Historically, connective tissue was generously consumed along with the meat and organs of animals providing a healthy consumption of amino acids.
Modern society does away with this important and other nutrient rich portions, preferring the meat that is made from the muscle of the animal.
This results in too little essential glycine and proline amino acids and far too much tryptophan and cysteine in our diets.
Eating broth that is made from the connective tissue and organs of an animal can rectify this.
However, this is not to everyone's taste and there is a much simpler and tastier alternative.
Gelatin is made from the connective tissue and is a great source of this type of protein providing 15% proline and 27% glycine amino acids. The product has no flavor and can be added to any food or beverage.
But how exactly does it promote testosterone production? Apart from getting the necessary amino acids to boost production, it can also affect sleep patterns positively which is important to improving testosterone levels as well as overall quality of life.