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TOP FIVE MALE. By Emma Cannon FERTILITY NO-NO’S

Diet and lifestyle play important roles in male health and fertility. There is evidence that specific nutrients support fertility. Good sperm health includes count, morphology (structure) and motility (movement). There also needs to be good levels of semen to transport and provide energy for the sperm. It is generally said that sperm takes 90 days to mature but it is closer to 2½ months. Sperm develops in the testicles for 50-60 days and are then excreted into the sperm-maturing tube, the epididymis, to complete their maturation for another 14 days. Healthy habits including diet and lifestyle should be encouraged to increase the chances of healthy conception and also for the development and future health of the baby. The genetic material in sperm reflects exposure to stress, nutrient deficiencies and environmental toxins.

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