MALE INFERTILITY

A male’s fertility depends on the quantity and quality of sperm that he produces. It is estimated that about 30 percent of the time, infertility problems come from the man. Depending on these factors, a man may or may not be able to conceive a child with his partner. Fortunately, there are ways to enhance the quality of sperm, thereby potentially improving a man’s fertility status.

Not all test results are positive. In the event a man receives an unfavorable fertility result he can still potentially improve his overall fertility by making the following relatively simple life changes:

  • Avoid toxins such as cigarettes, alcohol and drugs
  • Avoid eating foods sprayed with pesticides and the use of plastic food storage containers.
  • Eat healthy organic foods such as green vegetables, raw pumpkin seeds, and tomatoes
  • Start a regular exercise routine of ~30-45 minutes a day, 3-5 days a week
  • Use nutritional supplements such as Vitamin C, zinc, selenium, and antioxidants

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