Low Sperm Count and Improving Male Fertility

Low Sperm Count and Improving Male Fertility

Low sperm count, production and motility are often bothering men nowadays, since pollution, erratic lifestyle and stress factors are higher than ever. Anyway, it is true that you are what you eat, so consuming the right food can indeed increase sperm count and, thus, treat male fertility problems. Claim Your 20 Free Pregnancy Tests – Click Here

The good news is that these recommended foods are simple and delicious and they will improve your general health condition, besides treating infertility problems. Adopting a healthy diet will not only increase chances of being more fertile, but it will help you regain your health and live a longer life.

Here are five foods which will likely improve the sperm count:

Foods containing Vitamin A

Vitamin A stimulates healthy sperm production for improving fertility. The lack of it was linked by specialists to slow sperm flow. Reliable supplies of vitamin A are peppers, especially the red ones, dried apricots, oatmeal, dark green lettuce, spinach, broccoli and carrots.

Foods rich in Vitamin C

Sperm viability and motility are increased by this vitamin. It is found mainly in most of the yellow vegetables and fruits, strawberries, cooked tomatoes, kale and sweet potatoes. They contain antioxidants which combat free radicals and treat the low level of sperm and fertility dysfunctions.

Zinc rich nourishment

A low amount of zinc in a male body leads to diminished sperm count and low testosterone levels. It increases production of testosterone and raises the semen levels in men. It is responsible with the healthy cell division in the first stages of conceiving. The good news is that zinc is commonly found in many foods, such as eggs, pumpkin seeds, turkey meat, beef, seafood, oatmeal, corn and yogurt.

Folic acid rich diet

Low levels of folic acid can have bad consequences such as birth defects, due to chromosomal abnormalities. Increase food like leafy dark green vegetables, avocados, whole grains, beans and fruit. In some cases even a folic acid supplement is to be considered.

Essential omega 3 fatty acids

Studies have shown that omega 3 and DHA are essential for male fertility. These acids increase the blood flow to the genital area, thus improving sexual function and cure low sperm levels. You find them in anchovies, crab, sardines, salmon, shrimp and walnuts.

Low sperm count is a subject to discuss with your fertility specialist and for advanced problems, they can prescribe you some sperm supplements and fertility vitamins.

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Dr. Renee Hanton, MD
Dr. Renee Hanton, MD | ConceiveEasy
Dr. Renee Hanton is ConceiveEasy's Senior Physician with expertise in the diagnosis and treatment of infertility. Dr. Hanton specializes in the endocrine causes of infertility, such as polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)