Today we will talk about sperm nutrition.
Last weekend he was a speaker at the 1st European Conference on Integrative Functional Nutrition bringing together many health professionals from various fields, from nutritionists, integrative and Chinese medicine doctors, holistic healers, pharmacists, psychologists and others.
It is an environment in which we all have a more integrated and effective view of human health. This means that the main goal is to prevent the disease, but if there is already a disease, it must be silenced and controlled – our approach is to get to the cause of people’s symptoms and find the answers that the approved treatment often does not work. Good results.
For those who already follow my work, you know that my focus is on couples’ fertility based on functional nutrition to nourish eggs and sperm.
Furthermore, My Fertility Method – The Ten Stacks by Noelia Arruda features an examination of women’s and men’s fertility in equal depth. Therefore, I wanted to share my lecture on Nutrition in Male Fertility with all the professionals at the conference.
The lecture began by presenting all the tests and examinations that a man must perform to confirm his fertility. It should be taken into account that infertility in men can have pre-testicular, testicular, or post-testicular causes that are unknown, but scientific articles are unanimous in pointing out the power of nutrition to improve and act as a supporting factor in all of these causes.
Many scientific articles presented indicate that all changes in sperm are primarily due to nutritional deficiencies due to an unbalanced and insufficient diet, as well as a more sedentary lifestyle, with more stress, excessive alcohol consumption and exposure to radiation, both for mobile phones. Or computers. As well as cosmetics and food.
The strategies presented were based on the Mediterranean diet, which is undoubtedly the diet with the greatest benefits to men’s health, male fertility and sperm nutrition.
In this sense, adopting healthy eating habits, ensuring that food consumption is safe and full participation in lifestyle and relationships has a transformative impact on the reproduction of our species.
I thank you for your interest and remind you: food for every day. And your health?
Live well…eat better!
See you next week!
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