8 Foods You Didn’t Know Were Destroying Your Testosterone

Summertime is in full swing and people are looking to keep their body in shape. The problem is we often don't think about the role our hormones play in shaping our physique. For men, they need to think about testosterone. This is the male hormone that is crucial for their development, including building muscle strength. While there are a few things that determine your testosterone levels, diet is one o the most important.

Let’s talk today about Foods That Are Lowering Your Testosterone. Are nuts one? What about processed foods? Hang on a second, I gotta quit alcohol? We’re talking all that AND more…

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Intro – 0:00
Alcohol – 00:36
Fast Food – 01:32
Processed Food – 02:29
Nuts – 04:02
Flaxseeds – 05:24
Vegetable Oil – 06:11
Mints – 07:05
Soy – 07:46


As hard as it is to hear, alcohol and fitness don't mix. I mean sure, you can get away with a beer once in a while, but you don't want to fall into the habit of boozing night after night. Your muscles won't benefit.

Fast Food
Sure, a trip to your favorite burger joint might be fun for a cheat day. But, eating fast food on a regular basis is one of the worst things you could do to your body. I mean, good luck building muscle.

Processed Food
Even if you decide to eat in for the night, you need to make sure your food is unprocessed. Processed food is any type of food that has been altered during its production.

It sounds crazy doesn't it? Most people associate nuts with protein and other nutrients. With all that good stuff, shouldn't nuts be perfect for getting in shape? Well, it's complicated.

If you’re not into nuts, flaxseeds aren’t the best alternative for raising your testosterone. Lowering it on the other hand is fine.

Vegetable Oil
When building muscle, your cooking habits count for a lot. It’s not just the food you’re cooking, it’s what you’re cooking it with. While vegetable oil is recommended for cooking, a lot of them have polyunsaturated fatty acids. These include soybean, canola and corn.

I know it seems like we’ve ruined all your favorite foods, but this is unfortunately the reality when you’re trying to transform your body.You need to cut out most of the things you enjoyed eating. Mint is no exception.

I know some of you probably aren’t into soy, but for those of you who are, you might want to prepare for your testosterone to drop big time. While research is mixed, there’s a possibility that male hormones are strongly impacted by soy products.

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