A new research review found that taking certain supplements could help increase the number and quality of a man's sperm.
Conducted by researchers from the Human Nutrition Unit of the University Rovira i Virgili (URV) and the Institute of Health Research Pere i Virgili (IISPV), Spain, the Institute of University of Guadalajara, Mexico, and the University of Utah, United States, the new This publication analyzed the results of 28 nutritional studies involving 2,900 participants in the effect nutrients, dietary supplements or foods on sperm quality.
The results, published in the scientific journal Advances in Nutrition, showed that taking certain supplements could help increase both the quantity and quality of sperm.
Taking omega-3 and coenzyme Q10 supplements in liquid or tablet form has been shown to have a beneficial effect on sperm count, while selenium, zinc supplementation , fatty acids, omega-3 and coenzyme-Q10 was associated with increased sperm concentration, which is the concentration of sperm in the ejaculate of a man.
Supplements of selenium, zinc, omega-3, coenzyme-Q10 and carnitines appear to improve sperm motility, while supplements of selenium, fatty acids, omega-3 3, coenzyme-Q10 and carnitine have a positive effect on sperm morphology. which is their size and shape.
The new research is the most comprehensive and systematic review to date to examine the effects of different supplements on sperm quality, although it is still unclear whether supplements can help increase the chances of conceiving a sperm. child naturally or through assisted procreation techniques. adding that more studies are now needed to deepen the research.
The World Health Organization has classified infertility as one of the world's health problems. Recent studies have linked reduced sperm quality with unhealthy lifestyle factors such as stress, drug, tobacco and alcohol use and unhealthy eating. JB
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