Diet and Effort to Have OffspringArtikel-bahasainggris.blogspot.com - What you eat can affect the sex cells, better known as 'sperm' formen and 'egg' for women. Fertility in touch with what food is in the eating, so do a balanced diet canincrease the chances to conceive and produce healthy offspring in the future. You do not have thepower to change something that is derivative, but of course you can control what goes into thestomach.Actual differences in the male reproductive cycle and women is that men produce new sperm every daywhile women are born with a finite number of eggs and are not renewable in their ovaries. Because thequality of the eggs continued to decrease with age, so women who are aged above 35 years is moredifficult to conceive. On the other hand, men face different problems. Their fertility levels are heavilyinfluenced by the quality, quantity and spontaneous movement of their sperm. Usefulness of theirreproductive organs, like testis, and epididymis skotrum (located in the vessel), also have an influence.Lack of food can damage the reproductive system. Zinc, folic acid and calcium, which is a mineral thatcan be found in food, should always be part of the daily diet to maintain fertility or fertility rates.Consumption is also A, C, E and selenium, which in sufficient quantities to function as antioxidants, tofight free radicals from cigarette, alcohol, drugs and others.If you want to have offspring, then you need to pay attention to what you eat. If you have not noticedyour diet, get started, before it's too late.