If you have checked out our last blog, we talked about foods that will be able to combat low testosterone levels you may be experiencing from aging. These foods can help you get back the energy, sex drive, and stamina you may be losing from your low T levels.
At Innovative Health and Wellness in Buckhead, we understand your concern with this condition. We also want to offer you our therapeutic testosterone hormone replacement therapy. We use this hormone replacement to help get the lost testosterone back into the body and raise your T levels. You can always call us if you ever have questions or concerns about hormone replacement, and schedule a consultation!
Here are some more foods to help keep your T levels stable.
In our last blog, we talked about how egg yolks help diminish low T levels, but we want to make sure that men also understand they need a balanced breakfast. Certain cereals and orange juice contain vitamin D, which can help with your testosterone levels, on top of your hormone replacement. Always try to make a hearty and healthy breakfast. You can maybe make eggs, a bowl of cereal, and have some orange juice. That way you are having a complete breakfast full of the items you need to fight off your low testosterone levels.
When it comes to oysters, they have a very important nutrient within them: Zinc. Zinc is linked to puberty, which is when your testosterone levels are starting to become very high. So, eating oysters or other foods with a lot of zinc can help your low T levels.
We know a lot of people love crab that melts in your mouth and lobster that is too decadent to describe. Well, we have good news! Eating shellfish helps with low T levels! Similar to oysters, these fish have zinc nutrients as well. Alaskan king crab truly is the king, it has the highest zinc content within the shellfish family.
Remember to always come into Innovative Health and Wellness, if you have questions or concerns about our hormone replacement, in Buckhead. Innovative wellness is here for the information you want to know, and the hormone replacement that will get you back to your old self. Call us today! Check out our next blog for the next installment of this series: Foods to help combat low T levels: Part 3