One Way to Increase Testosterone Naturally

Increase Testosterone and More

Statistically, your balls aren’t what they used to be. They’re producing fewer sperm, less spunk, and less T than your daddy’s balls. It might be time to look for ways to increase testosterone.

In 1992, Carlsen et al. reported a global decline in semen quality (i.e., fertility) between 1938 and 1990, and there’s no sign of abatement. Other studies found that sperm counts are sinking and that average testosterone levels have dropped precipitously. One study (Travison et al.) found that the average 60-year-old American man in 2004 had testosterone levels 17% lower than a 60-year-old man in 1987.

A 2006 paper (Main et al.) even described how Danes in particular had much smaller testicles than those of nearby Finns, possibly because of some unknown environmental or lifestyle factor.

So, is there anything we can do to save our nads and T levels? Yes. Take fish oil.

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