Testosterone Support Supplements & Tablets

Testosterone is an important hormone that is involved in a wide range of processes in the body, including mood, cognition and energy. Our range of testosterone support supplements and tablets include zinc, which contributes to the maintenance of normal testosterone levels in the blood, and vitamin B6, which contributes to the regulation of hormonal activity.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Testosterone is a hormone primarily produced in the testicles (in males) and in smaller amounts in the ovaries (in females) and adrenal glands. It belongs to a class of hormones called androgens, which are typically associated with the development of male characteristics and reproductive functions.

Both men and women have testosterone, but men typically have much higher levels, contributing to the distinct male physical characteristics and functions. Testosterone levels naturally decline with age in both sexes.

 

Testosterone, a crucial hormone in both males and females, performs several essential functions in the body. These range from the development of primary and secondary sexual characteristics - growth of facial and body hair, deepening of the voice and the development of muscle mass and strength - to the regulation of libido. Testosterone also plays a role in the maintenance of muscle mass and bone density, contributes to mood and energy levels, stimulates red blood cell production and is also involved in cognitive function.

Testosterone levels decline naturally with age, as well as other lifestyle factors, and some men may experience changes, like developing a general lack of enthusiasm or energy, or insomnia when they reach their late 40s to early 50s. You can find out more about this from the NHS’s article on The 'male menopause'

Yes, women also have testosterone, although in much lower levels compared to men. Testosterone is an important hormone in females and is primarily produced in the ovaries and adrenal glands.

 

Testosterone levels can naturally decline with age, however there are several lifestyle factors that can contribute to lower testosterone levels in both men and women. These include poor sleep, excess stress, an unhealthy diet, alcohol consumption, smoking and excess body fat, particularly around the abdomen.

To help increase testosterone naturally, you should look to maintain a healthy weight, eat a balanced diet full of nutrient-dense foods, manage your stress levels, limit alcohol consumption and quit smoking. 

Supplements for testosterone support often include the mineral zinc, which contributes to the maintenance of normal testosterone levels in the blood. Read our blog on The Best Zinc Foods To Incorporate Into Your Diet to find out about the best food sources of zinc.

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