Testosterone is known as the king hormone. In men, this king hormone is produced mostly in the testicles. In females, this important hormone is produced in the ovaries but in much smaller amounts. Testosterone production begins significantly and increases in the late teens. The production starts to decline after the person completes 30 years of age. The primary sex hormone, Testosterone affects your muscle mass and also the bone density. Your body fat levels, red blood cell production and mood are affected significantly because of the hormone.

Low levels of testosterone will result in a wide variety of symptoms like weight gain, low energy, low sex drive, depression and a low self-esteem. With age, testosterone levels naturally decline. However, there are numerous ways to boost testosterone levels for maintaining optimal levels of this important hormone.


  • Low sex drive
  • Lack of erection
  • Lack of muscle building
  • Incapability in focusing
  • Depression
  • Hair loss
  • Weight gain
  • Weakness
  • Abnormal enhancement of breast tissue size


However, there are ways to boost testosterone levels:

    • Cut down on stress
    • Have more of vitamin D by going out
    • Include more fenugreek in your diet
    • Include more of meat, eggs and butter