Aaaaahhhh, natural remedies. You’re probably thinking to yourself:

Not this again. Some Hippie, all natural, herb eating, Zen practice.” 

The natural remedies we’re about to suggest are not that extreme, and they can be helpful when looking at natural alternatives for Low T.

Some natural remedies have been proven to benefit men needing a boost to improve low t levels.

And there are factors that not only help with Low T, but can also improve your overall health.

Some are common sense applications worth mentioning; such as,

  • Staying active and keeping a healthy weight
  • Getting enough sleep
  • Eating a proper diet
  • Decompressing and alleviating stress from your life

All good suggestions… and believe it or not, they DO help.

Staying active doesn’t mean you need to run a marathon or compete in a triathlon, but it does mean you should move your body as much as you are able. A daily walk is a good way to get started and stay active. Consider also a fun activity like golf, bowling or hiking.

A good night sleep sounds simple, but if you lead an extremely hectic schedule and stress is a daily part of your lifestyle, you know that sleep is hard to come by. Getting at least seven to eight hours of sleep a night allows your body to decompress and regenerate to face the next day’s stress and activities.

If you find it difficult to fall sleep each night, here’s a suggestion that may seem a little “Zen-like,” but it is effective. Try meditation.

Meditation is nothing more than taking in deep breaths, closing your eyes, sitting in a quiet, peaceful room for a few minutes and clearing your mind.  It’s amazing what 15 minutes of meditation will do to boost your energy throughout the day, and surprisingly it will help you relax enough to fall asleep.

For those who are interested in the diet connection, we offer the following suggestions as recommended by Timothy Ferris in the “The Four Hour Body.”

Again, we stress here that some of these natural remedies for Low T found in “The Four Hour Body” maybe a bit “out there” for some people, so please consult your doctor.

Ferris suggests that to improve your libido 20 to 24 hours before an intimate encounter, eat at least 800 milligrams of cholesterol; such as four or more eggs within three hours before bedtime. The purpose for this is that the body produces testosterone from cholesterol during sleep between midnight and 6:00am.

The next step to his process suggests that four hours before your intimate evening you need to eat:

  • 4 Brazil Nuts
  • 20 Raw Almonds
  • Take 2 capsules of Blue Ice Royal Butter Oil/Fermented Cod Liver Oil Blend

The combination of these items should “naturally” boost your libido.

Regardless of what natural remedy you decide to use, if you are diagnosed with Low T, know that there are many traditional and natural options for you to consider.

Weigh your options and choose what works best for you.