Everyone experiences free radicals in the body as a result of things like exercise and inflammation. But when free radicals outnumber antioxidants in the body, it can lead to oxidative stress. This imbalance can be a result of certain environmental and lifestyle factors including pollution, radiation, cigarette smoke, certain cleaners or pesticides, and a diet high in fat, sugar, and alcohol. Oxidative stress can go on to contribute to male infertility during the reproductive years. However, research suggests that certain key nutrients play a vital role in improving sperm count, quality, and overall motility.
Beyond sperm motility
But what if fertility isn’t a concern? Increasing testosterone supports sperm motility for healthy fertility, but it can also help provide more energy and resistance to stress. A healthy sperm count, and by extension healthy testosterone levels, can help contribute to healthy body fat percentage, blood pressure levels, and metabolic or cardiovascular function.
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