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Fertility Diet For Men



Fertility Diet For Men

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A man’s diet can positively or negatively affect his ability to conceive. So it is not only up to the woman to make the right choices when it comes to food. A visit to any top infertility clinic in India and the specialists there will make both spouses understand the importance of a healthy, well-balanced diet. Here are a few fertility foods for men.

Vegetables & Fruit

While this one may seem like a no-brainer, research has time and time again proven that including fresh fruit and vegetables into your diet can help fertility, among other things. Fruits and vegetables, especially cranberries, dried fruit and greens contain antioxidants that keep sperm speedy and strong and protect them from cellular damage. Carrots, apricots and red peppers have vitamin A, which prevents sluggish sperm. Tomatoes, grapefruit, oranges and broccoli contain vitamin C which helps the viability and motility of a sperm. Vegetable oils contain vitamin E which helps in keeping sperm vital. Fruit and green leafy veggies contain folic acid which protects sperm from chromosomal abnormalities.

Oysters

Oysters may be slimy and not everyone’s cup of tea, but there is a reason they find their way among the list of top aphrodisiacs. Oysters contain a lot of zinc, which is known to increase the production of testosterone and sperm. Zinc can also be found in nuts, poultry, beef, eggs, beans and whole grains. Men could also take a zinc supplement to ensure that his sperm is healthy and viable.

Pumpkin seeds

Pumpkin seeds are known to be a source of zinc, which as mentioned above, increases sperm count and testosterone. These little gems also contain omega-3 fatty acids, which are known to improve sexual function and which stimulate the flow of blood to the sexual organs. Other ways to include omega-3 fatty acids in to your diet are by eating almonds, flaxseeds, or fatty fish such as sardines and salmon.

Pomegranate juice

Pomegranates are not only delicious, but are also known to improve sperm quality and count. Include a glass of pomegranate juice in your diet every day and reap its immense benefits.

Go Green

Greens such as broccoli, mustard greens, Brussels sprouts, asparagus, artichokes, beet greens, parsley, okra and collard green are rich sources of L- Carnitine, an amino acid that has been found to normalize sperm motility in men that have low sperm quality.

What to Avoid

Just like there are items that you must include in your fertility diet, there are certain items that you must steer clear of. For instance, sugary, fatty and junk food is known to be detrimental not just to your heart health and waistline, but also in impairing male fertility. Stay away from foods that have high mercury content such as tilefish, tuna, kind mackerel, and swordfish, which have been found to have a link with infertility in both men and women. Don’t forget to keep the alcoholic and caffeinated drinks at bay too, as they have been found to decrease sperm count in men. Allow yourself to have two cups of tea or coffee a day and limit your alcohol consumption as well.

Avoid foods that have too much soy in it, as soy tends to mimic estrogen in the body, which could lead to a decrease in testosterone. Try and eat organic as much as possible, as pesticides have been known to cause infertility in men by decreasing healthy testosterone production.

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