Learn how to Raise Your Sperm Count - Organic Food.
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I am amazed by the fact that people are having such a hard time reproducing, that we have to go like -- a lot people have to go the fertility clinic in order to have babies. I have done a lot of reading like Nutrition and Physical Degeneration and Pottenger's Cats and you see how modernize food seems to be hardly associated with lack of fertility and reproductive problems. Now I was reading another day and I have heard this before in seminars, but I stumbled upon it again for the day and I was reading a book called Under the Veil of Deception and that's Paul Chek and it's about organic farming, it's about soil that we are only as healthy as a soil and I wanted to share an excerpt with you about fertility and organic food and this is a great reason for guys to eat organic foods and for women to encourage their men to eat organic foods. Now check this out. Based on 61 studies published since 1938 involving a total of nearly 15,000 subjects, Swan who was the researcher found that average sperm counts among healthy American men have dropped from 120 million sperm per milliliter of semen in 1938 to just over 50 million sperm per milliliter. I have such a hard time saying that, in 1988. So we moved from 120 million sperm all the way down to 50 million sperm per milliliter in a matter of 50 years. That's the decline of 1.5% each year. In Europe sperm count to fall interrupted the same levels though twice as fast at 3.1% each year between 1971 and 1990 that's huge. We do not have the sperm count that we use to have only 50 years ago. That's amazing. Furthermore, should you be worried not if you eat organically raised vegetables and animals like me. The Organic Farming, Food Quality and Human Health report cites two current research studies showing that sperm like organic food. The studies found that groups of men who can consumed organically grown food had average concentration of 99 in a 127 million sperm per milliliter respectively. The latter having the highest intake of organic food greater than 55% of the diet. So given these guys an organic just a 50% organic diet got their sperm counts back up to normal levels. The control groups who did not eat organic food had average concentration of 69 in 55 million per milliliter respectively. They still had the lowest sperm count. Now while the author state that these differences may have been due to other lifestyle or geographical factors such as country versus city dwelling or occupational exposure to other chemicals. It is interesting to note that the men eating organic food had sperm count very similar to the men in 1938, while those not eating organic foods have sperm count in accordance with those reported by Epidemiologist Shanna Swan. It is also worthy to know that no matter who you are or where you are, we are all being exposed to toxic levels of industrial chemicals. Eating organic food is a sure way to lessen the overall burden on your system, guys. You are made out of like a 120 trillion cells. Those cells need nutrients. The nutrients you get from organic fruits and vegetables and organic foods are far superior and far greater than you will ever get from commercial conventional foods. It's like night and day. If I told you to build a brick house with wood, you would look at me like I was nuts, but that's what we are doing. We are taking in processed foods and we are not giving ourselves the body building materials that we need that were suppose to get from organic foods. So it's really no surprise that we can't reproduce anymore. It's no surprise that we are sick, it's no surprise that we have low sperm counts. What I encourage you to do is do a YouTube search for PPNF, Price-Pottenger Nutrition Foundation and learn about the words of Weston Price and Francis Pottenger and just to give you a quickie on Francis Pottenger, he did a study with cats. So he had one group of cats that eat raw foods with the nutrients intact. He had another group of cats who ate pasteurize coo
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