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Top 20 Sperm Superfoods.
Here is a list of fertility superfoods chock full of key vitamins and minerals that can increase sperm count and sperm health.
Asparagus: Asparagus is not only full of nutrients that are critical for healthy sperm production but it also has unique properties that can help your cardiovascular system and lower your blood sugar. A single serving of 6 spears can be eaten a variety of ways and is a great addition to dishes ranging from stir fry to Italian dishes, soups and salads.
Avocado: Nature’s butter, avocados are full of healthy oils that make them both delicious and good for you. They are high in folate, vitamin E and vitamin C which are very helpful for DNA replication and for helping sperm cells swim. They make an excellent replacement for mayonnaise, are great on salads and can be used in a variety of ways to make breakfast more filling to give you a great start to the day.
Beans: Beans often have a bad rap because they are a little more difficult to digest and can sometimes cause gas. But they are rich in fiber and protein and make an excellent replacement for more empty starches in soups and stews. Most beans are very high in folate which is one of the most important vitamins for both sperm and developing embryos.
Bell pepper: This versatile superfood can be thrown into most meals. It contains over 100% of your vitamin C (more than 2x as much as a typical orange) and significant amounts of nearly all the B vitamins, vitamin A, vitamin E and folate among other things.
Berries: Throw them in your oatmeal, sprinkle on salads or eat them as a snack. Berries pack a powerful antioxidant punch that protects sperm as they develop. They also have a lot of fiber to balance out their sweetness which leaves them with a lower glycemic index (GI) and makes them a great alternative when you are craving something sweet.
Broccoli: There’s a reason mom wanted you to eat it. Broccoli contains nearly all the vitamins and minerals that have been linked to improved semen quality (and overall good health). There are some amazing recipes out there that can turn broccoli into a meal unto itself. Google them. They are delicious.
Citrus: We all know that orange juice is good for us when we get a cold because it is high in vitamin C, but did you know that vitamin C can also help protect sperm as they develop? Other citrus fruits such as grapefruit, pineapple, lemons or lime are also high in this amazing antioxidant and are great for your fertility.
Dark chocolate: Chocolate is a superfood? Yes, please. When consuming chocolate for its health benefits, we are talking about the really dark stuff. The darker the better. Most chocolate is prepared with a ton of fat and sugar (not so good for you). However, dark chocolate labeled with a level of purity (ideally above 70%) does contain several nutrients that are very helpful in sperm development including antioxidants, zinc and selenium. Dark chocolate is also an excellent aphrodisiac – so don’t hesitate to use it to heat things up in the bedroom with your partner.
Greens: No getting around it. Greens are one of the healthiest foods on the planet. If kale feels a little too intense for you, start with spinach. It can be thrown into nearly any dish or used as a base for salad. If vegetables feel like a big step, this one packs a powerful punch and has a mild flavor. It’s almost like taking a multivitamin, except better.
Lean beef: Red meat gets a bad rap. Like chocolate, a lot of beef is high in fat and not prepared very well. However, if you can find grass-fed, organic, lean beef, there are a ton on nutrients in it shown to improve sperm quality including l-carnitine, zinc, coenzyme Q10 and selenium. All things in moderation. Too much red meat can be bad for you, so mix it up with poultry, fish and seafood which are also linked to improved fertility.
Lentils: Commonly used in Indian food and soups, lentils pack a powerful punch. They are one of nature’s best sources of folate, a critical nutrient required for DNA replication that has been found to improve sperm health and reduce birth defects.
Mushrooms: Studies have linked various types of mushrooms with improved immune systems and cardiovascular health. Many people don’t think mushrooms have much nutritional value but they can contain over 15 different vitamins, minerals and antioxidants that are great for your health and for your sperm.
Nuts: A great mid-day snack, nuts are filling, easy to eat and mess free. They are rich in healthy fats and have been tied to better semen quality in several studies. Different nuts have d