The best way to treat male infertility is to take preventive measures in advance, and the simplest and most effective way is to adjust the diet. It is important to understand that the key to preventing male infertility is diet. So, what should be paid attention to in terms of diet to prevent male infertility?
The key to preventing male infertility is diet
Adequate high-quality protein: Protein is an important component of cells and an important raw material for generating sperm. Reasonable supplementation of foods rich in high-quality protein is beneficial for coordinating male endocrine function and improving the quantity and quality of sperm. Excessive intake of protein can easily disrupt the balance of nutrient intake in the body, resulting in insufficient intake of various substances such as vitamins, and causing acidic constitution, which is very detrimental to pregnancy.
Reasonable supplementation of minerals and trace elements: Minerals and trace elements in the human body have equally important effects on male fertility. The most common elements are zinc, selenium, and other elements, which are involved in the synthesis and delivery of male testosterone, while helping to improve sperm motility and reproductive physiological activities such as fertilization. Zinc can regulate the function of the immune system and improve the motility of sperm in the body. Zinc deficiency in the human body can lead to a decrease in sperm count, an increase in abnormal sperm count, as well as decreased sexual and reproductive function, and even infertility.
Eat more fruits and vegetables: Fruits and vegetables contain a large amount of vitamins that are essential for male reproductive physiological activities. Some foods containing high vitamins can greatly help improve the quality of sperm survival. Both vitamin A and vitamin E have the effects of delaying aging, reducing chronic functional decline, and also have good effects on sperm production and improving sperm activity.
The diet for preventing male infertility mainly includes the following
Plant foods: sesame, cucumber, leek, Undaria pinnatifida, walnuts, etc.
Animal foods: lamb, loach, sparrow, light vegetable (mussel meat), shrimp, sea cucumber.
Among them: Walnut kernels are rich in protein eggs and minerals, such as calcium, magnesium, manganese, zinc, etc. They also contain various nutrients such as fat and vitamins. They have the effects of moistening the lungs, strengthening the kidneys, and nourishing blood. Whether eaten raw or cooked, they can treat kidney deficiency, erectile dysfunction, and ejaculation. According to the ancient medical book 'Compilation of Medical Forest Essentials', walnuts can nourish the kidneys, nourish the vital gates, and strengthen the essence.