The Testosterone Boosting Benefits Of Luteolin
An Ingredient that you could soon start seeing in some of the better testosterone boosters out there is Luteolin
What Is Luteolin
Luteolin is a Flavone – a type of flavanoid,. it is found in the leaves, bark and rind of the ‘terminalia chebula’ tree.
In foodstuffs it is also present in foods such as Celery. Broccoli, Carrots, Green Peppers, and Navel Oranges.. herbal sources include Parsley, Thyme, Peppermint, Rosemary and Oregano.
Uses Of Luteolin
There has been a great deal of research into the various affects of Luteolin.
Common uses include its use as an antioxidant, plus the promotion of carbohydrate metabolism, modulation of the immune system and the treatment of type 2 diabetes.
It has also been linked with an ability to reduce and possibly treat certain cancers.
Luteolin and Testosterone
Luteolin can offer a 2 pronged attack on low testosterone production….
It has shown in studies that it is an effective and powerful anti-estrogenic….
By reducing the conversion of testosterone into estrogen, the effects of low testosterone can be minimised and in many cases improved
Its effects as an antioxidant can also play an important part in treating low testosterone.
Inflammation caused by oxidative stress has been found to be a common precursor to low testosterone and the removal of the free radical toxins, helps to reduce cellular inflammation caused by exposure the the environment.
Studies do indicate that the daily supplementation of luteolin can without any doubt provide a boost to the treatment of low testosterone.
We should expect to see this name appearing on many supplement labels in the near future.