You’re a man and you have the diet that reflects your manhood. A filet mignon medallion with garlic mashed potatoes and gravy and a shrimp skewer on the side isn’t just dinner; it’s another notch on your man card. Whether you’re a steak and potatoes type of guy or a king crab connoisseur, you eat what you want to eat, end of discussion.
At the same time, your testosterone may be dipping as you get older. For some of us, our testosterone production takes a swan dive around age 50 or so. If you’re up for adding some new foods to your diet, here are three foods that can help naturally rebalance your hormones:
- Salmon – Wild salmon from the Chile or Alaska coastlines can help improve anxiety and depression. Wild salmon is a great source of omega-3 fatty acids, a proven aid to relieving symptoms of depression. Try eating salmon at least once a week, preferably twice, and supplement with fish oil on the off days.
- Broccoli – Insulin is a hormone that moderates your blood sugar. Broccoli is a natural insulin preservative and low in calories, so enjoy as much as you want. The best ways to prepare broccoli for its nutritional value is raw, roasted, or lightly steamed. Keep a little crunch and you’re good to go.
- Eggs – Eggs are high in folate, a nutrient our bodies need to balance our nervous system and cortisol, the stress hormone. They’re also rich in phosphorus that helps repair muscles and increase brain function. (NCBI)
If you don’t have time or frankly, if you don’t want to eat these types of hormone-balancing foods, we understand. Our Mantality team can still restore your hormone balance, no matter what you eat. We rely on board-certified physicians to provide only safe and effective testosterone treatments.
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