestyle changes are definitely the best first, port of call.

  13. SeunJeremiah says:

    This post is filled with lots of information on boosting testosterone, it’s good to know the food one eat affect your testosterone levels heavily. and I’m definitely looking to reap all the benefits associated with increased testosterone, henceforth I’ll make sure my diet will be the most important factor daily. Thanks for sharing this informative post.

    1. Nate Stone says:

      Hi Seun, 

      I’m glad you found this useful!

      Yes there are lots of foods that boost testosterone production, your diet is one of (if not the) most important element of your life when it comes to testosterone production. If you need any more help with regards to testosterone and diet, check out these foods that boost testosterone production articles

  14. Renee says:

    What a fantastic article! About a year ago I went to a nutritionist who was phenomenal. Eggs were (and still are) part of my protein enriched diet, along with lean red meat. I was astonished how the weight fell off and my muscles developed – I have no idea if this had to do with increased testosterone levels (no facial hair of chest hair yet, so I think I am safe).

    My salt intake also had to increase, but as you stated in your article, if you are eating organic healthy foods, the intake of salt does not increase.

    I will certainly be back for more health tips.

    Thank you so much

    1. Nate Stone says:

      Hi Renee,

      I’m glad you found this article useful, yes egg have many great properties including being foods that boost testosterone production, so they are great additions to your diet in any form.

      Yep increased testosterone production would play a part in the increased muscle mass and becoming leaner. As a women your testosterone should never get too high without chemical interference or you having some kind of thyroid issue.

      Spot on regarding the salt as long as you are preparing your own meals, your salt intake will be far lower and you will need to include salt in your cooking.

      Yeah please do come back and check out my tips.

  15. JJ says:

    Hi Nate. Very interesting information. My husband loves to make omelette for breakfast and he uses some of your suggestions here. From time to time he experiments with a variety of ingredients to make a satisfying meal. I prefer smoothies. I showed him this article and he said he would add the parsley, the mushroom and the butter. He sometimes adds spinach and broccoli but he would skip the asparagus. Thank you for the information which will show him other things to add that will enhance his T.

    1. Nate Stone says:

      Hey JJ, 

      I’m glad you found this article useful! 

      Omelette is a great start to the day especially from a testosterone production perspective! Yeah get him to add a few more of the foods that I mention. If smoothies are more your thing, I’ll soon be publishing an article of the smoothie I have, which includes loads of foods that boost testosterone production, so keep an eye out for that! 

  16. WA rocks! says:

    Thank you and I think your article should be on the first page of Google when people search for a testosterone boosting omelette. A lot of people out there are looking for tips to boost their testosterone, and I hope they find your website to get your helpful guidance. I never knew that scallions would be so good for your testosterone, but now I know! I will definitely put them in my next omelette.

    1. Nate Stone says:

      Hey WA, 

      Thanks hopefully it soon will be at the top of google for testosterone boosting omelette results! 

      I’m glad you found this useful. Yep the vitamin K & magnesium content, make they are a great way to boost testosterone production. Yeah do chuck scallions in to your next omelette!

  17. Chuck says:

    I clicked through to your testosterone booster diet plans and I really appreciate the advice. I’ve always thought parsley is delicious, and I’m glad it boosts your testosterone too. I did not know that cholesterol can be converted into testosterone. You are really an expert on the subject, and I will keep up with your blog in order to keep getting good tips from you. I like to work out so I always want to boost my testosterone.

    1. Nate Stone says:

      Hi Chuck, 

      I’m glad you found this article useful!

      Yep Parsley is great for testosterone production and I suppose someone has to find it delicious 😉 

      Yep cholesterol is the main building block for testosterone, so anything that is a good source of healthy HDL cholesterol (coconut oil, butter, steak etc.) are certainly foods that boost testosterone production.

  18. Edward says:

    This will be a great omelette because the cholesterol helps convert into testosterone and also you don’t have a lot of sugar because insulin blocks the testosterone. I will share this around to my friends because we are on a soccer team and even just a slight boost in testosterone could help our game. Testosterone is good because it gives you more energy and strength. What do you think is the best testosterone boosting supplement? Do they really work?

    1. Nate Stone says:

      Hi Edward, 

      Spot on the cholesterol from the eggs certainly does boost testosterone production, as cholesterol is the building block for testosterone. 

      Yep it is low in sugar which means no insulin spike and insulin spikes are one of the things that suppress T production. 

      It certainly should help with your athletic performance, higher T means greater energy, confidence, reflexes, reaction times and strength, so you team will definitely benefit! 

      Most of the “testosterone boosting” supplements aren’t that effective, as they contain vitamins, minerals, enzymes etc, which help with T production; but these are pointless if your body already has sufficient. You’re better off supplementing with vitamins and minerals that you are likely low in, for example most people in the West are low in magnesium, vitamin D and B vitamins.

      These are supplements that I would recommend, you can actually check out my testosterone boosting supplements here!

  19. C says:

    How long do you think it will take to start seeing results from this omelette? I could eat this entire omelette with all of the foods in it every morning. When can I look out for in order to tell when my testosterone has been boosted? I am just a pretty average guy, I work in an office and I want to have more testosterone so I feel more confident around women. I think if I had more testosterone and then I should go on a date and meet a woman.

    1. Nate Stone says:

      Hey C, 

      After a couple of weeks of eating that omelette on a daily basis, you should see a testosterone boost. On top of that to truly see more impressive results, I’d advise lifting more weights and cutting down on sugar, these simple steps will help you greatly increase your testosterone production. 

      Like you say, having higher T should help increase your confidence, assertiveness, make you leaner and more muscular, all which should help on the lady front 😉

  20. Mohammad says:

    To be honest, my diet is not good for the gym! I am going to the gym for around 2 months now after stopping for 2 years. I am trying to fix my diet as it was and still the worst out there. However, I always add eggs, spinach, meat or chicken and some rice or bread.

    I loved your post about all these ingredients to boost testosterone. But do you have a good plan for people that don’t have enough time to cook or even eat that much?

    1. Nate Stone says:

      Hey Mohammad,

      If you don’t have the time cook it is a difficult one, if you need easy and quick to prepare meals, that include foods that boost testosterone production and will help with gym performance, I suggest you check out this Keto Resource ReviewKeto Resource ReviewKeto Resource Review

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