One 85g serving contains 28 per cent of your daily intake of vitamin D. The D, the vitamin, is a critical nutrient for healthy T levels, which is important for the D, the organ.
One of the best ways to boost testosterone and reproductive health is to be lean. Beans, a high-fibre carb, help control blood-sugar levels and keep you fuller longer.
High in fibre and heart-healthy fats, avocados lower your LDL cholesterol and promote blood-vessel function, including the plumbing for your erection.
Just two of these shellfish satisfy your daily intake of zinc, a mineral that’s vital for maintaining healthy testosterone levels, as well as sperm numbers and motility.
This leafy green houses a range of vitamins and minerals, including magnesium, a key nutrient for sustaining healthy testosterone levels as you age. Eat it daily.
6. SPROUTED GRAIN BREAD
Men who eat a diet rich in inflammation-fighting whole grains are less likely to suffer from ED.
Salmon contains vitamin D, selenium and magnesium – all of which are necessary to support testosterone levels and healthy sperm.
8. BOK CHOY
Cruciferous veggies like bok choy (and cabbage and broccoli) contain glucobrassicin, a compound that helps your body clear excess oestrogen. That can help boost your sex drive.