Testosterone is the male sex hormone that has a lot to answer for. Not only does it affect your sex drive, but it is responsible for hair growth, bone and muscle health and sperm production.
Your testosterone levels naturally fall as you age, decreasing 1.5% each year after you turn 30. This doesn’t affect all men, but in some low testosterone can leave them feeling tired, unfit and can cause a lack of libido. Low testosterone can also be caused by some chronic illnesses.
Low testosterone can be treated with hormone replacement therapy, and if you think you have this condition it’s worth going to see your GP. You might want to supplement any treatment with some testosterone boosting foods. Here are seven that you can incorporate into your diet to help give your testosterone a kick up the backside

1 - Grapes

1 - Grapes