Did you know that your testosterone levels drop from your thirties? Here's how to stall its decline with a few natural tweaks
Low testosterone isn't fun for anyone. While a gradual decline in your T levels is perfectly natural — generally, testosterone levels peak between the ages of 18 and 20-years-old — drops can be sharper in some men, with a lack of testosterone leading to depression, low energy and, often, weight gain. Symptoms of low testosterone can include feeling lethargic, having erectile problems and excess fat around your middle or your chest.
Thankfully, you can fight back with methods that are simpler than you think. The solution could lie not in shady online health stores flogging testosterone supps, but instead in the supermarket aisles. Here, we walk you through three unlikely health foods that can help bolster your man-makers. Time to dust off your wallet.