Pumpkin seeds are a natural source of zinc, a nutrient that may affect testosterone levels.
Most people know that ginger can give foods and drinks a nice kick. But they might not know that ginger can also have an effect on testosterone.
Oysters are known to be aphrodisiacs, which may be in part because they have zinc in them.
Selenium is a powerful trace element, which means your body only needs a small amount of it. It is found in soil and plays many important roles at both the cellular and organismal levels.
Pomegranate juice is full of natural plant chemicals called polyphenols that may help boost testosterone levels.
Having a drink of red wine may have an unexpected effect on your free testosterone. Free testosterone is testosterone that is not attached to any proteins.
Milk has 13 important nutrients, one of which is boron, which is not as well-known as the others. There is evidence that boron supplements lead to significant increases in testosterone levels.
Salmon is good for you in many ways. For example, it has a lot of nutrients that "raise" testosterone, like vitamin D, omega-3 fatty acids, and selenium.