Under a healthy diet meant a diet with high levels of nutrients (fatty acids omega-3, vitamins E, C, D, folic acid, beta-carotene, selenium, zinc, cryptoxantine, lycopene) and low levels of saturated fatty acids and TRANS fats.
Male Fertility Diet
The experts found that fish, seafood, poultry, whole grains, vegetables, fruits, dairy products with low fat content has a positive impact on the quality of sperm. And processed meat, soy products, potatoes, fatty dairy products, cheese, coffee, alcohol, sugary drinks and sweets reduced sperm quality.
Scientists came to the conclusion that the transition to a healthy diet, e.g. Mediterranean diet can significantly increase the chances of men for paternity.
The Mediterranean Diet
I am actually going to talk about what is metabolic health, why is it important for your overall health, and how you can improve it with olive oil. I started using Leonardo olive oil a few months back and am experiencing the benefits. Over the last decade or so, there has been a sharp rise in non-communicable diseases or NCDs, globally, and statistics clearly indicate that this will only get worse. In the Indian context, there are four NCDs that…
Mediterranean Diet by Tai Morello
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