Good nutrition can generate valuable dividends, and there is no better time than the present to start. The better a man’s nutritional status, the healthier his sperm are and the more easily a woman will conceive. His diet should be very similar to a woman’s pre-pregnancy eating plan. However, the calorie intake will be altered based on his age, sex, and body structure and activity level. By using the recommendations below, he will be providing his body with adequate nutrition and also supplying the key nutrients such as Vitamin C, Vitamin E, calcium and Vitamin D. These nutrients have been identified as having specific roles in the production of sperm. (Green world Multivitamins is recommended here)
A man’s daily diet should include bread, grains and pasta (6-11 servings daily); vegetables (3-5 servings daily); fruits (2-4 servings daily); protein and meat (2-3 servings daily); and dairy (2-3 servings daily).
In addition, here are some other nutrients and factors that can affect male reproductive health:
Antioxidants: All fruits and vegetables are full of antioxidants, which help keep sperm healthy. At a 2006 meeting of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, researchers reported that the more produce a man ate, the more mobile his sperm were.
Weight loss: Your partner might consider slimming down if you’re trying to conceive. According to a study presented to the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology, men who are obese (a BMI of 30 or higher) were 40% more likely to have sperm abnormalities and were 60% more likely to have lowered sperm counts. Researchers say the excess fat can raise the temperature of the testicles (Green world slimming care package is recommended here)