Pomegranates are useful in problems ranging from cold and flu to low sperm count. Pomegranates contain anti- oxidants that fight a chemical in the blood which destroys
sperm. This chemical is known as malondialdehyde (MDA).
Malondialdehyde is also found in the semen and is associated with low sperm quality. A new study published recently in the International Journal of Medical Research and Health
Sciences (2013) also shows that smoking increases the levels of MDA in semen and lower the sperm count in semen.
Another world study of production of low sperms published in Clinical Nutrition Journal shows that daily consumption of pomegranate juice destroys free radicals and boosts your sperm quality.
Eating beef is also a rich source of zinc which possesses protective
properties that prevent free radicals from becoming part of sperm. Zinc stops testosterone from converting into estrogen which is responsible for low libido.
According to Mayoclinic, daily consumption of 66 milligrams of zinc may increase sperm counts in subfertile men and 220 milligrams of daily zinc is helpful for sexual dysfunction in men. If you’re vegetarian, don’t worry! There are plenty
of vegetarian and vegan foods that are abundant sources of zinc.