Micronutrients (vitamins and minerals) are necessary catalysts and co-factors in nearly all of the bodily metabolic processes. This obviously includes all of the key functions of the human endocrine system, such as; testosterone synthesis, thyroid hormone synthesis, sperm production, and the like.

Deficiency in any of the key vitamins or minerals can severely suppress your body's ability to produce testosterone, and in the articles below, we examine the importance of micronutrients on testosterone production, men's health, and overall basic bodily functions...

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5 Foods High in Zinc that Fit a Testosterone Boosting Diet

By Ali Kuoppala | 08/06/2016 | 3 Comments
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Zinc is an extremely important mineral for testosterone and thyroid hormone production, studies constantly show how deficiency can slash the levels of total and -free testosterone, as well as T3 and T4 thyroid hormones, restoration of zinc is able to rapidly restore these crucial hormones. The RDA for zinc is set to around 15mg/day for…

Choline and Testosterone: Why You Must Avoid A Choline Deficiency

By Ali Kuoppala | 18/05/2016 | 2 Comments
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Why do you feel so run down, exhausted, irritable, and unmotivated?  Why do you feel as if you are stuck in a persistent brain fog? Is it stress? Fatigue? Depression?  It could be all of the above and this could be caused by a choline deficiency leading to lowered levels of testosterone and decreased overall brain and…

Magnesium and Testosterone: More Free-T with Mg Supplementation?

By Ali Kuoppala | 15/05/2016 | 18 Comments
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Magnesium is the 11th most-abundant mineral in the human body, and it controls more than 300 bodily functions, along with hundreds of enzyme functions. Most people associate the mineral only with bone and heart health, but it’s so much more than just for the heart and bones… …You see magnesium is also the primary electrolyte…

Zinc and Testosterone: The Master Mineral of The Endocrine System

By Ali Kuoppala | 11/05/2016 | 21 Comments
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Zinc is one of the 24 essential minerals needed for human survival. The human body can’t synthesize its own – nor does it have a storage system for it – so you must get adequate amounts of zinc through foods or dietary supplementation daily. It’s involved in numerous actions of the cellular metabolism, upregulates more…

Boron and Testosterone: Cheap and Unpopular Trace Mineral with Proven T Boosting Benefits

By Ali Kuoppala | 25/10/2015 | 31 Comments
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There are multiple micronutrients (vitamins and minerals) that contribute to testosterone synthesis, such as: vitamins A, C, D, K2, zinc, magnesium, iodine, calcium, etc… …But what is often left unmentioned is the trace mineral boron. When in fact it’s the boron that currently holds the most impressive results on natural T production in terms of…