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Foods To Boost Fertility And Increase Sperm Count by tigerex27: 9:36pm On Nov 26, 2018
Our fetal development and fertility depends on various underlying factors, partly on the type of food(s) we eat or lifestyle etc. This tends to cause either infertility or increased chances of getting pregnant and so a great deal of attention is required from us especially couples who are trying to conceive. Although it is not easy to explain how food women eat help boost fertility. But there is some fascinating, if preliminary research showing that your fertility may be what you eat and that filling your belly with certain foods (and avoiding others) tends to improve your chances of getting pregnant.
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However, there are cases of poor women who don’t feed well but never had difficulty in conceiving while some women who check the nutritional values of food they consume still find it difficult to conceive. Nevertheless, it is of great importance that a proper diet must be taken in other not to have a negative impact on the health condition of the child or fetus.

This article will expose you to some recommended foods that can help increase your chances of getting pregnant and also stimulate your sexual performance as a man or woman. You will also learn some food that improves a mother and child health conditions:

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Here are a few foods that can improve fertility in men and boost sperm-count:

Oysters are good for the production of sperm: Oysters are highly rich in sperm production because they are one the best sources of zinc. Feeding on 15mg a day- around 50g of oysters – and you’ll be making babies before you know it. There are other great sources of zinc which includes; turkey, pumpkin seeds, lobster and mussels.

Dark chocolate for antioxidants: A great way to start is by eating dark chocolate which contains amino acid that has been proven to double sperm and semen volume. It’s also high in antioxidants – enough to rival pomegranates. Antioxidants are a great weapon against free radicals, nasty little molecules found in pollution and toxins that are linked to male infertility. But don’t go overboard – putting on weight can cause imbalances in testosterone which could lower your man’s sperm count. A couple of squares a day is plenty.

Garlic for sperm motility: Garlic has a lot of therapeutic properties. It contains two magic elements – allicin, which improves blood flow to his sexual organs and protects sperm from damage, and selenium, an antioxidant that improves sperm motility. However, other studies indicate that excessive consumption of garlic can inhibit testicular functions and impair sperm count. So limit yourself to having two to four cloves a day to improve your sexual health.

Banana increases libido: According to research, bananas have been found to increase male libido and regulate sex hormones because of an enzyme called bromelain. They are also rich in vitamins C, A and B1 which will boost his body’s ability to produce sperm.

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