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How to Increase Testosterone Naturally (The Most Important Tip)

by Dejan Antic | Follow Dejan on Twitter

***Inside a gym locker***

Gym Rat: Psssst! Hey bro, you need some gear?

You: Say what?

Gym Rat: Steroids man, you need some steroids?

You: What for?

Gym Rat: You know, to increase your testosterone and muscle mass.

You: Nah thanks man, I’m good. I know how to boost my testosterone naturally.

Now, I don’t really know if that’s how steroid dealers seek out new clients, but one thing’s for sure … you don’t need to buy strange pills from shady guys, to increase your testosterone levels.

All it takes is smart training, sound sleeping habits and a not-so-secret secret tip.

What’s the secret tip?

Read on to find out.

What is Testosterone and Why it is Good For You

Testosterone is your main male sex hormone, which is primarily responsible for growth and development of your sexual tissues.

And while sexual maturation is cool and whatnot, most guys are interested in testosterone, because it allows them to build bigger pecs and bulging biceps—just what the ladies like.

So, around 95% of your testosterone is produced in your testes, and the rest of it is produced by your adrenal glands.

The production of testosterone is a really a complex biological process, so I’m not going to bore you with details right now. With that said though, here’s the Cliffsnotes version, of how testosterone is made.

Basically, when your testes, a.k.a. your balls, get the message from your brain that it’s time to ramp up your testosterone production, your testicles start to use cholesterol—yes, you read that right, CHOLESTEROL!—to make testosterone. The testosterone is then released into your body, where it’s used for a bunch of cool stuff, like:

  • building new muscle mass,
  • making your bones stronger,
  • improving your sex drive,
  • burning body fat,
  • and making you feel god damn awesome.

The Testosterone Delusion

Like I said, testosterone builds muscle mass, fast. That’s why professional bodybuilders inject themselves with testosterone produced in labs (a.k.a. steroids) to gain more muscle mass than it’s naturally possible.

So, testosterone is great, but there’s a problem.

Due to our shitty lifestyles—crappy diets combined with too much stress and lack of movement—and the anti-cholesterol/anti-fat propaganda in the media, there’s now an epidemic of men, with low testosterone levels.

I’m talking about 25 year-old guys with the same testosterone levels as 80 year-old farts, who have diabetes.

And what’s worse, when these guys get tested for their testosterone levels and they come up resulting as on the brink of hypogonadism, which is the medical term for messed up testosterone levels, their doctors tell them something like:

“Well, I see you’re barely within normal range, but the numbers are still OK, so I guess you’re fine!”

Are you kidding me?

Having testosterone levels as an 80 year old grandpa, when you’re at the peak of your adulthood, can’t be FINE.

I strongly recommend that you go check your testosterone levels to see where you’re at.

So, I know the situation looks grim, but fret not, for there is hope.

For boosting your testosterone levels is easy, if you know what you’re doing.

It can be done with this one simple, but often overlooked tip.

How to Increase Testosterone Naturally

Ok, first of all, let’s throw the usual advice out of the window.

We all know that strength training and sound sleeping habits help you produce more testosterone. If you’re not lifting weights and sleeping like mother nature wants you to, then you’re shooting yourself in the foot, big time. I don’t think I need to emphasize that.

But today, I want to talk about a special tip. A tip that rarely gets mentioned by the fitness gurus, let alone the media.

So, what’s this super-secret tip?

Here it is …

EAT MORE SATURATED FATS.

Haha, I can already hear the sound of alarm going on in your head.

“But isn’t like saturated fat really bad for your health, especially for your heart!?!”

No, it’s not. Let me tell you why.

You need saturated fats to live a healthy life, since most of your cell membrane and your brain is made out of saturated fats. Furthermore, studies have shown that a higher fat intake is correlated with higher testosterone levels.

So now the question is, which foods come jam-packed with saturated fats?

Simple, foods from animal sources, like:
Chicken Gainz

  • Eggs
  • Fatty cuts of meat
  • Butter

My favorite are eggs. They’re also full with good cholesterol and they’re delicious to eat.

I actually bought 15 chickens, in order to have a steady supply of fresh, organic eggs. If I’m going to eat a ton of eggs, I might as well make sure that they’re top notch quality.

Take it a Step Further (Testosterone I/O)

While researching the topic of testosterone, I came across a really awesome resource called Testosterone I/O.

It’s written by Christopher Walker, a friend of mine, who went from having almost zero testosterone (11 ng/dL) due to a brain tumor, to having 1200 ng/dL—if my math is right, that’s a 10,000% increase in testosterone levels.

In Testosterone I/O, Christopher covers everything you need to know, to put your testosterone production into overdrive. You’ll learn things like:

  • The key hormones at play,
  • The importance of carbs and fats for testosterone production,
  • The best exercise for ramping up your testosterone levels,
  • The 6-month training plan
  • Testosterone-boosting meal plans

I’ve gone through the course and I’m already implementing some tips into my own lifestyle. It definitely gets the NoBrainer Muscle seal of approval :)

So, if you want to learn everything there’s to learn about putting your testosterone production into overdrive, then be sure, to check out Testosterone I/O. I highly recommend it.

Affiliate disclaimer: This is the ebook about boosting testosterone that I would have written had I been inclined, so I have no problem recommending it to you (and using my affiliate link).

To Sum it All Up…

The main takeaway from this article I want you guys to take, is that starting today, you’re going to eat more saturated fats. Fattier cuts of meat, eggs, whole milk, etc.

And if possible, try to get top notch quality foods:

  • eggs from free range chickens
  • grass fed beef
  • organic meats

Don’t fear fatty foods, for they’ll give you the oomph you need to take your gains to the next level.

Till next time!

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tony

I really do want a good body but I struggle to gain weight. I have really fast metabolism and I tried all kinds of shakes and supplements, but to no avail. I also injured my shoulder due to bad training.

Can you help me out!?!

Tony

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Dejan

Hey Tony,

No amount of shakes and pills will help you gain weight magically.

To really gain weight, I mean real, quality muscles, you’ll have to put in the work.

Luckily you’re in the right place. Snoop around and read the articles that I wrote to get the know-how about building muscle mass.

In case you have any questions, feel free to continue the discussion in the comments section :)

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