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Omega-3 fatty acids can treat male infertility
March 27, 2019 12:08 PM
Medical experts located in Iran and Australia have been studying the connection between the consumption of omega-3 fatty acids and how it can impact male fertility. The study consisted of 143 men that had their semen tested in order to see if it had appropriate levels of DHA and EPA, which are two main components in active fertile responses in men. After consistently taking in omega-3 fatty acids, a recognizable increase in both DHA and EPA were shown.
"In conclusion, the findings of the systematic review and meta-analysis suggest that supplementing infertile men with omega-3 fatty acids may significantly improve sperm motility and seminal DHA concentration."
Read more: https://www.naturalnews.com/2019-01-25-omega-3-can-treat-male-infertility.html
Eating THIS Could Prevent Male Baldness
October 12, 2017 01:14 PM
Male hair pattern baldness happens to 2 out of 3 men by the time they hit the age of 35. Genetics play a major role in your hair development over your lifetime. Nutrition plays a huge role too. Many people do not know that a diet consisting of healthy fats and protein will help fight off male hair pattern baldness. A diet consisting of high omega-3 fat like fish. Foods rich in Zinc are also helpful to fighting off male hair pattern baldness. Eat a diverse and healthy diet to maintain male hair pattern baldness.
"By the age of 35, statistics indicate that two out of three average American men will have some form of hair loss — most likely male pattern baldness."
Read more: http://www.thealternativedaily.com/eating-this-could-prevent-male-baldness/
10 foods to boost male fertility
December 11, 2016 12:59 PM
Male fertility has been under scrutiny in recent years, and much research has been done to improve sperm quality in men. There is no agreement on the cause of the decline in male fertility, but many specialists have suggestions on simple changes that can have a positive impact. The diet is the first thing that many are encouraged to alter in an effort to increase sperm function. Zinc and fructose are essential to the production of sperm. Therefore, men should make sure their diet includes these supplements. Alcohol, diet, and soft drinks should be avoided, as well as adrenaline.
"Women also need zinc at this time for many regulatory processes to happen. Zinc is involved in blood glucose control and keeping a healthy insulin response."