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Natural Health for Fertility E-zine, Issue #022
April 02, 2011

Treating Sperm Motility Naturally

In this edition of my Ezine, I want to talk about important things a couple suffering from infertility can do when it involves poor sperm motility.

The most import aspect of sperm motility is the sperm's ability to swim forward. If this does not happen it is because the sperm cell is somehow damaged by oxidative stress. The following a few simple jet powerful steps a man can take each day to improve the motility of his sperm:

1. Avoid foods that contain additives, too much red meat, hydrogenated oil, but increase consumption of omega 3, fresh organically grown fruit and vegetables.

2. Increase protein intake from legumes like lentils, chick peas, beans and peas.

3. Increase intake of whole grains especially Quinoa and Kamut.

5. Avoid smoking and alcohol consumption.

6. Take antioxidants like CoQ10, quescetin, carnitine, and arginine.

7. Do not wear synthetic underwear.

9. Avoid putting a lap top or a cell phone closer to the reproductive organs to avoid electromagnetic damage.

10. Consider doing a detox or cleansing.

To learn more about this topic read my article Improving Sperm Motility Naturally.

How to Get Pregnant Naturally In 10 Easy Steps

Increasing fertility can be accomplished by making some simple changes to your diet and to your life style. Here, I will be sharing with you ten important steps you should follow in order to significantly increase your chances of getting pregnant. These steps are easy to follow for anyone with a busy schedule.

Read How To Increase Fertility Step-By-Step

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