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In today’s world, it’s not a wonder that you have been trying hard to get pregnant but it’s just not happening. Infertility is a worldwide concern and no matter how much you have been prescribed with pills and tests and supplements, it’s not treatable. However, cases have been registered where changes in diet patterns have worked miracles.

Although infertility can be both experienced by females and males but male fertility tends to achieve a bigger proportion due to the lifestyle men live in. Male fertility results in low number or low quality of sperm cells that are not sufficient enough to get your female partner pregnant. Here is a list of certain medically proven diet changes that might work for you just in case.

D-aspartic acid:

It’s a dietary amino acid present in testicles, sperm cells, and semen. Foods rich in D-aspartic acid are cheese (1.8g per 100g), chicken(0.3g per 100g), fish(2.5g per 100g), walnut(0.9g per 100g), pistachios(0.9g per 100g), almonds(1g per 100g), Plum(0.8g per 100g). Consumption of 2.66 grams of it daily has known to boost sperm count by 30-60% and increased testosterone levels with 42%.

Consuming enough Vitamin C:

 

Taking 1000 mg of vitamin C can improve sperm motility by 92% and sperm count by 100%. Foods that are rich in vitamin C include Lemon, Oranges, Broccoli, spinach, tomato, cabbage, cauliflower, sweet potato.

Getting enough vitamin D:

According to researches, deficiency of Vitamin D can reduce testosterone levels. Consuming 3,000 IU of vitamin D supplements is known to increase testosterone levels by 25%. They also promote greater sperm motility. Foods that are rich in vitamin D are cheese, egg yolk, tuna fish, orange juice, soy milk.

Tribulus Terrestris (Gokshura in Ayurveda):

 

Also known as puncture vine, it is a medicinal herb known to enhance male fertility. 6 grams of this herb for two months is known to improve erectile function and libido. It is easily available for online purchase.

Fenugreek Supplements:

It is a popular culinary and medicinal herb. 500 mg daily of these seeds have known to improve testosterone levels, strength, improved libido, sexual performance, erectile function, and fat loss. So these seeds works wonder for your fertility.

Getting enough Zinc:

Consuming foods like meat, fish, eggs, and shellfish which are high in zinc are the cornerstones of male fertility. Low levels of zinc pose a risk of male fertility. Zinc supplements increase testosterone levels and sperm count.

Ashwagandha:

Consuming 675 mg of this medicinal herb is known to boost testosterone levels and improve fertility. The supplement of ashwagandha improves sperm counts, sperm motility, and antioxidant status and testosterone levels.

Apart from including above-mentioned items in your diet, consuming a healthy balanced diet, exercising regularly, cutting down on alcohol and tobacco are some other points you can work on. And most important is having hope.

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