Eat more good fats
“Fat is important in the production of testosterone. Women do have testosterone but produce it in much lower quantities than men. It’s the hormone that’s primarily responsible for sex drive,” says Young. “So when our diet is low in fat, it tends to shut down that testosterone production.” Good sources of healthy fats include seafood, avocados, eggs and nuts and seeds (such as pumpkin seeds, which also contain zinc, a micronutrient that can boost testosterone levels).