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Low sperm count can be a Prime concern for some people. A fast forward life and stress can lead you to the condition and the condition really disturbs your work  psychologically and physically. But few changes in dietary habits can bring back your sperm counts to the normal or even better. All you need to know is that what foods can improve the quality and libido. Some natural foods can do the trick which may not be a regular part of our daily diet. Today we will get to know them.
 
1) Oysters: Oysters are one of the foods that enhance sexual performance by infusing Zinc in your body, Which produces testosterone, male hormone. Well there is no direct link of oyster with sexual drive but with sexual performance. A study conducted at Barry University in Miami found that Oysters(bivalve mollusks) contain dominant amino acids which help producing testosterone. "Increased levels of such hormones in your blood means that you are more active sexually," said George Fisher, lead researcher  in the Sydney Morning Herald.

2) Banana: Easy to get Bananas are good for improving sperm count. Bananas get an exceptional source called Bromeliad, which is valuable and coordinates well with sex hormones. In banana it is stacked with Magnesium, Vitamin B1 and Vitamin C, which also promotes advance sperm generation and furthermore empower the body by enhancing its stamina.


3) Garlic: Allium sativum(Garlic) is a powerful herb which is not only utilized as flavoring substance in foods but treat everything from the Sickness, common flu, cold to cardiovascular problems for many years. Garlic is allicin rich, which advances the blood circulation and widen blood vessels. So, It can enhance Blood flow in your gentiles. Garlic also contains Vitamin B6 and Selenium which controls the consequences of sex hormones and decrease sperm damage and strengthen the sperm generation.

4) Spinach: Spinach is rich in folic acid and magnesium. Where magnesium is considered to dilate the blood vessels on the other hand folic acid reinforces the sperms and improves their motility. Vitamin B6 is also a libido enhancer because it helps in controlling elevated prolactin and aids in proper functioning of estrogen and testosterone. 

5) Eggs: Eggs are simply superfood, eggs have ot everything from high BV protein to essential micro-nutrients. Where Vitamin B6 and B5 helps in maintaining hormonal balance, Vitamin E helps keeping sperms safe by reducing the negative impact of degeneration and free radicals in testicular tissues.

6) Dark Chocolate: Dark chocolates contain an ingredient known as L-Arginine HCL, Which can improve your sperm volume and density to have an intense sex drive. Chocolate is also known as a super libido food Since it's a potent source of PEA (phenylethylamine), a love chemical that makes cocoa so appealing.

7) Dry Fruits (Almonds, Walnuts, Peanuts): Almonds are rich in essential fatty acids and basic micronutrients, They are vital as they provide the fuel to produce male hormone similarly peanuts have significant amount of zinc which is a prime requirement for testosterone production. Walnuts are very good source of omega-3 and L-arginine, that advances blood circulation and promotes semen quality by volumising sperm count. 


8) Avocado: Avocados are stacked with minerals, monounsaturated fats, omega-3 unsaturated fats,  vitamin E, Folic Acid and vitamin B6—all of which help keep your vitality and sex drive up and normally support your state of mind. They are considered to be libido boosting food and can Improve semen quality and sperm volume.



9) Pomegranate: Pomegranates contain a pool of antioxidants which kills the free radicals in body along with malondialidehyde, which lowers your sperm count. Indirectly it helps in improving your sperm count and volume.


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How can I gain muscles fast? How can I lose fat easily? Tricks to lose belly fat? are few searches that most of us do make but fails to get the desired results and the simple reason is that every Body is different and some times don't respond to the same diet. Fat, Carbohydrates and Protein are the key nutrients in any diet you must have noticed them but their proportion changes according to the need. These three macronutrients are just one factor that contributes to your muscles growth but today I am going to tell you most probable factors which are responsible for your muscle gain and fat lose.


First Factor is Gender/Hormones: 


Mostly you are being trained in gym according to your need but training for men and women changes as well for the same goal. There are number of facts which have been studied and researched like:

 1) Men are believed to have more stored carbs than women while performing same exercise.

 2) Men are genetically designed to have more muscles due to testosterone, That helps in building more muscle mass.
 3) There are number of hormones which contributes in muscle building and to some extent in fat lose also, which are :
  •  Testosterone levels,(Mainly a Male Hormone that supports Muscle Building)
  •  Growth Hormone (GH) 
  •  Insulin( It may create an anabolic environment to elevate muscle gains and promote fat loss) 
  •  Thyroid Hormone( Support Protein Synthesis and Fat Loss) 
  •  Cortisol( Stress Hormone Cortisol may Burn Body Fat)
  •  Estrogen( Mainly a Female Hormone that can increase fat)


Second Factor Is Body Type: 

Ectomorph, Endomorph and Mesomorph are three general body types. What Is Your Body Type? is one of the most important thing to know before starting muscle building or losing fat. This will ensure your nutritional requirement and workout routine in the proper way. Diet recommendation for them differs in every aspect,  You should train your body accordingly. Well it's not like you will resemble any one of them but dominating one with maximum percentage. This is one of the most important factor to know before you start your training for gaining muscles or losing some fat.

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Third Factor is Diet: 

Diet plays the most important part for your physique. Your diet should be balanced, nutrient rich. Macronutrient components are essential to absorb micronutrient components efficiently. Protein is essential to maintain good muscle mass and to gain muscle mass you need good carbs amount. Every meal should have complex carbohydrates, quality lean protein and fibrous carbs. Do not avoid fat (except saturated fat and trans fats). You need fat in your diet, as fat plays major roles in energy metabolism and other parts of your body. Make sure to have at least 30-60 grams of good fats (i.e. flaxseeds or flaxseed oil, fish oils, peanut butter, nuts - especially almonds and walnuts, hempseed oil, olive oil, etc.) per day or 15-30% of your daily energy intake.


Fourth Factor Is Exercise: 


You should never spend longer than 45-50 minutes in total lifting otherwise you become too catabolic that you can end up losing muscles. Studies show that a well-designed strength program will elevate your EPOC or metabolism for longer duration up to 35 hours post workout. In different words, you still burn calories long after your strength workout. Whereas once you stop cardio, the calorie burning stops furthermore.  Similarly for muscle gaining, Muscles are stimulated to grow by progressively overloading them with resistance, such as a heavy weight. Overloading causes small tears in muscle fibers. The repair of muscle fibers and the subsequent release of growth hormones triggers an increase in muscle mass and strength.

Above four factors are the main factors for building muscles and losing extra crunch of fat, so should be remembered.

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Protein is the essential macro-nutrient to our body. In our body, Protein can't be stored so we have to consume it from any of it's two sources either Animal or Vegan. There are two protein sources and these sources can produce different varieties of protein, but which protein is best absorbed in your body is denominated by a number called Biological Value. In simple words Protein with higher Biological value will be better absorbed than protein with lower biological value. Now lets discuss some important protein types for better understanding.

Note:  About 18-20% of human body is made up of protein.

Casein Protein: 

Casein is one of the major component of cow's milk, approximately 80% of the protein in cow's milk is casein. Casein has a property to form clot or gel in the stomach which releases protein over a span of few hours that's why casein is being called slow digesting protein. It is really effective in amino supply to our body for a long time and it is the only reason why casein is mostly recommended before bed time. Casein offers full spectrum of amino acids also.

 Types of Casein based on processing:

  •   Calcium Caseinate(Purified with chemical Process)
  •   Micellar Casein(Purest form of casein/ No use of chemical process)

Whey Protein: 

A protein with highest biological value is none other than whey protein. Whey proteins are the biggest supplement market today capturing above 70% of the market in dietary supplements. Basically whey is a byproduct of cheese production and is the liquid component. Whey Protein is a great source of Branched Chain Amino Acids and shows full spectrum amino profile. It is easily digestible and increases lean muscle. It is the best recovery supplement.


Types of Major Forms of Whey Protein:


  •  Whey Concentrate.
  •  Whey Isolates.
  •  Whey Hydrolysate.

Eggs(Egg Albumin): 

When there was nothing, there were eggs. I mean when protein powders didn't even exist, eggs were the highest biological value protein supplements. For me even today eggs are the superfood and can't be replaced. Eggs have both macro and micro nutrients, Normally eggs are consumed boiled but powdered egg albumin also exist which most of the people do not prefer over boiled egg white. 



READ MORE:    Everything About Eggs

Soy Protein: 

People looking for completely vegetarian and high protein quantity can choose soy protein, It's biological value is 81 for defatted soy powder, which is not bad. But still soy protein is a subject of debate, even though it has a very good amino acid profile, bodybuilders don't prefer it. But let's look at some facts, Glutamine, When it comes to the amounts of glutamine, soy beats whey hands down. Whey Protein has highest level of BCAA but soy Protein are not far behind but a little only. Soy protein isolate has shown the ability to effectively lower LDL cholesterol and triglyceride levels in the blood. Experts agree that these cholesterol-lowering effects can be achieved through the consumption of as little as 25 grams of soy isolate protein only every day. Moderate use of soy is beneficial and should be used.


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An  idea of green tea a day is a good idea. Green tea has been a subject of study for decades but now has some known benefits, most of them you have heard. Green tea, originated from China(Almost 80% is produced in china) is being procured from Camellia sinensis leaves, which does not go under fermentation but slightly steamed. It has many organic substances which are beneficial for our body. Bioactive Compounds That Improve Health are found in green tea which can Can Improve Brain Function.

Production By Country:

A data Sheet of 2006 is given below:
  • China 782.4 metric tons (80.8%) 
  • Japan 91.8 metric tons (9.5%)
  • Vietnam 66.0 metric tons (6.8%) 
  • Indonesia 20.0 metric tons (2.1%)

Nutrients in green tea:


  1. Green tea contains polyphenols(Catechin, Epicatechin), tannin, theophylline, caffeine.
  2. Various vitamins like A, D, E, C, B, B5 and H.
  3. Minerals Like Manganese, Zinc, Chromium, Selenium, Calcium, Strontium, Copper, Nickel and traces of few other minerals.
  4. An antioxidant, Epigallocatechin-3-Gallate (EGCG) which is many times more powerful antioxidant than vitamin C and E.
  5. There are more than 450 organic compounds found in green tea without any fat content so no calorie at all.

Health Benefits of Green Tea:

Anti-carcinogenic: According to some researches and extensive studies, Epigallocatechin-3-Gallate EGCG has the highest level and broadest spectrum of cancer-fighting activity. Many scientists believe that polyphenols can prevent the growth of cancer cells, and kills cancer cells without any harm to the healthy tissues. 
Note: No conclusive studies till date, all studies are supporting but not proven.




Weight Loss:  Some theories suggest that flavonoids and caffeine in green tea can help stimulate metabolic rate thereby promoting a faster utilization of the fat storage of the body. One more thing is that green tea has no traces of fat in it and serves no calorie which is also a point that we consider during fat loss, No Calories.

Improve Blood Flow and Lowers Cholesterol: A study found that consuming green tea is effective in reducing LDL cholesterol or BAD cholesterol, maybe due to its alkalinity. Catechins, which is found in green tea, help us maintain the good blood pressure which keeps the blood flow stable. It prevents the thickening of the blood, thereby reducing chances of Arterial Sclerosis, Thrombosis, as well as Cardiac and Cerebral Strokes.

Boosts Immunity and Detoxify Body: Due to some powerful antioxidants those who drink green tea daily do not get bacterial and viral infections easily compared to those who don't drink and these antioxidants also help your body get rid of free radicals which are harmful in any sense and it naturalizes them and detoxifies our body as well.

Green Tea Improves Brain Function: L-theanine present in green tea in a combination with caffeine improves brain function, it is the ideal combination of two and produces significant effect to improve thinking power.



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Want to grow bigger arms, So let's spend a day with legends and follow their workout programs to grow bigger guns. 

Arnold Schwarzenegger Workout Plan (Arms Workout)

Superset 1
Barbell Curl 4 sets 10-12 reps
Lying Triceps Press 4 sets 10-12 reps

Superset 2
Alternate Hammer Curl 4 sets 10-12 reps
Triceps  Pushdown 4 sets 10-12 reps

Superset 3
Incline Dumbbell Curl 4 sets 10-12 reps
Knelling Cable Triceps Extension 4 sets 10 -12 reps

Superset 4
Concentration Curls 4 sets 10 to 12 reps
Standing One-Arm Dumbbell Triceps Extension 4 sets 10-12 reps

Set 5
Bench Dips 2 sets of 26 reps 

Jay Cutler Arm Workout

Triceps
Rope Push-Down 3 sets 10 reps
Dips 3 sets 10 reps 
French Press 3 sets 10 reps
Close-Grip Bench Press 3 sets 10 reps
Straight-Bar Push-Down 3 sets 10 reps

Biceps
Barbell Curl 3 sets 10 reps
Preacher Curl 3 sets 10 reps
Dumbbell Curl 3 sets 10 reps
Hammer Curl 3 sets 10 reps
Reverse Curl 3 sets 10 reps


Ronnie Coleman Simple Arm Workout

Biceps
Alternate Dumbbell Curl 3 sets, 12–15 reps
EZ Bar Preacher Curl 3 sets, 12–15 reps
One Arm Cable Curl 3 sets, 12–15 reps
Concentration Curl 3 sets, 15 reps

Triceps
Standing Dumbbell Triceps Extension 3 sets, 15 reps
Lying Triceps Press 3 sets, 12–15 reps
Triceps Push-down 3 sets, 12–15 reps


Phil Heath Arm Workout

Triceps
Rope Pushdown: 3 sets, 12–15 reps 
Incline Two-dumbbell Extension: 3 sets, 12–15 reps 
One-arm Cable Extension: 3 sets, 12 reps 
Machine Dip: 3 sets, 12–15 reps 

Biceps
Alternate Dumbbell Curl: 3 sets, 10 reps 
Concentration Curl: 3 sets, 10 reps 
Spider Curl: 3 sets, 10 reps 
EZ-bar Curl: 3 sets, 10 reps






Kai Greene Simple Arm Workout

Biceps
Barbell Curls 3 set 15, 12, 12 
Barbell Preacher Curls 3 set 15, 12, 12 
Alternate Dumbbell Curls 3 set 12 

Triceps
V-bar Cable Pushdown 3 set of 15 
Skull-Crushers 3 set 15, 12, 12 
Dips on Parallel Bars 3 set 15



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Proteins, an essential nutrient for the human body. They are one of the building blocks of human body, which serve as a fuel also. We can see plenty of Non-veg protein foods but vegetarians always have question that do we have high protein foods? Obviously yes, nature gives us everything. We have seen high protein percentage in dairy products but they are loaded with extra fat and carbs also but today we shall move to other veg-protein sources with low fat percentage.



  


>Soy Bean and Processed Soy Supplement: Soy is the first known Non-processed beans with higher protein percentage. You can choose soy supplement as powder where isolate soy can give you upto 90 percent protein by weight.



>Whey Protein: Whey is also a veg protein supplement which is developed from cheese. It is basically found in three forms concentrate, isolate, hydrolysate. Most popular whey protein form is isolate. It can also give you upto 90 percent protein by weight in it's purest form.




>Non fat mozzarella cheese: Non fat mozzarella cheese is a veg protein food which gives you upto 33 gram of protein per 100 gram. Reduced-fat mozzarella cheese can be part of a healthy weight-loss diet, especially when used to replace whole-milk cheeses.
    NOTE: Eating too much cheese may be harmful to your health. Mozzarella cheeses, even reduced-fat varieties, contain saturated fat and sodium.



>Nuts(Walnuts, Peanuts, Almonds, Pistachio, Cashew): Nutritious food list can't be prepared without nuts, nuts have everything from heart-healthy fats, protein, vitamins to minerals. Nuts offer you high protein ranging from 16- 24 gram protein per 100 gram.


>Pulses/ Dal: Dals are favourite Indian food with high protein. We can name few here with their respective protein content
Red Lentils / Pink Dal / Masoor Dal: 26.0g 
Chana Dal / Bengal Gram: 25.4 g 
Urid Dal / Urad Bean: 24.0g 
Moong Dal / Green Gram: 23.86g 
Tur Dal / Red Gram / Pigeon Pea: 22.3g



        (Beans from the same family of pulses: Except Soy bean we have Kidney Beans (17g), White Beans (17g), Lima Beans (15g), Fava Beans (14g), Black Beans (15g), Mung Beans (14g) which have high protein percentage.)



>Quinoa: Quinoa is a grain crop that is grown for its edible seeds. Quinoa is gluten-free, high in protein and one of the few plant foods that contain all nine essential amino acids. Not because it has protein but high quality fibre also. It has 8 gram protein per cup nearly 170 gram.


>Oatmeal: One of the healthiest food on the planet. it has everything from protein to fibre. It gives 12 gram protein per 100 gram.



>Curd: A dairy product obtained by coagulating milk in a process called curdling, it has 11 to 26 gram of protein depending on the type of milk i.e. skimmed, whole.

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Protein content in Eggs, Calories and Carbs in egg white, Egg yolk/White egg nutrition are few searches on egg that everyone do on internet. Mostly bodybuilders and athletes are interested in egg nutrition and it's macro and micro-nutrient profiles.

1. Health Benefits of Eggs:

Eggs are Superfood and immensely nutritious. Egg leads to a healthy life if you add them in your daily lifestyle. Eggs have everything from protein to important nutrients and sometimes Omega-3 also. Protein in eggs is one of the highest quality proteins which WHO(World Health Organisation) adopted to standardize other food proteins. Protein in eggs is easily ingested by our bodies, It has complete amino acid profile, Around 6 gram protein is found in a Whole egg, nearly half is found in the yolk.

    Nutritional Value of Eggs:- Egg has all essential Vitamins and Minerals, which are vital for overall growth, ranging from Vitamin A, D, B2, B12, Folate, Biotin, Pantothenic Acid, Choline, Iron, Phosphorus, Iodine, Selenium .

                                               

     Choline Plays an important role in brain development and function, Which is around 35% RDA in eggs. 
     Vitamin A is important for Skin and vision.
     Vitamin D maintains normal teeth and bones.
     Vitamin B2 and B12 contributes to normal Red cell formation and nervous system working.
     Folate helps in producing new cells and prevents anemia and birth defect.
     Biotin good for nail, hair.
     Pantothenic Acid helps in making Vitamin d and some hormones.
     Selenium prevents cell oxidation and degeneration.
     Iodine helps in the production of thyroid hormone. 

Eggs(Yolk) Contain Lutein and Zeaxanthin, Antioxidants, which are important for eye health and prevents macular degeneration. According to  a study published in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 11 men and same number of women supplemented with 1.3 egg yolks with normal diet for four and half weeks. After that the levels of lutein increased by 28-50 percent, and their levels of zeaxanthin increased by 114-142 percent.
      
Egg whites are highly nutritious, do not forget the yolks! Egg yolks contain a number of essential fatty acids and major portions of the vitamins and minerals.

       So Now we know why we call eggs superfood. 


                                                                    
                                             

2. Does Egg Yolk Increase Cholesterol?

Time has changed so studies have. Earlier it was thought and studied that egg cholesterol leads you to the Heart diseases but after number of advance studies and on the basis of the current evidences dietary cholesterol does not increase the risk of heart disease in most healthy people with limit.
     
Egg increases the HDL level. According to some studies(1, 2, 3) 2 eggs every day for six weeks increased HDL levels by 10%.
     
According to a study published in Clinical Opinion in Clinical Nutrition and Metabolic Care egg consumption in healthy populations may increase LDL cholesterol but there is no clear established link between that and increased risk of heart disease.
     
A broad study of egg consumption and risk of cardiovascular disease(CVD) in men (37,851)  and women (80,082 ) published in JAMA concludes that one egg consumption a day does not show any negative impact or no evidence was found between 1 egg consumption a day with heat disease, stroke or coronary heart disease.

                                             
So this misconception has changed from food that increases cholesterol to an individual level ( As people with diabetes and possibly high cholesterol or hypertension Should limit their egg consumption but healthy can take 6 to 7 eggs a week.) that egg yolk increases cholesterol because most recent studies have shown no such relationship between them.

  • Potential Risks of Egg Yolk

                As I mentioned earlier people with hypertension, high cholesterol and diabetes should limit their egg consumption according to the dietitian or Doctor and always keep an eye on egg intake.
An analysis of Canadian Journal of Cardiology stated that people with diabetes and eating an egg daily are prone to develop cardiovascular disease or stroke. So eating white egg is good option for them.
      

3. Raw Egg vs Cooked Eggs:

There are some chemical and nutrient changes when you cook egg. Mainly Lutein and Zeaxanthin which are essential for eye health are enough when you cook egg so for all important nutrient you can cook it and to prevent Salmonella poisoning you should cook or fry egg which is dangerous and found in some raw eggs.

                           
4. Important Questions 

All Macronutrients are given in a medium egg of around 51 gram.

Carbs in Whole Egg: 0.34 gram 
Carbs in a Boiled Egg: 0.56 gram
Carbs in a Boiled Egg White: 0.24 gram

Calories in a Whole Egg:  65
Calories in a Boiled Egg:  68
Calories in a Boiled Egg White: 15

Protein in a Whole Egg: 5.54 gram
Protein in a Boiled Egg: 5.51 gram
Protein in a Boiled Egg White: 3.19 gram


Fat in a Whole Egg: 4.37 gram
Fat in a Boiled Egg: 4.65 gram
Fat in a Boiled Egg White: 0.04 gram

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