Dry Fruits Boost Male Fertility

Dry Fruits Boost Male Fertility and Increase Sperm Count

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A new research has found that eating Dry Fruits Boost Male Fertility and Increase Sperm Count.

Scientists say that men who used to eat two handfuls of walnuts, almonds and hazelnut daily for 14 weeks, not only increased the strength of their sperm but also increased their speed of swimming.

The results of this research have come at a time when the number of sperm of men in western countries is declining. It is being caused by pollution, smoking and health-related problems.

Scientists say that with good and balanced feeding can be overcome this problem.

Dry Fruits Boost Male Fertility

                                               Dry Fruits Boost Male Fertility

One in out of every seven couples is facing problems in producing a child. In about half of the couples, it is due to men fault.

Scientists researched 119 healthy men. His age was between 18 and 35 years. These men were divided into two groups.

Of this, 60 grams of dried fruits was given to one group in the food daily, whereas the second group food was kept the same as before.

Scientists from this research discovered that sperm of men eating Dry Fruits increased by 14 % while their health improved by four % earlier. Not only this, there was an increase of 6 % in sperm strength.

According to experts, this research also confirms other researches that, according to which eating omega-3, fatty acids and anti-oxidant food makes fertility better.

These nuts contain all the nutrients.

Albert Salsa Hautos, doctor of ROVIRA I VIRGILI UNIVERSITY of Spain who researches, says, “Scientific is gathering evidence that good food helps improve fertility.”

However, scientists also say that the men who had been studied were healthy and it is still to see how it will affect the weak men.

Science professor Allen Pessie of the University of Sheffield says that it is possible that men who eat Dry Fruit have made any positive changes in their lives that have not been included in the research. Professor Allen was not involved in the researchers.

Dr Virginia Bolton, a clinical ambient surgeon in a male hospital in London, says the findings of the research are theoretically interesting, but it is impossible to say what can contribute to increasing the probability of their conception.

She says, “But until we get the answers to all the questions, we should tell our patients that they stop smoking and drinking, eat better and live a healthy life.”

These results of the research were presented at the meeting of the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology in Barcelona.