With the increasingly serious social pollution, the number of infertile men has been increasing in recent years, and the reasons for this are mostly related to sperm quality issues. The lack of vitality and poor quality of sperm are the main causes of male infertility. Experts suggest that male friends can eat more oysters, which can have a good effect on improving sperm.
Men eat more oysters and supplement zinc to prevent infertility
Male infertility: zinc supplementation is recommended
It is reported that researchers from the University of Auckland in New Zealand found through an analysis of 34 studies conducted on over 3000 couples that couples who have difficulty conceiving can successfully conceive by taking antioxidants such as zinc.
The researchers selected some men with low fertility who have problems with low sperm count or poor quality, making it more difficult for women to conceive than normal men, but still have fertility. These men increased their wives' ability to conceive four times by taking zinc. Therefore, experts suggest that male friends should eat more foods rich in zinc, and experts recommend that male friends can eat more oysters.
Oysters: A Super Food for Male Sperm Enhancement
Experts said oysters are a super food that can significantly improve male fertility. Eating two or three oysters a day can supplement the human body with enough zinc needed every day. This mineral can improve sperm motility and number. After consuming the zinc element from the Football Association, the secretion level of male hormones will be maintained within the normal range, allowing men to have abundant physical strength, exercise vigorously, and regain their strength in bed.
Experts introduce that in real life, up to 20% of men have fertility disorders, and some couples only become pregnant after many years of marriage. When free radical molecules are destroyed and there are too many by-products of cell metabolism, the normal function of DNA and germ cell will be affected. Antioxidants such as zinc can protect cells from free radical damage, as they can help sperm swim freely. In addition, they can also help increase the likelihood of child survival.
(Intern Editor: Cai Junyi)