Best supplement for testosterone and libido (for a male)?

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    Best supplement for testosterone and libido (for a male)?

    Any recommendations for supplements for testosterone and libido in males? Thinking of ordering one for the hubby, who I think good to do with a boost.

    Thanks!



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    Vegan men have 13% higher testosterone than non vegans, according to study: https://medium.com/@ARespectfulLife/...ls-d9b940b8db0

    Registered dietician weighs in on how veganism really affects your sex life: https://www.thisisinsider.com/how-do...x-drive-2018-7

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    Red meat has been shown to increase both too, he may need to eat more red meat :

    https://www.express.co.uk/life-style...st-supplements

    Sorry, couldn't help it :P
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    Thanks. He's not vegan but he does eat pretty well. I know about lifestyle remedies (exercise etc - which he does need to do as well) but now I'm interested in hearing about supplements...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zeri View Post
    Any recommendations for supplements for testosterone and libido in males? Thinking of ordering one for the hubby, who I think good to do with a boost.

    Thanks!
    Zinc, red meat, horny goat weed, aspartic acid, L-carnitine, vitamin B6 & D, tribulus terrestris, magnesium, ginger, fenugreek, weightlifting, anabolic steroids, maca, boron...

    I don't take any of these, but if I did, I'm sure I'd feel like a silverback gorilla during mating season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gloria Germanica View Post
    Zinc, red meat, horny goat weed, aspartic acid, L-carnitine, vitamin B6 & D, tribulus terrestris, magnesium, ginger, fenugreek, weightlifting, anabolic steroids, maca, boron...

    I don't take any of these, but if I did, I'm sure I'd feel like a silverback gorilla during mating season.
    Thanks!

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    ^ Be careful with the vitamin B supplements. Source them correctly and take them in moderation, or better yet - get them from your food instead of as a supplement. They can be a great energy booster for some people, but studies have shown that long-term or high-dose usage of B vitamins increases the risk of lung cancer in men (regardless of a history of smoking or not).

    https://www.drweil.com/vitamins-supp...-cause-cancer/

    I haven't researched which supplements effect testosterone and sex drive, but I have heard that including egg in the diet regularly can be a booster, as well as avoiding high doses of fiber, soy, and especially flaxseed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ricericebaby View Post
    ^ Be careful with the vitamin B supplements. Source them correctly and take them in moderation, or better yet - get them from your food instead of as a supplement. They can be a great energy booster for some people, but studies have shown that long-term or high-dose usage of B vitamins increases the risk of lung cancer in men (regardless of a history of smoking or not).

    https://www.drweil.com/vitamins-supp...-cause-cancer/

    I haven't researched which supplements effect testosterone and sex drive, but I have heard that including egg in the diet regularly can be a booster, as well as avoiding high doses of fiber, soy, and especially flaxseed.
    Thanks for that.

    I guess I'm more interested in supplements - not necessarily vitamin B, but horny goat weed. But I heard HGW can make men angry and irritable? Anybody have any experience with HGW and it's side effects?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zeri View Post
    Thanks for that.

    I guess I'm more interested in supplements - not necessarily vitamin B, but horny goat weed. But I heard HGW can make men angry and irritable? Anybody have any experience with HGW and it's side effects?
    If it raises testosterone, I would think irritability would probably go along with the territory - but I could be wrong.
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    ...and aggression, yeah. He tried a hgw supplement before and I swear it made him more aggressive overall - in terms of how he spoke, his irritability etc. Willing to try it again but wanted to hear more feedback about it, in general. Thanks.


     
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