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5. Zinc . If you are zinc deficient, the evidence shows that it can be a root cause for low DHT. Furthermore, if this is your underlying issue, you can significantly raise your DHT just by taking this inexpensive supplement. Try to avoid the zinc oxide form, since it is so poorly absorbed. For some of the studies, see my link on Zinc and DHT . (A zinc deficiency can also lead to very low testosterone levels as well.) I do have some cautions though about taking too much zinc and I urge anyone taking supplemental zinc to scan through this page: The Potential Dangers of Zinc .