3 Foods That Can Help To Improve The Quality And Thickness Of Sperm.

Sperm quality and thickness is one of the prime factors that affects fertility. Most men go through a lot in terms of low sperm count and quality, which also makes them unable to perform well in bed. But what most of them do not know is that there are some foods that can improve the quality and thickness of sperm.

These foods can increase the production of testosterone, thereby increasing sperm count as well as sperm motility and quality. In this article, I’ll be talking about some of the foods which all men should consume regularly to increase their sperm count and thickness. See them below;

1. Nuts. 

Nuts are rich in healthy fats like omega-3 fatty acids, which can improve the vitality and thickness of sperm. Examples of nuts that are good sources of healthy fats and protein includes walnuts, groundnuts, peanuts, tiger nuts, cashew nuts and almonds. They help to boost the volume of sperm by promoting blood flow to the testicles. 

2. Spinach (Ugu Leafs).

Spinach, also known as Ugu leaf in Nigeria is rich in folic acid which is essential for healthy sperm production in the body. A lot of leafy and green vegetables are rich in folic acid but spinach is more ideal. Consuming spinach with higher levels of folic acid helps to reduce the number of abnormal sperms in the semen, thereby increasing the chances of successful penetration of the sperm into the egg.

3. Eggs. 

Its no secret that eggs are a healthy option to increase sperm count and thickness. After all they are filled with lots of protein nutrients as well as Vitamin E and zinc. Eggs also protect the sperm from damaging free radicals and improve motility. The nutrients present in an egg, aids in the production of stronger and healthier sperm which can improve fertility.

If you are planning to have a baby and want to increase your virility as a man, you should consume more of these foods. A man’s reproductive system relies on the thickness of the spermatozoa to improve the chances of pregnancy.

Source: Healthline.

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