Although fasting is really good for the body, eating food is a lot more fun. Plus, if you know what to prepare, you’ll do your body way more justice. That brings us to the natural way to boost testosterone levels – through the medium of food. The side dish you’re about to learn about is chock-full of nutrients, it’s easy to make, and it can have a positive effect on your testosterone levels.
Cruciferous vegetables like cabbage, cauliflower and broccoli are well known to help improve testosterone levels. This is because cruciferous vegetables contain estrogen flushing indoles, allowing your body to naturally produce more testosterone. As you age your bodies estrogen levels naturally increase in turn reducing your testosterone. This recipe is an amazing hack to help fight nature and naturally declining testosterone levels.
- 1 cup diced cauliflower
- 1 cup diced broccoli
- 1 cup chopped pancetta
- 2 eggs
- ¼ cup black sesame seeds
- 2 tbsp coconut oil
- Sprinkle of salt and pepper
1. Add coconut oil to frying pan and turn heat to medium to melt it.
2. Add cauliflower, broccoli, and pancetta to pan and saute until lightly brown.
3. Crack the eggs and fold them into the mix.
4. Add sesame seeds, salt, and pepper
5. Blend contents continuously until an even consistency is achieved.
6. Place on plate as a side dish or stand-alone meal.
Look for packages of diced cauliflower and broccoli in the store. If you can’t find those, get the whole heads, cut them into quarters, and put them in a food processor.
Once you have your veggies chopped, it literally takes about 10 minutes to make this dish, if that.
Cruciferous vegetables like cauliflower and broccoli help to boost testosterone levels. They also contain indoles, which are powerful antioxidants that kill free radicals in the body. And they’re high in fiber and vitamin C as well!
Eggs, pancetta, coconut oil, and sesame seeds all contain healthy fat and cholesterol. Your body needs both fat and cholesterol to produce adequate amounts of testosterone, so you have all bases covered. And as if that’s not good enough, you’re also getting a high dose of complete protein!
A solid workout plan is only as solid as a good diet plan. Whip some of this stuff up and eat it a couple of times a week. You’re best off making a big batch so that you can store it in the fridge and pull from it when you’re in need of a snack or side dish.