How To Improve Sperm Health With Food

be-hydrated

It is important to be hydrated. So we need to be consuming about half our body weight in ounces when it comes to water. And that water needs to be mineralized.  You need to filter water, but then you need to add the minerals back in. You can easily get some sort of liquid minerals to replenish your water with the minerals that were depleted in the filtration process at the store. It will also help to improve sperm quality and produce more sperm. You can find herbal products to boost sperm count using this rating.

Oils that we don’t want to consume. You want to stay away from sunflower oil, sesame seed oil, canola oil, corn oil, especially soybean oil, walnut oil, grapeseed oil, vegetable shortening. These are all horrible for us and they all chemically produced and processed. They are not naturally made.

Most of us cook with olive oil. And olive oil is an excellent healthy fat for us, it’s just not intended to be cooked at high temperatures, it has a low smoke point and is in stable of high temperature, so it changes the chemical structure of the oil. So we recommend for very low heat, but essentially raw cooking added to salads and dressings.

Olive-Oil

Avocado oil and olive oil are my two favorites. Coconut oil is phenomenal. There is absolutely nothing wrong with butter and don’t let anybody tell you otherwise butter is great. Another item that is really good for cooking with this beef fat bacon fat, pork fat, duck fat. Assuming all those things are grass fed that you have really nutrient-dense high essential fatty acids in the fats, and they helped reduce inflammation in the body.

Sweeteners are horrible for us. So I want you guys to try to eliminate, and I encourage you all to go on a sugar detox. So with this I want you to focus on only natural sugars potentially be used in moderation: dates sugar, brown sugar, cane sugar, raw sugar, fruit juice natural), honey, maple syrup, stevia.

Sweeteners

My favorite is really stevia. And if you need something it should be stevia that you are using. In moderation, the others can be used as well.

Definitely stay away from all those artificial sweeteners that make everything low-fat and no sugar that they use in all these diabetic products. They are nonsense, and they are horrible for you and long-term they will kill you.

A natural but not recommended are agave, barley malt, brown rice syrup, caramel, corn syrup, fructose, fruit juice concentrate.