Comments from our nutritionist, Yunman Liu:
Research from Paul T. Williams and Barry Franklin suggests that among individuals who ran more than 16 km per week, antidiabetic, antihypertension, and LDL-C–lowering medications are inversely related to vigorous physical activity and cardiorespiratory fitness.
Exercise and healthy eating go hand by hand. Vitamin D and zinc may play an important role in modulating testosterone level.
Vitamin D are found rich in fish, including carp, halibut, eel, mackerel, salmon, swordfish, trout, catfish, tuna, sea bass, etc. Do not forget 15 minutes of sun exposure provides about 1000 IU vitamin D, which is free of charge.
Zinc-rich foods are oysters, scallop, shrimps, red meat, turkey, oatmeal, whole wheat products, quinoa, black beans, chickpeas, mung beans, blackeye peas, almonds, peanuts, sesame, sunflower seeds, etc.
Gaining more drive for exercise from the following link: