How The Foods We Eat Influence Testosterone Production.

October 9, 2016


Testosterone Production Can Be Heavily Influenced By Your Diet.

Improving Your Diet May Lead To Tremendous Results In The Gym As Well As Your Life....

Low T can be boosted with tuna and diet at NovaGenix, Low T therapy in Palm Beach in Jupiter, Florida

Finding natural ways to increase male hormonal production is a very interesting area to research. Everyone claims to have sure fire ways in boost their T levels. As it turns out the process varies from one person to the next but the science behind it is pretty sound. A significant role in the production oftestosterone will be found with the foods we eat. This is undeniable. Specifically, what’s IN thefoods we eat as in the micro and macro nutrients we consume. The glands that produce testosterone are dependent upon certainminerals such as magnesium and zinc, to name a few. We also need things like cholesterolfor our Leydig cells to begin testosterone production, (Leydig cells produce testosterone in the presence of LH, or luteinizinghormone). Other foods, like broccoli and cauliflowerhave been shown to help remove estrogen from our body, which lowertestosterone levels. Too much estrogen in a male's body can increase secondary female sexual characteristics. There are many supplements out on the market that claim to have these benefits but often their claims have not been evaluated or approved by the FDA. 

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A balanced diet is important but if your goal is toincrease your T levels, you would need to make a few simple adjustments to giveyour body the fuel it needs to function at a more optimal level for thatpurpose. Increasing fat and cholesterol intake will be useful for this purposeas well as increasing the amount of Vitamin D rich foods you consume. Omega-3 fatty acids and fish oils are also beneficial for the production of testosterone, and foodssuch as olive oil, fatty fish like salmon and tuna as well as avocado are goodsources.It must be noted that there is a fine line between increasing one's fat consumptiona nd over indulgence. 

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 It’s not just WHAT you eat but it's also what you DON'T  eat. For example,caffeine consumption can raise cortisol levels which will limit the productionof testosterone. Cortisol is also released when we are stressed, so too much stress can have the same effect as too much coffee or energy drinks. Also, avoiding unnecessary sugar, which is often found in high levels within our soft drinks, like Gatorade and juices. Limiting these can play a significant role in increasing T-Levels.  For more detailed information on how you can naturally boostyour testosterone levels, go to and sign up under the contactpage for more tips and ways to feel better and live a healthier lifestyle. Oremail us at and wewill get back to you soon with an answer to your questions or call us at 561-277-8260.

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This subsequent lab panel is necessary for males undergoing Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT) through NovaGenix Health and Wellness. It allows physicians to assess the patient's response to prescribed medications, covering sex hormone levels, thyroid function, adrenal health, hematocrit, and liver and kidney function. The panel includes tests such as:

  • Complete Blood Count
  • Comprehensive Metabolic Panel
  • Testosterone (Free and Total)
  • Estradiol Sensitive
  • Thyroid Stimulating Hormone
  • Prostate Specific Antigen

Each test serves a specific purpose in monitoring overall health and treatment effectiveness. When required, Dr Mackey may require LH and FSH (Luteinizing hormone, follicle stimulating hormone) SHBG (Sex hormone binding globulin) or any other tests which may be important for your health and optimizing your hormones.

The Comprehensive Hormone and Wellness Panel for Women offers a foundational assessment of sex hormones, thyroid function, adrenal health, metabolic activity, and overall well-being. This panel serves as a diagnostic tool for identifying testosterone and estrogen deficiencies, assessing health risks, and detecting potential thyroid issues before considering hormone replacement therapy. Additionally, it includes insights into hematocrit (red blood cell volume), as well as liver and kidney function. The panel encompasses various tests such as:

  • Complete Blood Count (CBC)
  • Complete Metabolic Panel
  • Testosterone (free and total)
  • Estradiol
  • Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH)
  • Progesterone

When indicated, Dr. Mackey may require additional tests such as Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH), and IGF-1 and Cortisol.

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