NUTRITION

Healthy nutrition is the cornerstone of men's health and hormone optimization. If you are not in the utmost genetic elite, you simply cannot have optimal testosterone levels without adhering to the core basics of nutrition for testosterone production.

Don't worry though, the way to eat for increased testosterone production, is not complicated. It all comes down to adjusting your caloric intake, setting up macronutrient goals that best suit your situation, and then choosing the right pro-testosterone foodstuffs over the kind that can prove to be harmful for endocrine health. In the articles below, we teach you just that, and much more...

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The Only 3 Foods You Need to Cover your Daily Needs of all the B-Complex Vitamins (and they’re Testosterone Friendly too)…

By Ali Kuoppala | October 18, 2016 | 3 Comments
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There are 8 different water-soluble vitamins that are commonly categorized as “B vitamins”. Vitamin B1 (thiamine) Vitamin B2 (riboflavin) Vitamin B3 (niacin) Vitamin B5 (panthothenic acid) Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine) Vitamin B7 (biotin) Vitamin B9 (folic acid) Vitamin B12 (cyanocobalomin) The body uses the vitamins from the B complex in various functions, including the production of metabolic energy,…

3 Scientifically-Proven Ways on How Intermittent Fasting can Improve Cognitive Functions

By Ali Kuoppala | September 19, 2016 | Comments Off on 3 Scientifically-Proven Ways on How Intermittent Fasting can Improve Cognitive Functions
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There are some impressive benefits that can be achieved with short-term (intermittent) fasting. Such as; improved insulin sensitivity, increased androgen sensitivity, better food control, and significantly increased 24-hour growth hormone levels. One of the less discussed benefits of IF is its ability to improve cognitive functions naturally and for, well, free. Here are three research-backed…

5 Foods that Improve Insulin Sensitivity and Reduce Insulin Resistance Naturally

By Ali Kuoppala | September 11, 2016 | Comments Off on 5 Foods that Improve Insulin Sensitivity and Reduce Insulin Resistance Naturally

Insulin has been heavily demonized in the media as of late, when in reality, it increases testosterone production, promotes muscle protein synthesis, and prevents hyperglycemic neuronal toxicity. It is when your body isn’t sensitive towards insulin that you run into problems with weight gain, high blood sugar, and water retention, and eventually type 2 diabetes. Simply…

5 Fermented Probiotic Foods you Should be Eating Frequently for Superior Health

By Ali Kuoppala | September 7, 2016 | Comments Off on 5 Fermented Probiotic Foods you Should be Eating Frequently for Superior Health

Probiotics occur naturally in fermented foods. They provide health benefits to the consumer through displacing the “bad gut bacteria” with more of the better ones. The vast list of scientifically proven probiotic benefits includes things like: increased testosterone levels, reduced stress and anxiety, improved gut health and heightened immunity. An easy way to get more…

5 Brain Foods for Naturally Better Memory, Learning, Attention, and Focus

By Ali Kuoppala | September 7, 2016 | Comments Off on 5 Brain Foods for Naturally Better Memory, Learning, Attention, and Focus
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While there’s lots of discussion about brain boosting supplements (nootropics, smart drugs, etc), many forget that some naturally occurring foods are awesome for improving cognitive functions. They hold within crucial micronutrients that nourish the complex functions of the brain, provide building blocks for neurotransmitters, and provide metabolic energy for our bodies most important organ. Below…

Nuts and Testosterone: Do they Increase or Decrease T Levels or Does it Even Matter?

By Ali Kuoppala | August 10, 2016 | 1 Comment
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Oh nuts. The tasty nutrient rich fat bombs. Are they good or bad for testosterone production though? That’s the flaming question we (for some reason) get asked a lot. The answer is yes, and then also no. Whether nuts increase or decrease (or make no difference) on your testosterone levels, is obviously dependent on the…