Walnuts may help increase male sperm count and fertility

Research from the university of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), has demonstrated that eating 75grams of walnuts daily for three months may help to increase men's sperm count and fertility. 117 health men consuming a typical wstern diet were enrolled in a single blinded randomised study. 59 men ate 75grams of walnuts daily, while 58 men avoided … [Read more...]

Vitamin D Link to Male Fertility

It has been known for a while that vitamin D deficiency in animals results in low sperm count and motility. Now a new study by the University of Copenhagen and Copenhagen University Hoispital  looking at 300 men has shown that vitamin D could play a key role in improving male reproductive health especially sperm quality.  In the study … [Read more...]

Coeliac Disease May Be A Factor in Infertility and Multiple Miscarriage

Coeliac dusease is an autoimmune condition in which in susceptible individuals considerable gastrointestinal damage is done when the individual consumes gluten containing grains (wheat, rye, barley). As coeliac disease can prevent with a wide range of symptoms (diarrhoea, constipation, abdominal pain, anaemia), many individuals with the disease may … [Read more...]

Omega 3 Fish Oils May Be Helpful for Male Infertility

A recent study found that levels of omega 3 fish oils in infertile male sperm were significantly lower than those in the sperm of men with no fertility issues. Infertile men were also shown to have a higher ratio of omega 6 to omega 3 fatty acids in their sperm. These findings suggest that increasing levels of omega 3 in infertile men through diet … [Read more...]

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