Wednesday , February 24 2021

Can supplements affect sperm quality?



A new research review has found that taking some supplements can help boost sperm counting and man's quality.

It was done by researchers at the Rovira to Virgili University Fostering Unit (the Pere Pere Research Institute for Virgilio (IISPV), Spain, the University, Guadalajara, Mexico, and the University of Utah, USA, the new publication analyzing the results 28 a nutrition study involving 2,900 participants to look at the effect of nutrients, dietary supplements, or food on sperm quality.

The findings, published in the Scientific journal in Scientific Nutrition, showed that taking some supplements could help boost the amount of sperm and quality.

The benefits of omega 3 and choenzyme C10 in a liquid or tablet form have been found to have a beneficial effect on sperm count, while the diet adds to selenium, zinc, fatty acids, omega-3 and coenzyme-Q10 with a sperm increase in concentration concentration of sperm in ejaculate man.

Addition to the diet with selenium, zinc, omega-3, coenzyme-Q10 and carnitines seems to improve sperm mobility, and selenium, fatty acids, omega-3, coenzyme-Q10 and carnitine supplements were associated with a positive effect on the morphology of the sperm, their size and shape.

The new research is the most extensive and systematic review to date to look at the effects of different supplements on sperm quality, although it is still unknown whether supplements can help to increase the chances of nurturing a child naturally or through assisted reproductive techniques, with researchers adding that more studies are needed to research further.

The World Health Organization has now distributed infertility as a global health problem while recent studies have linked sperm quality reduction to unhealthy lifestyles such as stress, drug, tobacco and alcohol, and an unhealthy diet.


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