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Foods That Can Boost Sperm Quality And Improve Fertility In Men

Because of the intricate nature of sperm production, several factors outside diet and nutrition influence sperm count. Just like every other human organ, a man's reproductive system could benefit from a balanced diet full of vitamins and nutrients according to an article written by webMD.

The vitality of sperm depends on their quantity, motility, and morphology.

1. Mostly, the amount of fluid being measured. To be fertile, your ejaculate must contain at least 15 million sperm per milliliter of semen. When there are few spermatozoa in an ejaculate, it may be more challenging to impregnate a woman.

2. The smooth flow of events. Fertilization of an egg requires a sperm discharge to travel all the way from the cervix, through the uterus, and through the fallopian tubes. It's called "motility" when something can move about.

3. The Stuff of It (morphology). The lengthy tails of normal spermatozoa help propel their round heads. The greater the quantity of healthy, normally formed sperm, the higher the probability of fertilization.

According to studies, here are some foods you should consume regularly to help maintain strong sperm and to also boost your fertility naturally.

1. Fish

In particular, the omega-3 fatty acids found in abundance in fish are thought to increase sperm count.

2. Healthy fruits and vegetables

Fertility in men can be improved by eating more fresh fruits and vegetables, due to the increased concentrations of vitamins and antioxidants found in these foods.

3. walnuts.

The quality of fluid outflow may be enhanced by eating walnuts regularly, according to one study.

4. Banana

The banana-derived enzyme bromelain improves the fluidity and motility of a man's spermatozoa. Regulating hormones involved in sexual activity is another way they boost mood. Hence, if you usually eat bananas, there are several benefits to continuing this habit according to studies.

Here are some other tip that can help to improve your fertility.

1. try to live as healthily as possible; bad habits have far-reaching effects on your body, including your fertility.

2. Reduce your weight; being overweight is associated with a lower fertility rate. You should make weight loss a priority if your doctor suspects that your excess fat is contributing to your infertility.

3. limit your alcohol intake as much as possible; doing so will help maintain healthy testosterone levels and sperm quality.

4. Consume enough amounts of folate; a lack of this nutrient has been associated in some research to reduced sperm quality according to studies.

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