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    Can You Boost Low Testosterone Naturally?
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    Read what this doctor has to say about how you can naturally help you boost your testosterone levels.
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    I have read a couple articles in some health magazines in regards to boosting testosterone naturally. One of them claimed that there was a study done on taking 3,000 IU of Vitamin D a day for 6 months, increased testosterone markers by about 17%. Another study showed that green tea extract could have a similar effect. Unfortunately, i dont remember the source of the article. Any thoughts would be appreciated

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