Fertility is a natural capability to produce offsprings. The rate of infertility among the modern world is at an alarming rate due to the regular intake of some foods and substances that destroys fertility in men.There are foods according to studies and research that increases the fertility rate in men which are to be consumed by young men to increase their fertility rate.
Vegetables: Vegetables are a good source of Vitamins but according to studies, green leafy Vegetables have proven to help in boosting the fertility rate in men.
Walnuts: Walnuts are packed with Omega-3 fatty acids that boost blood flows which in turn increases the male fertility.
Vitamin-C: Studies have proven that food enriched with Vitamin-C helps in boosting the fertility rate in men.
Bananas: Bananas has been found and proven to improve the male fertility rate and hormones. Bananas are rich in. Vitamin C, A and B1.
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