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23rd Aug 2013, 09:35 AM #1
23rd Aug 2013, 09:46 AM #2
Hi Sathyapriya, male infertility problems are caused by the failure to produce enough sperm. Fortunately, many men can rectify this troubling issue just by changing their diet.
One of the primary culprits of low sperm production is overheating, which is why many doctors recommend goji berries. These bright-red berries contain powerful antioxidants that improve circulation, combat oxidative damage and keep temperature levels in the male reproductive organs at an optimal level. Many doctors and herbalists believe goji berries also improve overall stamina, mood and well-being, all of which are critical for a healthy and happy sex life.
Mankind has been using garlic to treat everything from the common cold to cardiovascular disease for hundreds of years, and now we finally know that this fragrant bulb can also be used to boost sperm count. That’s because garlic contains high levels of allicin, an organosulfur compound that can create millions of hardy little swimmers by improving blood flow to your sexual organs.
23rd Aug 2013, 09:51 AM #3
Pl. go through the below Penmai links, which may help you...
5 Foods to Increase Sperm Count, Production, and Motility
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23rd Aug 2013, 09:54 AM #4
Men have been turning to ginsengfor hundreds of years to improve their virility, and now scientists are finally beginning to follow their lead by investigating the medicinal properties of this fabled root.
When it comes to foods that boost your sperm count, sometimes it helps to get a little seedy. A report published in the World Journal of Chemistry revealed that pumpkin seeds contain protective compounds called phytosterols, which can help shrink an enlarged prostate and improves testosterone production. These tasty little seeds are also loaded with omega-3 fatty acids that help improve blood flow to both of your heads.
If you want to improve your sperm count, consider walnuts. These tasty tree droppings are overflowing with omega 3 fatty acids which have been found to increase sperm count and sexual function by improving blood flow to the genitals.
23rd Aug 2013, 10:11 AM #5
One way of increasing your sperm count is by decreasing harmful free radicals in your body, which is why many doctors recommend a steady diet of asparagus. Known for its cleansing and healing properties, this miraculous green veggie contains a high concentration of vitamin C that protects sperm from oxidative damage and increases sperm volume and motility.
Everyone knows that an apple a day keeps the doctor away. But if you want to keep fertility specialists away, you should probably try adding bananas to your daily routine. That’s because this phallic fruit contains an enzyme called bromelain, which has been found to increase male libido and sex - drive. Bananas are also an excellent source of vitamin B, which can help increase your stamina in the sack.
Peruvians have sworn by the mystical powers of the maca plant for years, and now there’s finally scientific evidence to support their claims. Performing a 12-week double-blind placebo-controlled trial, researchers at the Universidad Peruana Cayetano Heredia found that men who were given 1,500 to 3,000 milligrams of maca extract a day experienced increased seminal volume, sperm count per ejaculation and sperm motility. The trial subjects also reported a dramatic increase in sexual desire, which likely led to some very awkward moments at the lab whenever anyone had to bend over to pick up a fallen beaker.
It isn’t a mere coincidence that lovers celebrate Valentine’s Day by giving gifts of chocolate. This decadent dessert contains L-Arginine HCL, a powerful amino acid that has been clinically proven to double sperm and semen volume. As an added bonus, L-Arginine HCL can also increase your sexual pleasure by giving you stronger and more intense orgasms. Just make sure not to eat too much dark chocolate, as excess weight can cause testosterone/estrogen imbalances that can further reduce your sperm count.
Looking to put a little extra lead in your pencil? You may want to try Oysters. A fascinating study conducted at Barry University in Miami found that these bivalve mollusks contain potent amino acids that help produce testosterone in males and progesterone in females.
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