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PostSubject: Your sperm are what you eat   Fri 18 Jan 2013, 17:15


Your sperm are what you eat: Poor diet linked to poor sperm count


(NaturalNews) Correlations between lifestyle and male fertility have
been made in numerous studies over recent years. Some show that well fed
sperm cells are most likely to achieve successful fertilization, while
others confirm what most of us already suspected: that bad diet and
lifestyle choices are an important cause of male infertility.


Saturated fats reduce sperm counts, whole grains and fruits boost them

Saturated
fats, are not just harder to digest, they may even be responsible for
dwindling sperm counts in men. A recent study on young Danish men found
that those who had a diet high in foods containing a lot of saturated
fats (cheese, cream, fatty meats, chocolate and processed foods) also
had 38 percent lower sperm concentrations and 41 percent lower sperm
counts than men who did not consume an excess of saturated fats.

Last
year, a Brazilian study found that whole grains have a positive impact
on sperm counts and viability, and that increased consumption of fresh
fruits boosted sperm speed and agility. Things like obesity, drug,
alcohol and coffee consumption, but also excessive heat, have the
opposite effect, reducing motility (which describes how well the sperm
"swims").

Top five food groups to boost sperm count

Not all fats are created equal: heart-healthy Omega-3 is also great for your sperm. A study published in the journal Human Reproduction found that men who had a higher intake of Omega-3 had the healthiest looking sperms. Flax seeds, chia seeds,
hemp, and walnuts are bursting with Omega-3 fats, vitamin D, protein,
dietary fiber, iron, calcium, and disease fighting antioxidants.
According to best selling pregnancy and parenting author Heidi Murkoff,
Omega-3 fats have the ability to improve blood flow to the genital
area, which in turn ensures better sexual function and healthier sperm cells.

Kale,
spinach, collards, asparagus, avocados and beans are loaded with folic
acid, which is an important constituent of healthy sperms. Low levels of
folic acid have been linked to sperm cells with chromosomal
abnormalities.

Oysters and blackcurrant, but also spices like
mustard, sesame, and celery seeds are excellent sources of zinc and
selenium, trace elements that have been strongly linked to male fertility. One study found that zinc deficiency decreased testicular function in four out of five men.

Citrus
fruits, red peppers and sweet potatoes contain some folic acid as well,
but more importantly, they are rich in vitamin C, which is necessary
for folic acid absorption. Vitamin C also reduces oxidative stress on
sperm cells, improving their life span and motility.

Vitamin A is
crucial for the maturation of healthy sperm cells. It is used in very
precise biological processes that ensure the replication of healthy
genetic material. Low vitamin A intake in men could undermine the sperm
cells chances of reaching and fertilizing the egg. Heidi Murkoff
described sperm low in vitamin A as "sluggish" in her 2009 best selling
book "What to expect before you're expecting."

Source:-
http://www.naturalnews.com/038727_sperm_count_fertility_poor_diet.html
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