10 Everyday Foods That LOWER Your Testosterone!
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Culinary Choices That CUT Testosterone
Dr. Michael Hurd discovered an enzyme aromatase that converts testosterone to estrogen. The upside to not eating these first five foods is that they are typically the ones that make you fat. Research has also shown that by reducing your body fat percentage you can actually increase your testosterone production (and lower risk for specific diseases). By lowering body fat percentage, you can increase testosterone production.
6. Flax – it’s a lignan which binds with testosterone to be excreted from the body
7. Soy – it’s a phytoestrongen that mimics estrogen
8. Licorice – 26% drop in testosterone levels
9. Pistachios – phytosterols are the cause
10. Beer – increases cortisol which causes testosterone goes down and also contains phytoestrogens