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Testosterone in men has been decreasing in recent years. However, it is not just lifestyle that causes it.

Due to the increase in hormone disruptors that are used on agricultural products, the decrease in fat consumption and mineral profile in food, as well as the decrease in protein consumption, the body is unable to naturally synthesize the correct amount of testosterone needed on a daily basis. Combine this decrease in raw material with the increase in pseudo estrogenic compounds, and increase in daily stress exposure, you get the perfect storm to create extremely deficient men starting at the gestational level inside the womb.

Now, while you can not help what conditions you were born into, you can change your current genetic expression to increase your testosterone output.

Your daily dietary intake of saturate fats, especially from animal sources, should be around 60g. And, your mineral intake should focus on high iron, zinc, and magnesium foods. Oysters, muscles, bone marrow, and organ meat is perfect for this.

Protein intake should be around 80-100g per day, again from animal sources primarily if possible. A good recipe I try to get young men to follow if they are low in testosterone is this.

  • 4 whole eggs - for cholesterol.
  • 2 tbsp vitamin rich butter.
  • 1 tbsp of ferment cod liver oil.
  • 1 cup of raw almonds - vitamin E
  • 2-3 brazil nuts - selenium and magnesium
  • 1lb of high fat meat, preferable red meat but pork is a good cheap option.

Thanks to BiotechFarmer for his contribution to this section.

bunker/health.txt · Last modified: 2022/03/06 07:51 by