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Foods that Improve Sperm Quality

Low sperm count makes conception difficult. If the sperms are 20 million a milliliter of semen, it is considered low in count. Those women failing to conceive should have their husband checked for sperm count. It is not necessary for infertile men to show other related problems. They can have healthy relations, no problem for their women to enjoy with the intimate moments, and so on.

In lots of cases, male infertility can be treated. In this article, we are mainly concentrating on the foods that improve sperm quality. There are some foods which can boost body's production of testosterone and improves the quality of semen. Clams and liver contain good amount of vitamin B-12; Oysters are high in zinc that helps increase testosterone and semen production; legume and leafy green vegetables, and whole grains contain vitamin E; orange and lime are rich in vitamin C, and so on. The nutrients such foods contain help produce more sperm.

Normal sperm count should be between 20 million to 100 million per milliliter of semen. When we take adequate nutrition our body remains healthy and all its organs work properly, including normal sperm quantity will be produced. Taking foods rich in nutrients like vitamin b-12, vitamin E, vitamin C, etc make the healthy body function properly and improve sperm quality.

Sperm Enhancer FoodsThere are many foods which are considered good to increase sperm count. Raw sunflower seeds and pumpkin seeds not only helps you produce more sperm, they are found effective to enhance male hormones and in treating loss of libido symptoms. It is said that if anyone diagnosed having low sperm count, consume one-fourth cup of raw sunflower or pumpkin seeds daily as food, sperm count will increase. Unprocessed foods also help increase sperm count and many sexologists advise their patients to consume whole and unprocessed foods.

People, with low sperm count, regularly consuming whole grains, vegetables, legumes, fresh fruit juice, seeds, nuts, and dry fruit show good results in improving overall health condition and improve sperm quality.

While we find many foods that improve sperm quality, there are foods that must be avoided to improve sperm quality. Avoid junk foods, fatty foods, canned foods and foods that are packed using preservatives. Liquor and tobacco certainly decrease sperm quality. Avoiding such foods can be very helpful in normal sperm production.

Other ways to improve sperm quality are taking multivitamin supplements, avoiding heavy saunas and hot tubs, and doing some suitable exercise regularly. These precautionary measures not only help you maintain good health, but also work positively on your health.

Having normal sperm count is what nature has gifted to every man. If the sperm count is low due to some underlying disease or disorder, it should be treated as soon as possible. In some cases, sperms production gets lower due to some damage to the testes. In fact, not only testes, a number of glands inside the body take active part in producing the bulk of seminal fluid.

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