Testosterone is a male sex hormone that affects more than just sex drive. The hormone is also responsible for bone and muscle health, sperm production, and hair growth. You can lose testosterone as you age. To prevent future health problems, Along with your nutritionist’s recommendations, you may consider potential testosterone-boosting foods. Two nutrients that are then especially important to your new diet: Vitamin D and Zinc.
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