Food and Male Fertility



http://ezinearticles.com/?5-Powerful-Vitamins-That-Help-Combat-Male-Infertility&id=558254

Zinc – plays an important role in the formation of new sperm and maintenance of sperm motility. For infertile men with low semen zinc levels, a trial found that zinc supplements (240mg per day) increased sperm counts.

ZINC –

Wheat Germ
Pork Shoulder
Fortified Cearls
Low fat roast beef
Coacoa Powder and Chocolate
Lamb
Peanuts
Chicken Leg
Pork Tenderloin
Lobster
Baked Beans
Dry Roasted Cashews
Low fat Yogurt with Fruit
Garbanzo Beans
Almonds
Milk
Chicken Breast
Cheddar Cheese
Mozzarella
Kidney Beans

http://www.healthaliciousness.com/articles/zinc.php

Vitamin C – protects sperm from oxidative damage and prevents sperm sticking together – called sperm agglutination. In one study, men who suffered agglutination took a supplement of 200-1000 mg per day, which increased their fertility.
Vitamin C –
Red and Green Hot Chili Peppers
Guava
Bell Peppers
Thyme
Parsley
Mustard Greens
Kale
Broccoli
Kiwi Fruit
http://www.healthaliciousness.com/articles/vitamin-C.php
Arginine – is needed to produce sperm. Research shows that several months of arginine supplementation increases sperm count, quality and fertility.
peanuts
walnuts
brazilnuts
cocunut
Dairy milk
Beef
Chicken
Turkey
Pork
Seafood
Oats
Wheat
Chocolate
Soybean
Chickpeas
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arginine

Vitamin B12- is needed to maintain fertility. A study showed that taking 1,500mcg per day for 2 to 13 months increased sperm counts in 60% of the men.
Fortified Cereals
Fish
Beef
Lamb
Shrimp
Yogurt
Clams
Dairy Milk
Pork
Eggs
Chicken

http://www.health-boundaries-bite.com/Foods-Containing-B12.html

Vitamin E – deficiency has shown to lead to infertility in animals. In a preliminary human trial, 100-200 IU of Vitamin E given daily to both infertile couples led to significant increase in fertility. It is thought that Vitamin E supplementation may enhance fertility by decreasing free radical damage to sperm cells.
Clams, Oysters, and Mussels
Liver
Caviar
Fish
Crab and Lobster
Beef
Lamb
Cheese
http://www.healthaliciousness.com/articles/foods-high-in-vitamin-B12.php

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