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What diet can I follow to improve the sperm count ?

what natural food can i take to improve low sperm count rapidly and what natural food can a woman take to get pregnant easily.
Asked On : Thu, 14 Apr 2011
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hello,your diet should having vitamin a which is important for healthy sperm and increased sperm count which is from red papper ,carrot,oatmeal,dried apicort.secondly vitamin c which is important for sperm motility and sperm vitality which is from aspargus,snow peas,cooked tomatoes,stawberries.thirdly vitamin e which is for both male and female fertility increase.then ca which is important for sperm function and motility child devlopment in female which is from yourgut,dried fruits,seeds,green leafy vegetables,chees. then salmon,sardine,wallnuts having DHA and assential omega 3 fatty acid which increased sexual function in both.then eggs,oyester,pumpkin seeds, what gram,pine nuts having leafy veg,avocadoes,whole grains beans having folic acid which decreas the birth defect
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