Male hormones can recover our bodies and help our physical and mental health. Some foods we usually eat can help men’s physical and mental health and increase male hormones in men’s bodies. Do you know what those foods are? Let’s have a look.


75% of the human body is water. The first human organ affected by dehydration is the brain. Too little water will make people feel tired and dull.

Using drinks or soups to replenish your body’s moisture will increase your calories and make your body fat. Therefore, drink more water between meals. Drink at least 2000 ml of water a day.

High vitamin C ingredients

After the age of 24, the quality and quantity of male sperm will decline. So if an anti-aging drug can make brittle male sperm energetic again, it is vitamin C.

The ingredients of high vitamin C include kiwi fruit, orange, broccoli, water chestnut, etc. Adrenaline is the male hormone against psychological stress and resists work stress. Vitamin C can help metabolize part of adrenaline.


The strange taste of tomatoes can promote gastric acid metabolism and digest protein. In addition, the rich vitamin C in tomatoes can produce bone collagen and strengthen blood vessels.


Carotene contained in carrots will be transformed into vitamin D in the body. It can improve the body’s resistance and inhibit ozone that causes the malignant transformation of somatic cells.

Carrot contains rich and colorful potassium, which has the effect of reducing blood pressure. Carotene can also prevent cancer.


Soybeans contain natural male plant hormones, which are good for women. In addition, soybeans are also an excellent food for men. Japanese who often eat soybeans have a lower risk of prostate cancer than boys in European and American countries.

When men are over 60 years old, hyperosteogeny will begin to flow out, which is as serious as in menopausal women. So soy is also wise for improving men’s hyperosteogeny.

Eating more soybeans can supplement soybean lecithin. Soybean lecithin has been confirmed to be related to short-term memory ability and self-study ability.

Pumpkin seed

After the age of 40, most people will have the problem of benign prostatic hyperplasia. A British experiment found that allowing patients with benign prostatic hyperplasia to take pumpkin seed extract reduced frequent urination frequency and improved other diseases.

Pumpkin seeds are also the best source of vitamin E and can resist aging.


Garlic has obvious bactericidal power and can solve the pathogens invading the body. In addition, garlic can promote the digestion and absorption of vitamin B21, promote the basic metabolism of glycogen, cause electric energy, and alleviate fatigue.

Another important function of garlic is to enhance immunity. Lead selenide, which is often contained in garlic, has an antioxidant effect, so it is regarded as an anti-cancer ingredient. In addition, men who eat more garlic can improve their physical fitness and keep fit.

Marine foods

Seafood can improve sexual ability. This is because male sperm contain a lot of zinc. When the body does not have enough zinc, it will affect the total number and quality of male sperm.

Oysters, shrimps, and crabs in seafood products are rich in zinc. A small oyster is basically equivalent to a person’s daily zinc demand (15mg). In addition, oysters contain glycogen or bezoar acid, improving kidney function, moisturizing, and strengthening the body.

Whole wheat bread

B vitamins are very crucial to resist work pressure. Vitamin B group contains vitamins B21, B2, B6, and B12, folic acid tablets, and nicotinic acid. It can maintain the central nervous system’s stability, improve kinetic energy metabolism, and help resist work pressure.

Whole grain ingredients such as whole-wheat bread, black rice, and germ rice are rich in B vitamins. Whole wheat bread is a complex carbohydrate compound that can slowly release kinetic energy. It has the effect of calming and making people release pressure and anxiety.


Sam Perera, Founder of Stethostalk, is a food safety follower and organic food lover. He has completed the PLANT-BASED NUTRITION Cornell Certificate Program, Cornell University, US. Before this, he worked for a few years in IT services. A dedicated follower of nature, he believes in healing with natural foods. In his free time, he loves Gardening, Blogging, and traveling.