Testosterone and Libido Boosting Blue Berry and Maca Smoothie Recipe – Ingredients List
- Half a cup of blueberries. Fresh is best but good quality frozen blueberries are acceptable
- 20 – 30 grams of grass fed whey protein.
- A stick of celery, well scrubbed.
- 1 – 2 teaspoons of organic maca powder.
- 1 small or half a large bok choy, well scrubbed (separate the leaves).
- 1 teaspoon of mucuna powder.
- 2 Brazil nuts.
- 1 tablespoon of extra virgin coconut oil.
- ‘Milk’ of your choice. Estrogenic soy milk and regular feedlot cow’s milk is best avoided from a health perspective.
- Optional: A few drops of stevia for extra sweetness. Definitely don’t use sugar as it’s a testosterone killer.
Blueberries are full of free-radical scavenging antioxidants and health-promoting phytonutrients.
Maca is a Peruvian root vegetable that contain sterol compounds that can block excess estrogen production while boosting testosterone levels
Whey protein from grass fed milk is one of the very best sources of protein. Increasing testosterone levels can help to build lean muscle, but only if you have enough free amino acids from good quality protein.
Testosterone production need saturated fats and coconut oil contains some of the best. .
Bok choy is a cruciferous vegetable that contains anti-estrogenic chemicals like indole-3-carbinol and diindolylmethane (DIM) that are also considered potent protectors against various cancers.
Celery contains two androgens called androstenol and androstenone and is believed to directly boost testosterone production within your body. It also contains an anti-estrogenic flavonoid known as apigenin.
Mucuna is another South American herb that helps to increase testosterone and enhance libido, primarily through elevating dopamine and reducing another hormone called prolactin that tends to reduce testosterone in your body.
Brazil nuts are rich source of selenium in particular, but also zinc and healthy fatty acids. It’s best to get Brazil nuts with the brown skin still on as this contains many of the nutrients.
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