It contains a mineral that can make old men as fertile as young stallions.
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And most men aren’t even aware they are losing sensitivity in the first place.
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Can this “sea fruit” fix your prostate?
Strangely enough, this “sea fruit” actually boosts men’s testosterone and men’s potency.
And that’s because this “sea fruit” is rich in many minerals that you can’t get anywhere else – especially the correct forms of copper and zinc.
Zinc is important for male vitality and fertility. We’ve known that for a long time.
Oysters, scallops, mussels, octopus, and squid are the best sources of dietary zinc and copper together.
This is probably why they are also well known as aphrodisiacs. They actually help!
A new study shows that a deficiency of zinc may be responsible for “idiopathic” sexual performance problems in men.
(Idiopathic – that means relating to a condition that arises spontaneously or for which the cause is unknown.)
This study was conducted at the Biochemistry Department of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University in Bangladesh.
69 infertile men and 16 fertile men took part in the study.
The researchers analyzed the levels of zinc in the blood and semen of these men.
Zinc was higher in the seminal plasma of fertile men.
“Seminal plasma zinc level was higher in the fertile than the infertile group.”
All of the markers of fertility measured in the study showed a positive relationship with seminal plasma zinc.
“In fertile men, all parameters showed a positive relationship – and in infertile men, except for sperm morphology, all other parameters showed a negative relationship with seminal plasma zinc.”
In fact, the study found that zinc levels in the seminal plasma of fertile men were higher than those of infertile men.
“Seminal zinc levels in fertile men are higher than those in the infertile patients – although the serum zinc level is lower.”
It seems that the levels of zinc in seminal plasma are strongly tied to the health and fertility of the semen.
“Zinc levels in seminal plasma have a direct relationship with semen parameters.”
And these important results build upon a lot of previous data showing the importance of zinc for male reproductive health and vitality.
We also need zinc for normal development of the male reproductive system.
“Male fertility is influenced by zinc and plays an important role in normal testicular development, spermatogenesis, and sperm motility.”
Zinc deficiency also lowers testosterone and the amount of semen produced.
“Low zinc levels have a negative effect on serum testosterone concentration and seminal volume.”
Zinc has many protective effects in the male reproductive system.
“Zinc in seminal plasma stabilizes the cell membrane. It may also have an antibacterial function and protect the testes against the degenerative changes.”
Zinc deficiency is quite common globally and may explain many cases of male infertility where the cause is otherwise unknown (idiopathic infertility).
“Poor zinc nutrition may be an important risk factor for low quality of sperm and idiopathic male infertility.”
Men need about 100 mg of zinc per week to avoid a zinc deficiency.
You could get a week’s worth of zinc from 4 to 8 ounces of oysters. (The amount of zinc varies depending on the source of the oysters.)
Here’s another very important function of zinc in men: It is an aromatase inhibitor.
Aromatase is an enzyme that converts testosterone to estrogen.
High levels of aromatase can lead to a decrease in masculine traits and an increase in systemic inflammation.
So you need adequate zinc in your diet to help keep aromatization and estrogen in check.
And zinc is not only important for the reproductive system.
It is also involved in over 300 processes in the body.
For example, we need it for the production of DNA to repair cells. It improves sleep.
Zinc helps fight infections such as cold and flu.
Unsurprisingly, given zinc’s role in male fertility, it also seems to be very important for prostate health.
Low levels of dietary zinc are associated with an increased risk of enlarged prostate, benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), inflammation of the prostate, and prostate cancer.
Overall, zinc is an essential mineral for human health and fertility.
Everyone should make sure they are getting adequate amounts of zinc – but not too much because it can cause an imbalance with other important micronutrients such as copper.
You should see a healthcare professional about fertility problems or zinc supplementation.
These men said goodbye to their prostate problems and erection problems… Now they are having the time of their lives sexually, thanks to THIS…
I’ve found that prostate problems and problems with sexual function have the SAME cause.
Internal inflammation causes both.
This has been proven again and again.
Here is one such study…
According to the study, “These data strongly suggest that BPH is an immune inflammatory disease.”
What does this mean?
It means you can solve BOTH problems at the same time!
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And that helps bring back your sexual drive and function and shrinks down your swollen prostate.