First, some foods can affect sperm production.
Such as celery, kale, water chestnut, cottonseed oil (oil food), etc., long-term consumption may lead to a decline in sperm quantity and quality.
Second, seafood is a good thing, but not too much.
Nowadays, environmental pollution is becoming more and more serious, and the mercury content in seafood is also increasing. Therefore, eating seafood should be done in moderation. Excessive consumption may cause long-term accumulation of mercury in the body, which will not only affect the motility and quantity of sperm, but also damage the body.
Third, alcohol and tobacco are the most powerful poisons.
Excessive alcohol and tobacco can affect the function of the epididymis, interfere with sperm DNA, etc., thus hindering our “man-made” plan.
Fourth, partial eclipse, nutrient deficiency and overnutrition can also affect fertility.
Amino acids (amino acid food), vitamins (vitamin food) and trace elements (trace element food) in the diet are closely related to sperm production, maturation and mobility. Descent leads to sterility. People who love meat and don’t like vegetables (vegetable food) should be vigilant.
Some people may question whether the above statement exaggerates the impact of food on fertility. Give an example to refute: We all know that too much nutrition can lead to obesity, especially in the juvenile (juvenile food) period, fat deposition will make the posterior lobe of the pituitary gland fatty, affect the function of the pituitary gland, and reduce the release of male hormones , testicular shrinkage, penis underdevelopment, etc., such boys are likely to be infertile when they grow up.