How to Increase Testosterone Naturally | The Art of Manliness

Recommended by Dr. Michael White, Updated on October 25th, 2018
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At last weve reached the final post of Testosterone Week and based on the comments from you all, this is the post youve been most looking forward to. Today Im going to share what I did during my 90-day experiment in order to double my total and free testosterone levels.

Im afraid I have no super cool secrets to share and there are no easy shortcuts to increasing your T. If you were expecting some magical potion or supplement or weird body hack that will instantly and naturally increase your T levels, what follows is bound to disappoint. Despite what some companies or websites might tell you, theres no single thing that will boost your testosteronenaturallyfor the long term.

The unsexy truth is that increasing testosterone naturally simply comes down to making some long-term changes in your diet and lifestyle. As youll see, what I did to increase T largely boils down to eating better, exercising smarter, and getting more sleep. Thats pretty much it. But as with most things in life, the devil is in the details, so Ill share with you exactly what I did and provide research that explains why the things I did helped boost my testosterone.

The good news here is that while the things I recommend below will boost your T, their effect is hardly limited to testosterone. Theyll greatly increase your overall health and well-being at the same time.

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The Obligatory Disclaimer

While I do have a pretty manly mustache, Im not a doctor or a medical expert. Im a guy with a law degree hes never used who blogs about manliness. What Im about to share shouldnt be taken as a substitute for qualified medical expertise. Its simply my experience and views on the subject. Before you make any changes in lifestyle or diet, talk to your doctor or healthcare provider. Be smart.

Lets do a quick review of what I shared in the introduction to this series. August of last year was a tough month for me, primarily because of a huge and grueling project we were in the midst of here on the site. I was stressed out and my sleeping, healthy eating habits, and workout regimen all suffered. At the end of the month I got my testosterone levels tested and found that my total T was 383 ng/dL and my free T was 7.2 pg/mL close to the average for an 85-100-year-old man.

I then began a 90-day experiment to see how diet and lifestyle changes could boost that number.

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How to Increase Testosterone Naturally | The Art of Manliness

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