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« on: December 01, 2015, 06:49:28 pm »
Can Red Wine Boost Testosterone Levels Naturally? ;)
February 1, 2015
By First to Know

It’s what puts hair on a man’s chest and can also assist in building bigger, stronger muscles fairly quickly. It’s the force behind a guy’s sex drive and may be the reason why, as they age, they feel weaker, and perhaps a little less able to perform as they did when they were younger.

It’s called testosterone, and after 30 men can experience a slight decline in their levels. This is why men are often looking for ways to boost testosterone levels naturally — and, fortunately, there are solutions.

According research recently published in Nutrition Journal, quercetin — a compound in red wine — can both inhibit the way the hormone is excreted, as well as increase the level of it circulating within the body.

Testosterone is usually eliminated from the body through urine by way of an enzyme called UGT2B17 that attaches molecules to testosterone so that it can get rid of it. The quercetin in red wine seems to block UGT2B17, which elevates T levels in the bloodstream and keeps it from leaving the body.

Researchers aren’t sure yet if drinking a couple glasses of wine a day will ensure that T levels will soar sky high or increase vitality, but they do recommend not indulging in alcohol too frequently. Men who have the tendency of drinking too much end up having decreased levels of testosterone, not to mention other negative health problems.

If you’re not a wine drinker, there are other options for increasing your natural testosterone.

There are testosterone supplements that reportedly increase a man’s free testosterone levels. You can also take advantage of a T boost from these natural foods.

Oysters: Protein, magnesium, lots of zinc

Lean Beef: Protein, iron, magnesium, zinc, saturated fat

Beans: Protein, fiber, zinc

Poultry: Protein and little fat

Eggs: Protein and cholesterol

Cottage Cheese: (1% Milk Fat)Protein with very little fat

Broccoli: Indole-3-carbinol, fiber

Cabbage: Indole-3-carbinol, fiber

Brussels Sprouts: Indole-3-carbinol, fiber

Garlic: Allicin

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