Antioxidants, Foods for Male Infertility

All of the cells of the human body are susceptible to free radical damage, including sperms cells. Studies have shown that 40 percent of infertile men have high levels of free radicals. Vitamins C and E, and the mineral selenium provide strong antioxidant properties to fight free radical damage and maintain the integrity of sperm cells.

Foods High in Vitamin C:
All fruits and vegetables, particularly cherry, Broccoli, citrus fruits, Black currants, Green leafy vegetables, Guavas, Kiwi. Mangoes, Melons, honeydew, watermelon, Papayas, Peppers, strawberries, Tomatoes.

Foods High in Vitamin E:
Almonds, Blackberries, Cod liver oil, Corn, Corn oil, cottonseed oil Currants (black) Grapefruit. Oats, Olive oil, peanuts, safflowers oil, Sunflower seeds / Sunflower oil, Wheat and wheat germ.

Foods High in Selenium:
Onions Bran, Spices, Brazil nuts, Tomatoes Eggs, Turnips, Fish & seafood, Vinegar, Wheat germ, Whole grains, Mushrooms.