5 Superfoods To Improve Your Sperm Health

5 Superfoods To Improve Your Sperm Health

12 Oct 2022 | 2 min Read

Seema Bhatia

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Over the past few decades, bad lifestyles and diet have contributed majorly to decreasing fertility in both men and women. Continuing such unhealthy habits can lead to infertility.

Other than the positive changes in your lifestyle, it is also important to make adequate changes in your diet to make it healthier to support your sperm health.

Here are 5 superfoods that you can include in your diet to maintain a good sperm health

1. Salmon

Salmon is rich in omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin D, antioxidants, and selenium. The nutrient in salmon plays a role in regulating the blood flow in the male genitals, protecting the sperm from any kind of damage within the reproductive organ, and maintaining a healthy sperm count.

2. Dark chocolate

Dark chocolate is rich in flavonoids that have anti-inflammatory properties. It helps heal the inflammatory areas in the body, supports the production of healthy sperm, and maintains adequate sperm count.

3. Walnut 

Walnuts are an excellent source of omega 3 and omega 6 fatty acids, proteins, and other nutrients. It protects the sperm from free radical damage, reduces sperm abnormalities, and supports adequate sperm count.

4. Sunflower Seeds 

Sunflower seeds are a good source of Vitamin E, omega 3, and omega 6 fatty acids, selenium, folate, and other essential nutrients. It gives a book to the sperm count and improves sperm mobility.

5. Pomegranate

Pomegranate is a good source of antioxidants, vitamin K, potassium, and Vitamin C. it helps to boost sperm count and boost sperm quality, and mobility. It supports blood circulation around the body including the genitals for its smooth functioning.



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