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Best 6 Foods To Boost Your Fertility

Infertility is defined as a disease of the reproductive system and results in disability. Despite the high burden, couples and individuals, who desire but are unable to achieve and maintain a desired pregnancy, have needs which are not being addressed, especially in lower resource settings worldwide.

However, if as a lady or a man you have been infertile, nor cannot be able to reproduce, do not fret, because I would be sharing six best food to boost your chance of being fertile

1. Sunflower Seeds

Roasted sunflower seed kernels, are rich in vitamin E, an essential nutrientbwhich increases sperm count and i motility. In addition, sunflower seeds offer substantial amounts zinc, folic acid, and selenium, all of which are potent fertility nutrients with stellar benefits.

2. Citrus Fruits

Not only are oranges, grapefruits and other citrus fruits one of the best sources for vitamin C, they are also packed with potassium, calcium and folate, a B vitamin that can help you get pregnant by regulating ovulation and creating a healthy environment for eggs.

3. Mature Cheese

Polyamines are proteins found in plant and animal products. They are also naturally occurring in humans. Research has found that polyamines may play an important role in the reproductive system. Mature cheese is specifically high in the polyamine putrescine, which may play a role in sperm health.

4. Cooked Tomatoes

Tomatoes are high in the nutrient lycopene, a powerful antioxidant, which can help augment your fertility. Lycopene has been extensively studied for its potential role in improving male fertility

5. Beans and Lentils

Beans and lentils are an excellent source of fiber and folate, both of which are crucial to maintaining a healthy hormonal balance. Lentils also contain high levels of the polyamine spermidine, which may help sperm fertilize the egg.

6. Asparagu

Asparagus is a nutrient- packed superfood. It is low in calories, that will fill you up, and give you a boost of fertility vital nutrients.

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