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You may be familiar with soy products. These are often used as a food additive. Soy products are known to have phytoestrogen, which helps to increase testosterone levels. If you eat large quantities of savage grow plus reviews these products you can actually see an elevation in your testosterone levels within as little as two weeks. The good news is that they are easily digested and don't cause much trouble with those who are gluten or lactose intolerant.

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There are certain herbs that also help to increase testosterone levels in the blood. Some examples of these herbs include catuaba bark, tribulus terrestris, hops, saw palmetto and muira puama just to name a few. Some of these herbs act as an androgenic (that is, they cause the body to make hormone) supplement. They bind to the androgen receptors in the blood and cause them to proliferate so that more testosterone can be produced.

Milk is another food that can help you to increase testosterone levels. This is because the fats that are in milk provide the body with the vitamins and nutrients it needs. Studies have shown that when milk is combined with wheat germ, the cholesterol that is in the wheat is bound to the fats in milk, which then increases testosterone levels. Just remember that not everyone should consume dairy. The lactose in milk can also bind to the testosterone levels.

Fruits and vegetables also contain substances that can increase testosterone. One study reported that tomatoes had an effect on the levels of the male hormone. In fact, tomatoes were found to be more potent than testosterone itself when combined with different nutrients. Other foods that contain a substance that can increase testosterone levels are almonds, blueberries, grapefruits, leafy greens such as spinach and cabbage, eggs, soybeans and rice bran.

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