Fruit Polyphenols can fight free radicals that harm testosterone
|Boost testosterone with free radical fighting fruits||Darrell Miller||07/22/16|
July 22, 2016 04:06 PM
Author: Darrell Miller
Subject: Boost testosterone with free radical fighting fruits
As we age, hormone levels tend to decline, more so in women than men. The decline in testosterone in men is call andropause. This decline in testosterone is generally slower and can go un-noticed by most men. With the decline in testosterone, comes less energy and loss of sex drive.
Testes in men produce testosterone and can come under attach by free radicals, called oxidative stress. Excessive free radical activity threatens the testes' ability to make testosterone. It is vital to get plenty of fruits and veggies loaded with polyphenols which fight free radical damage.
Apples and grapes have been praised in traditional lore as wellsprings of health. Modern research has found that these fruits contain polyphenols which are strong antioxidants. Getting plenty of fruits can help lower blood pressure, reduce arterial plaque and fight free radical damage.
Like your mom always said, eat your fruits and veggies, she knew best. Sometimes it is hard to get adequate amounts of fruits and veggies in both adults and children. I suggest that everybody take a fruit and veggie supplement daily to offset poor diets.