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How much testosterone your body produces is closely related to diet, so it's important to realize exactly what you eat. A good testosterone-friendly diet includes lots Test Troxin of healthy fats, green leafy vegetables, protein and good cholesterol. A low-fat diet should be avoided when trying to increase testosterone. For example, minerals such as zinc and magnesium help produce testosterone, while healthy cholesterol levels allow Leydig cells (a complement of the coniferous tubules in the testes) to actually make testosterone. In addition, vegetables such as broccoli, cauliflower and cabbage work to reduce levels of estrogen (female hormones) in your body, thereby increasing testosterone levels.

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