Nuts increase sperm motility in 18-35 year old males
Adding nuts to your diet may increase infertility.
This 2018 study had men 18 to 35 years old add 60 grams per day of mixed nuts consisting of almonds, hazelnuts, and walnuts for 14 weeks. Improvements in the study group were by around 16% in sperm count, 4% in sperm vitality, 6% in sperm motility, and 1% in morphology compared to the control group. The control group was following a diet-only intervention. This was a 14 week study with over 100 men of prime reproductive age. Pretty reliable study. Researchers think that nuts reduce DNA damage of sperm. Easy enough to add this the regimen of 60 grams of mixed almonds, hazelnuts, and walnuts to the lifestyle of anyone trying to conceive.