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Foods That Replace Lost Sperms.

You may be living a healthy lifestyle and taking good care of your body but what about your sexual life? There are several exercises you can do and food you can eat to improve the reproductive health especially for men. There are foods and nutrients that have a positive effect on the penile performance and restoration of healthy sperms. If you are planning to have a baby, the first thing you should check is the health of your sperm. The sperm count, its motility and volume have a direct connection to your chances of having a baby. However, after releasing during lovemaking, there are certain foods that help the body and provide the male reproductive system with the necessary boost and nutrients to restore lost healthy sperms. As a man, it is advisable to eat any of these foods after sex to help regain vitality.

Banana. Yes, the fruit that looks like the male organ is good for phallic health. Rich in vitamin B1, vitamin C and magnesium, bananas improves the count and motility of the sperm.

The fruit also contains Bromeliad, a rare enzyme, which regulates the sex hormones.

An aphrodisiac, dark chocolate is also great for your sperms. It contains L-Arginine, an amino acid, which improves the volume of the sperm. It also improve orgasm and quick aid the body to produce more sex hormones. Dark chocolate is also rich in antioxidants. However, there is a word of caution, do not over eat them.

Another sexual enhancer, oysters is also great for sperms replacement. It contains a high amount of the essential mineral zinc, which is important for improving the production of healthy sperm and testosterone levels. Eating oysters will surely increase the number of sperm in the genital.

Garlic is a superfood that boosts immunity and has several health benefits. They also contain selenium and vitamin B6, which are important for the production of healthy sperm. It also improves the blood flow to the testicles.

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