Posted by Chantel Martiromo
Fertility is a natural process to insure the survival of human species.
Through natural selection, we produce many offspring when the
reproductive system works at it's peak in the suitable environment with
plenty foods around. On the other hand, the reductive system may
completely shut down or work at it;s minimum state and we produce less
offspring, when the environment is hostile including less foods around,
war, epidemic, etc. But regardless any situation. most women are capable
to conceive sometimes before menopause.
The Effects of Minerals in fertility
Calcium besides is vital in maintaining strong bone
density , it also helps to increase the function of heart in blood
circulation, resulting in increasing blood flow to the reproductive
organ, thus promoting natural fertility.
important in neuro transmitting information between grain cells and
regulating the hormone production of the glands. Deficiency or high
level of copper disrupts these processes, leading to hormone imbalance
and nervous tension, thus lessening the chance of fertility.
besides is important in treating enlarged prostate, it also helps to
strengthen the testes in sperm production with the assistance of
testosterone, resulting in increasing the quality of sperm. Deficiency
of zinc causes low levels of testosterone, thus increasing the risk of
sexual dysfunction and poor sperm quality.
besides is vital for the absorption of oxygen from the lung, it also
helps to increase nutrients to the body and induce ovulation, leading to
natural conception. Deficiency of iron may increase the risk of
miscarriage and birth defect.
Magnesium helps to
protect our body against cardiovascular diseases and immune dysfunction,
thus increasing blood flow to the reproductive organs and strengthening
the immune function in fighting against cell oxidation, thereby
preventing infertility caused by blood stagnation and promoting healthy
sperm quality and count.
It is said that
deficiency of manganese not only causes the low sperm count and quality,
but also increases the risk of testicular degeneration.
is important to prevent sperm oxidation, thereby increasing the sperm
quality and deceasing the risk of abnormal cells growing into
reproductive organs including endometriosis and fibroids.
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