According to experts, although there are many factors that cause male infertility
According to experts, many young people have the habit of eating a partial eclipse when they were young, and malnutrition is also very common. When the human body lacks certain vitamins or trace elements, it may cause testicular spermatogenesis disorders, leading to male infertility.
The specific reasons are as follows:
1. Zinc deficiency
Lack of zinc can cause testicular atrophy, sexual dysfunction, and lead to infertility. Plant foods rich in zinc include peanuts, walnuts, oats, etc. Animal foods rich in zinc include liver, eggs, fish, meat, oysters, etc. To maintain the nutritional balance of food, we must develop the habit of not partial eclipse. Once we find that there is a deficiency in a certain aspect, we must pay attention to supplementing it in due course.
2. Lack of arginine
Arginine is the raw material for making sperm . Plant foods rich in arginine include frozen tofu, tofu skin, peanut kernels, soybeans, sesame seeds, seaweed, peas, walnuts, etc. Animal foods rich in arginine include eel Fish, cuttlefish and octopus.
3. Cholesterol deficiency
Among the nutrients related to reproduction, cholesterol, arginine and zinc are the most closely related. Cholesterol is an important raw material for the synthesis of sex hormones, with the highest content in animal viscera. Eating appropriate amount of liver, kidney, intestines and other viscera can not only adjust the taste of the diet, but also increase the raw materials of sex hormones.
In addition, experts suggest that any food that affects the quality and quantity of sperm, as long as the nutrition is unbalanced or malnourished, will affect the fertility of men. If this is the case for a long time, it may eventually lead to male infertility.
Therefore, for their own health , but also for the next generation, every man must develop good eating habits.