In a tourist destination like Sharm El Sheikh, there is never a lack of testosterones. Men are always energized by the profusion of Vitamin E emitted by the sun, by the assortment of healthy foods and herbs at hand, and of course by the myriad of bikini-clad women sauntering around.
However when men reach the age of 40, their testosterone levels gradually decline. This hormonal deficiency leads to the dysfunction of the pituitary gland, chronic illnesses, kidney failure, liver cirrhosis, stress, alcoholism, depression, difficulty with concentration and memory, decrease in muscle mass, body fat increase, fragile bones, body hair loss, and impotence.
On a brighter note, there are several ways to charge up the testosterones naturally without spending too much money. Eat foods rich in amino acids, zinc and vitamins B and E, such as:
1. Omega 3 fatty acids food – Mackerel, Salmon and Sardines.
2. Seeds and Nuts – Sesame and Pumpkin seeds, Peanuts, Cashews and Walnuts.
3. Vegetables – Ginger, Squash, Onions, Green Beans, Cabbage, Broccoli, Garlic, Asparagus, Peppers and Brussels Sprouts.
4. Fruits – Berries, Citrus, Pineapples, Pears, Grapes, Figs, Melons, Bananas, Avocados
5. Shell Fishes – Oysters and Shrimps
6. Poultry – Eggs, Turkey, Duck and Chicken (breasts, wings and thighs)
7. Red Meat – Beef and Lamb
8. Dairy – Milk, Yogurt and Cottage Cheese
9. Legumes – Soybeans and Chickpeas
10. Herbs – Ginseng
Balance this diet daily with a 30-minute cardiovascular exercise and a smoke-free lifestyle and your manhood will flourish for the rest of your life.