We’re talking male fertility.

In about half of the couples with fertility issues, the challenge lies with the man.  If it’s true that about 1 in 6 couples have trouble falling pregnant, that’s a lot of guys who want to improve their sperm.


There are different causes of male fertility issues. The most common is that the man’s semen doesn’t have enough “normal” sperm to swim and fertilise the egg.

A semen test is usually the first step to check it out.

It’s good to get a semen test even if the woman has known factors, which might affect her chances of falling pregnant. There could also be semen issues. Even if a guy has other kids, it’s possible his sperm is not as healthy as it could be right now.

AND as with all tests, there are “normal ranges to measure against.  Are your guy’s results near the bottom of that range? If so, maybe there’s still room for improvement?

It’s good to get the best egg and strongest sperm to make the healthiest baby we can.

So today’s top tips are for the men in your life.


6 Health Hints To Boost Male Fertility By Boosting Sperm Health:-


#1 Eat a varied diet rich in healthy organic foods. Avoid additives, pesticides, preservatives and processed foods and the dreaded sugar.


#2 Kick to the curb smoking, alcohol, street drugs and any unnecessary medications. Speak to your doctor about these for support and guidance.


#3 Check your reproductive health. Visit a Genito-Urinary Health clinic for a health check up. If you’ve been trying to conceive for a while ask your GP for a sperm analysis test.


#4 If you suspect allergies or digestive problems, get them checked out. These can affect your nutritional status and you need good nutrition to make a healthy baby…which leads me to…


#5 Check out your nutrition status. Speak to a practitioner like me about hair mineral testing for mineral status and toxic metal load.


#6. Reduce your exposure to environmental nasties like pesticides, pollution, harmful chemicals in toiletries and cleaning products or at work if you work in industry.


It takes about 3 months to make sperm.  So, your guy should make these changes at least 3 months before you want to try to get pregnant, ideally.


If you liked this blog, you’ll LURVE my FREE online programme called 7 Steps To Boost Fertility. 

It covers ALL the basics you need to know to boost fertility as a couple.

It’s for you whether you’ve pee’ed on a gazillion sticks already or you’re just starting to get your head around getting baby fit.  And also if you’re choosing IVF.

It’s super easy to access via  link I’ll mail you.  Easy to use in the secure, online classroom – no-one can see you in there but me.

Watch the stuff at home or listen via headphones on the go – very discreet.