Semenax and Healthy Diet
You’ve heard that you are what you eat. If you’re looking to conceive, you might want to be a fruit or vegetable. You’re better off being an oyster than a fat, juicy piece of steak. And if emerging studies bear any weight, you should be rich in antioxidants.
The benefits of antioxidants are widely published and well-known. They include protection against Alzheimer’s and cognitive decline, cancers, and possibly heart disease.
Research is ongoing, but there’s a possibility that antioxidants also boost fertility. In recent clinical studies based in New Zealand, researchers found that sub-fertile men taking antioxidant supplements were four times more likely to conceive than sub-fertile men who didn’t.
Sub-fertile refers to men with lower sperm count than average, but still capable of conception. Researchers theorize that up to 80% of cases of delayed conception in sub-fertile men are attributable to the effects of oxidative stress on sperm cells, which lowers both count and quality.
Oxidation is a process in which molecules called free radicals damage DNA and cells’ ability to function.
Antioxidants are molecules, including certain vitamins and nutrients, that stabilize free radicals and thus protect cells.
In New Zealand, researchers analyzed 15 studies of 96 pregnancies among 964 couples. Among these pregnancies, males who took antioxidant supplements boosted their chances of conception by four.
Researchers say it’s too early to conclusively say whether or not antioxidants alone can boost fertility. But antioxidant-rich foods, including green leafy vegetables and fruits, are linked to higher fertility in men.
In other words, certain foods are proven to increase the chances of conception. And if these foods are rich in antioxidants, as most are, there’s a good chance you’ll be adding a nursery to your house very soon.
Antioxidants occur in a variety of foods but are particularly high in vegetables, berries (especially dark-pigmented berries like blue and blackberries), grain cereals, legumes, nuts, soy, olive oil, chocolate, cinnamon, spices and herbs, coffee, tea, and red wine.
Generally speaking, processed foods contain fewer antioxidants than uncooked, fresh foods. Boiling antioxidant-rich vegetables, like broccoli, often decreases their nutritional value.
Vitamin E and zinc are antioxidants with an especially high influence on male fertility. Olives, mangoes, and tomatoes are all high in vitamin E, whereas oysters and pumpkin seeds are good sources of zinc.
Having said this, there are sources of antioxidants known to negatively influence male fertility. These include coffee, tea, and animal products with hormone content, including meat. These foods, while high in antioxidants have other ingredients that interfere with the fertility-boosting effects believed attributable to antioxidants. Tea, while generally very healthy, contains caffeine, which can inhibit fertility.
You can complement the potential effects of antioxidants and a healthy diet on male fertility with Semenax, a proven, all-natural semen volume enhancer, and producer of healthy and plentiful sperm.
Much of Semenax’s effectiveness comes from its blend of minerals, herbals, and amino acids used since ancient times to boost sex drive and enhance overall sexual health.
Pumpkin seed, for example, is an ingredient in Semenax, rich in zinc, and renowned for its ability to stimulate the male sex drive. Studies also suggest that, in addition to producing healthy sperm, pumpkin seeds may also protect against prostate cancer.
Semenax boosts sperm and aids male fertility with healthy sperm and larger semen loads. Both of which increase the odds your sperm will find a happy home.
While the foods in this article are known for their health and fertility-boosting properties, today’s fast-paced lifestyle can make it difficult to eat a healthy and balanced diet. Using a proven semen volume enhancer like Semenax ensures you’re getting essential vitamins and nutrients conducive to sexual health and male fertility.
And when combined with a healthy, balanced antioxidant-rich diet, Semenax helps men achieve enjoyable sex which very often leads to healthy and happy conception.
Semenax and Healthy Sperm
If you’re looking to conceive and you’ve heard how difficult it can be to maintain a healthy sperm count, take heart. You can have healthy swimmers with minor lifestyle adjustments. You don’t have to become a monk or banish yourself to a deserted island to protect your sperm either.
But you do need to be aware that healthy sperm thrives with a specific set of biological factors. What’s more, you can boost your sperm count and quality with a proven semen volume enhancer, like Semenax. More on that later. First, let’s look at how lifestyle affects sperm.
The average sperm count for a healthy male is between 120 million to 350 million per cubic centimeter. A low count is below 40 million. The more sperm you have, the greater your chances for insemination. You can also gauge healthy sperm by its motility, or ability to move to an egg.
A healthy lifestyle is very important for high sperm count and sperm motility. You’ve heard it said many times to abstain from smoking, recreational drugs, and excessive alcohol. Here’s another reason: they all adversely affect sperm. So if you’re looking to conceive, don’t smoke, drink or do drugs!
Chemical exposure, from pesticides, plastics, and industrial pollutants is hard to avoid in today’s consumer-driven society. They’re also proven to damage sperm. Go organic where possible, especially for pesticide-heavy products like apples. Better yet, go organic with all your food. Yes, it can be more expensive, but your swimmers will thank you for it. Avoid plastic containers and wrapping, as they all contain traces of industrial pollutants. Inconvenient, yes, but it’s a short-term adjustment.
A healthy diet plays a major role in male fertility. Go green, with lots of leafy vegetables, like kale, broccoli, and spinach. Lemons and oranges are good. Fresh organic fruits, whole grains, and legumes can all ensure your sperm are numerous and healthy. Stay away from animal products with a high-fat content with hormones, like dairy, chicken, beef, and pork. A bit of an adjustment here for your inner carnivore, but while you’re looking to conceive, it’s a good way to go.
Avoid coffee, tea, and alcohol while you’re looking to conceive as well. Tell yourself they’re short-term sacrifices.
Exercise helps maintain healthy body weight. Moderate exercise, five times a week for at least 45 minutes can be very beneficial to male fertility. Moderate is the key here; excessive exercise, like marathon running and professional sports, can lower sperm count. On the other hand, obesity is linked to lowered sperm count and impotence. Light and regular exercise relieves stress and helps maintain healthy body weight. Both are essential to healthy sperm.
Nutritional supplements can also be an effective way to boost male fertility. Vitamin C and zinc are the most important nutrients here; vitamin C, at 2000 to 6000 milligrams a day prevents sperm from sticking together, which increases motility and the odds they’ll reach their target. Zinc is proven to boost testosterone, sperm count, and motility. A good dose of zinc is 100 to 200 milligrams a day.
Arginine is an amino acid that can also boost an increase in count and motility.
For further assistance from mother nature in boosting male fertility, there’s a variety of herbals that stimulate erections, sex drive, blood flow to the sex organs, and improve overall sexual health. These herbals include Panax ginseng, Muira Pauma, ginkgo Biloba, horny goat weed, and Tribulus Terrestris.
And some trivial habits you can change that will have your swimmers plentiful and happily moving. Don’t stick your cell phone in your front pant pocket! While ongoing research continues into cell phones and the effects of radiation on the human body, some studies suggest that putting your phone near your groin might expose your sperm to radiation, thus lowering their count. Also, avoid tight-fitting pants (like spandex) that fit tightly around the groin, and don’t spend excessive time exposing your penis to hot water. They both lower sperm production.
Finally, when looking to conceive, take Semenax! As the most effective semen volume enhancer available today, Semenax boosts sperm volume and health with its potent blend of safe amino acids and herbal extracts, including arginine, Muira Pauma, and Tribulus Terrestris. Remember them? All in Semenax, which produces no known side effects and is all-natural, doesn’t require a trip to a doctor.
Semenax also increases sperm load, which means longer orgasms. You’re cool with that right?
This article outlines male fertility and how you can increase your chances of a healthy conception. When blended with Semenax, some time, patience, and a whole lot of sex (gee, life is so rough!) you’re well on your way to a baby in your future.