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6 Sea Foods That Boost Testosterone Production

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So What Are The Main Sea Foods That Boost Testosterone?

Read On To Find Out!

If you’re a fan of seafood/ fish and are aiming to get a natural testosterone booster.

Then good news you’re going to learn what the main fish & sea foods are that boost testosterone production.

Oysters

Plate of oysters

Oysters are known to be a powerful aphrodisiac, this is mostly due being high in testosterone boosting Zinc!

Just two average size oysters provides you with your recommended daily Zinc amounts.

Oysters are also a very good source of testosterone boosting vitamin B12, selenium, magnesium and D-aspartic acid.

Oysters are a firm feature on most lists of foods that boost testosterone production.

They are also one of my top 10 foods to boost testosterone. You can check out the others included in that list in my article below.

My Top 10 Testosterone Boosting Foods

Tuna

tuna

Tuna is one of the most commonly consumed fish globally.

It is an effective natural testosterone booster due to the high levels of Vitamin D and the good levels of Omega 3.

Tuna is such a good source of vitamin D that an average size single serving provides you with your recommended daily amount of vitamin D.

Check out My Big List Of Testosterone Boosting Foods Here

Lobster

lobster

Lobsters are a great source of testosterone boosting minerals, Selenium, Zinc and Magnesium.

A good source of the natural testosterone boosters vitamin B12, omega-3 fatty acids which reduce inflammation.

They are also a source of cholesterol one of the key building blocks of testosterone production.

Salmon

Plate of salmon

Another commonly eaten fish among the “fancier” of you and certainly a treat for those of us who are less “posh”.

Salmon is considered food that boosts testosterone production due to its good levels of selenium, vitamin B12 and omega-3 fatty acids content.

Check out My Big List Of Testosterone Boosting Foods Here

Cod

cod

Cod is probably the most commonly consumed fish in the west, it doesn’t have a common nutrition profile.

It’s good source of the natural testosterone booster niacin (not that easy to get in your diet), our old testosterone boosting friend Vitamin B-12.

Cod is also a good source of vitamin C which reduces inflammation for increased T.

Cod is also a good source of another recurring hero Omega 3 which also reduces inflammation for a natural testosterone booster.

That is why omega 3 is one of the Testosterone Boosting Supplements I Recommend if you don’t get much fish in your diet.

Crab

Plate of cooked crab

A very good source of testosterone increasing minerals including selenium, magnesium and not so easily gained sodium.

It is also a reasonable source of another T boosting mineral in Zinc.

Crab is also a good source of B vitamins and omega-3 fatty acids, leading to it being an efficient natural testosterone booster.

Check out My Big List Of Foods That Boost Testosterone Production Here

Final Thoughts

I hope you have found this article on fish and sea food to boost testosterone production useful.

I just wanted to highlight that I’ve picked out some of the more commonly eaten fish and sea food.

There are a lot of others I haven’t mentioned that have a very similar nutritional profile to the foods that boost testosterone listed.

Hopefully it is clear why their nutritional profile makes them foods to boost testosterone and why fish is great addition to your diet for anyone looking for a natural testosterone booster.

If you have any queries in regard to this article want to know what more of my top 10 testosterone boosting foods are; or just want some advice in regard to testosterone production as a whole, just drop me a comment below and I’ll get back to you.

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12 thoughts on “6 Sea Foods That Boost Testosterone Production”

  1. Good day dearest
    Sea food is the healthiest ever. I would love to congratulate you for choosing the best.

    Regards
    Aune

    1. Nate Stone says:

      Hi Aune,

      Seafood certainly is up there! If you’re interested in other things to add to your diet for increased testosterone levels, check out this article on foods that boost testosterone production

  2. Eric says:

    I love seafood cooked or in sushi form. It’s great to know that it can boost testosterone, do you suggest eating any of this before a workout or after? 

    The reason I ask is that my energy level is always down and I feel maybe it has something to do with my testosterone.

    1. Nate Stone says:

      Hey Eric,

      Eating before and after both benefit you in terms being able to boost testosterone for improved workout performance/ results. If you find yourself low on exergy prior to a workout, I’d actually advise a magnesium supplement, it helps increase T production but helps your body in a multitude of ways and you will feel more energetic for it.

  3. Zak says:

    I knew seafood was a good source of protein as part of a healthy diet when trying to build muscle, but I wasn’t aware of it’s properties in boosting testosterone production. I know fresh would probably taste better, but I wonder if frozen seafood has the same benefits or if any minerals are lost in the process? Also, is there a best way to cook or eat them to keep the properties intact? Thanks for the great info!

    1. Nate Stone says:

      Hi Zak,

      Yep seafood is a great source of nutrients that help boost testosterone production. Frozen seafood should still be ok in terms of nutrients although it may not be quite as good as fresh.

      ideally you want to cook at a very low temperature, the same goes for all foods, that helps maintain as much of the nutrients as possible.

  4. Selenity Jade says:

    Excellent article on testosterone boosting seafoods!  I knew oysters were considered an aphrodisiac, of course.  That said, I cannot believe this as fact yet because oysters are soo nasty!  BLEH!  I’m not much of a seafood fan, but even non-seafood eaters can enjoy tuna or salmon added to their diets, right?  I’m not a huge salmon fan, but it’s one of the few fish I could stand outside of tuna of course.  Thanks for the article.  It was interesting!

    1. Nate Stone says:

      Hi Selenity,

      I’m glad you found the article useful!

      Yeah I’m not a fan of the taste of oysters but the high Zinc levels alone boost testosterone and get engines revving so to speak.

      Yeah I’m not the biggest fish/ seafood fan in the world but they are definitely foods that boost testosterone production, with salmon and tuna being the more palatable.

  5. Chloe says:

    These are really nice suggestion I must say. Most guys when encountered with such problem go timid and down about it which result to low self esteem and some would go for drugs. For me natural meals and supplements are the best and these ones here in this post are really nice. I’ll urge everyone with low testosterone level to try these suggestions. Thanks for sharing. 

    1. Nate Stone says:

      Hi Chloe,

      I’m glad you appreciate it what I’m trying to do.

      yep looking at supplements and foods that boost testosterone production are the best ways to go, yeah please do advise anyone looking to increase/ optimise their testosterone levels to check out my site as well.

  6. Justin Crowley says:

    I have always heard that seafood is a great nutritional food packed with vitamins and omega-3 fatty acids but I wasn’t aware how well it naturally boosts testosterone.

    The only issue I keep hearing about seafood besides there being less and less of it in the ocean is that tuna has a lot of mercury. Got to be careful will tuna.

    Thanks for the info.!

    Justin

    1. Nate Stone says:

      Hi Justin,

      Yeah you do need to be careful of the mercury, if your planning to have a diet heavy in seafood I’d advise keeping it varied and not heavily eating tuna as you rightfully point out.

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