In 2010 a study conducted by Austrian researchers from the Medical University of Graz found that levels of testosterone in the body can be increased by vitamin D. The team analysed 2,299 men and found that those with at least 30 nanograms of vitamin D per millilitre of blood had higher amounts of testosterone than those who had lower levels of vitamin D. Watch Steve Stavs share some insight on this topic in this short video:
Get moving, Eat Right & Sleep Tight.
For those looking to boost their testosterone levels, doing a specific type of exercise can help your body to adjust its testosterone levels naturally, which is far better than resorting to artificial methods like hormone therapies. Eat a healthy balanced diet, engage in regular exercise, work on consistent healthy sleep and managing stress to complement healthy testosterone levels. Steve Stavs shares his exercise hacks that are specifically aimed at supporting healthy testosterone levels.
Anyone concerned about their own levels of testosterone or vitamin D should speak to their doctor for advice.