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Does the male reproductive system need any vitamins or supplements used on a normal basis?
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David Escobar
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In brief: No
No, not in particular. There is some speculation that saw palmetto can help with male prostate health later in life, but the studies thus far have not been supportive of this.
In general, eat healthy, exercise regularly, use safe sex practices, do not smoke or use tobacco products and wear protection while playing sports; these are the best practices to follow for good male reproductive health.

In brief: No
No, not in particular. There is some speculation that saw palmetto can help with male prostate health later in life, but the studies thus far have not been supportive of this.
In general, eat healthy, exercise regularly, use safe sex practices, do not smoke or use tobacco products and wear protection while playing sports; these are the best practices to follow for good male reproductive health.
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Dr. Mark Sibley
We all recommend a diet rich in fruits & vegetables.However, all studies show this doesn't exist in the USA.-Vitamin E helps our capillaries stay healthy.Use theTocopherOl, not the tocopherYl--I must recommend foods that are rich in Lycopene. Studies show that Lycopene decrease prostate cancer.Here is a list of foods with Lycopene-http://www.healthaliciousness.com/articles/high-lycopene-foods.php
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