Unfortuately I was not able to find a proper explanation of testosterone synthesis in the human body... anyone got an url for me?
However, what I know is that the following nutrients are needed for testosterone synthesis:
magnesium (higher free testosterone+total)
high copper levels can lower testosterone (maybe because of the inverse relationship between copper and zinc)
I know there are plenty of supplements that can raise testosterone such as DAA, or increase free testosterone such as Longjax(was that ever scientifically proven...?) but I am mainly asking for whats needed for optimal testosterone synthesis. Reasoning behind this is that those supplements should work even better once the body is not lacking anything it does need to produce testosterone.
Guys if you can add something/give me some hints, that'd be great.