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The purposes of the present study were to investigate the effect of conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) supplementation on testosterone levels in vitro on a cell line derived from Leydig cells (R2C) and in vivo in the blood of physically active subjects before and after a resistance exercise bout. In vitro R2C cells were treated with different CLA concentrations (0-30 μM) for 24 and 48 hours. After treatment, supernatant media were tested to determine testosterone secretion. The CLA increased the testosterone secretion only after 48 hours. In vivo, 10 resistance-trained male subjects, in a double-blind placebo-controlled and crossover study design were randomized for 3 weeks of either 6 g·d⁻¹ CLA or placebo. Blood was drawn pre and post each resistance exercise bout to determine the total testosterone and sex hormone-binding globulin (SHBG) levels. No significant differences were observed for total testosterone or SHBG pre and post each resistance exercise bout; although after the resistance exercise bouts, total testosterone increased moderately (effect size = moderate), whereas after CLA supplementation, there was a large increase in total testosterone (effect size = large). CLA supplementation induced an increase in testosterone levels in Leydig cells in vitro after 48 hours but not in vivo before and after a resistance exercise bout. These findings suggest that CLA supplementation may promote testosterone synthesis through a molecular pathway that should be investigated in the future, although this effect did not have an anabolic relevance in our in vivo model.

One caution that I have is that I tried for years to raise my testosterone through lifestyle changes, . diet, sleep, supplements, etc., and nothing budged my testosterone.  And I see this quite often on The Peak Testosterone Forum : some men seem to have actual damage to some part of their HPT (hypothalamus, pituitary and testes) axis. In those cases, going natural just does not work for reasons that we do no understand yet.  Of course, it does not hurt to try, and I especially encourage the younger men to do that.

6.  Foods rich in vitamin D . If you’ve been thinking of increasing your testosterone levels, you better stock up on those mushrooms, salmon and milk. Clinical Endocrinology’s August 2010 issue published a study that was conducted by Austria’s Medical University Graz. According to the researchers, mushroom, salmon and dairy products are examples of food that are rich in Vitamin D. These researchers also found a relationship between Vitamin D and testosterone. Their study has shown that individuals with high levels of Vitamin D also had high testosterone levels. The obvious inverse relationship was true as well.  Click here for a convincing study on HUMAN BEINGS to back this up.

Last but not least, cocoa nibs are the secret weapon that make these macho rice cakes so good for your testosterone levels. Think of these little morsels as chocolate chips that come from the earth. They may not be as sweet as actual chocolate chips, but they are a hell of a lot more beneficial. Raw cocoa nibs are jam-packed with minerals and antioxidants that help you keep a healthy gut and immune system. They also have an amazing ratio of fatty acids, which can assist testosterone production in active men.

To increase testosterone

to increase testosterone

Last but not least, cocoa nibs are the secret weapon that make these macho rice cakes so good for your testosterone levels. Think of these little morsels as chocolate chips that come from the earth. They may not be as sweet as actual chocolate chips, but they are a hell of a lot more beneficial. Raw cocoa nibs are jam-packed with minerals and antioxidants that help you keep a healthy gut and immune system. They also have an amazing ratio of fatty acids, which can assist testosterone production in active men.

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