Which foods increase sperm count?

Supplements unproven. Men who are worried about their sperm and semen are usually trying to have a baby, so may end up buying and taking supplements advertised to help sperm, just for the extra ounce of hope. The uncertain amounts of l-carnitine, vit. E, folic acid, vit. C, or coenzyme q10 that may be in the supplements, along with uncertain amounts of "other" ingredients, have not been proven to help sperm or semen.
Heathly Diet. There is good eveidence that a healthy diet improves ann individuals sperm count. The age old advise of oysters might be based in the increase in omega 3 fatty acids and protein from the seafood. This helps overall health and is in no way a "magic bullet" to improve the quality of semen.

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