Boost Your Sperm (b022946)

Believe it or not, your diet affects your sperm production big time (how it affects the taste is debatable, however). And although I’m sure you already know that a diet that’s low in fat, and high in protein , vegetables, and whole grains is good for your health, I bet you didn’t know that it’s also good for your sperm. Keep the boys healthy, speedy and in abundance by eating healthy
The study we referenced earlier , for example, also notes that processed meats can be quite bad for your sperm count, and that fatty fish are your friend. Eating fish like salmon and tuna could have up to a 34% difference in your sperm count. Go fish!

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