December 8, 2022


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10 Foods That DELETE Your Testosterone (AVOID THESE)

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10 Surprising Foods That Are Destroying Your Testosterone. Stress is a major factor that contributes to low T levels. In much the same way certain foods dutifully increase an individual`s testosterone levels, other foods also suck up all your T stores before you can even flex your bicep.


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In a nutshell:

Flaxseeds, for example, can destroy your testosterone. Stay tuned to discover what other foods unexpectedly possess testosterone-killing abilities.

Glycyrrhizic acid, a concentrated substance found in licorice, inhibits testosterone by neutralizing a certain enzyme that stimulates the production of testosterone. Naturally dense with polyunsaturated fats (PUFAs), vegetable oils are another example of a testosterone crusher food. Certain polyunsaturated fatty acids as well as monounsaturated ones are linked to low T levels. That said, due to their high lignan content, flaxseeds can adversely affect testosterone levels in a couple of ways.

Based on a study, males who have large sugar consumption have a greater chance of T levels. As calming as a mint tea can be, the menthol on it can sadly kill your testosterone hormones. Some nuts like walnuts and almonds boost levels of SHBG, a substance that binds to testosterone, neutralizing its androgenic effects. Microwave popcorn often contains perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA), which has been linked to lower T levels in animal studies.

Also, microwave popcorn is usually high in calories and unhealthy fats, two components that also contribute to lower testosterone levels. Soy foods are rich in phytoestrogens, which are compounds physically and functionally similar to the estrogen hormone. So, it may be good to avoid or eat only moderate amounts of soy products especially if your T levels are already low. As we`ve mentioned briefly at the start, these are also certain foods that boost the T levels.


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