Known as nature’s healer, honey contains boron, a mineral associated with high Testosterone levels, and nitric oxide, which opens up blood vessels to improve the strength of your erection.
Loaded with vitamins and minerals, cabbage contains indole-3-carbinol, which reduces levels of the female hormone oestrogen, making testosterone more effective.
A known aphrodisiac, asparagus contains folic acid, potassium and vitamin E, which are all essential for healthy testosterone production.
The allicin compound found in garlic lowers levels of the stress hormone cortisol, in turn allowing testosterone to do its stuff. Eat it raw for best effects.
The saturated fat, omega-3s, vitamin D, cholesterol and protein in eggs are all vital for testosterone production.
The bromelain enzyme in bananas helps boost testosterone levels. And it’s a slow-release energy source too… perfect for a night of passion.
Scientists at Texas A&M University discovered that watermelons contain an amino acid called citrulline, which is converted into arginine in the body. The result? Boosted blood flow, making this tasty fruit a natural Viagra alternative.
A 2002 study from the University of Ulsan College of Medicine found that Korean red ginseng helped 60 per cent of patients with erectile dysfunction.
Just a handful of these nuts could boost the sex drive of both men and women, and that’s because they contain plenty of zinc, a testosterone booster and libido enhancer.
This leafy green is proven to lower oestrogen levels, and is rich in magnesium and vitamins C and E – all essential testosterone building blocks.
American researchers at Penn State University found that men with high intakes of monounsaturated fat – found in foods like avocado, nuts and vegetable oils – had lower LDL cholesterol and more testosterone.
A paper in the International Journal of Impotence Research reported that 47% of impotent men who drank a glass of pomegranate juice a day saw an improvement in their condition.