We now know that certain foods are beneficial for male fertility but sometimes it can seem hard to incorporate these ‘superfoods’ into our diets. This salad combines the sperm-health protecting benefits of raspberries with folic-acid rich spinach to create a big bowl of nutrients to increase male fertility and sperm count.
Every culture has a beans recipe, and for good reason – beans supply a high dose of fibre, protein, antioxidants, vitamins and are low in sugar – all essential for male fertility. This recipe includes other male fertility foods such as peppers, garlic, and the healthy unsaturated fats from olive oil.
Amino acids, sound familiar? Semen is made of protein, and amino acids are the building block of protein. Eating foods rich in amino acids help to improve sperm count and morphology, as well as protecting against free radical damage to the sperm. This delicious combination of amino acid rich tuna combined with mango and green beans is a healthy (and tasty) way to boost your daily intake of vitamins necessary for male fertility.