SOURCES: Debbie Rhea, PhD, professor of kinesiology, Texas Christian University. Alayna Yates, MD, professor of psychiatry, University of Hawaii. Ian Cockerill, CPsychol, AFBPsS, emeritus professor of sports psychology, University of Birmingham, England; author of Solutions in Sport Psychology , Thomson, 2002. Centers for Disease Control: “Healthy People 2010.” Griffiths, M. et al. British Journal of Sports Medicine , 2005; vol 39 (6): p e30. Diane A. Klein, MD, assistant professor of clinical psychiatry College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University. CNS Spectrum , 2004, vol 9 (7): p 531-537.
I know some of you may ask, "How Much Will the High Testosterone Diet Boost My Testosterone?" It depends. Some of you may get no testosterone boost at all because you are eating so unhealthily. If you are eating a high meat, high saturated fat diet with little fiber, then your testosterone will probably remain unchanged through this diet. However, remember that a Western Diet eventually catches up to you through oxidative and mitochondrial damage, which indirectly and sometimes directly lowers testosterone in the long term.