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Oahu Health Talk Traditional recipe for Sperm Building: Sesamae Secrets for men!

Traditional recipe for Sperm Building: Sesamae Secrets for men!

Traditional recipe for sperm building Sesame Sperm Secrets for men!

INGREDIENTS:

1 lb raw sesame seeds
1 cup turbinado sugar (raw sugar, not white)
1/4 tsp fresh ground cracked black pepper
1/4 ts ginger powder
1/8 tsp cinnamon
1/4 Cup raisens
1/4 cup chopped dates
1/2 cup . of Ghee (Clarified Butter) or enough to mix until slightly moist

HOW TO: Toast the sesamae seeds in a dry fry pan about 1 0r 2 cups at time until they pop, this make take several pans worth, put the hot sesamae seeds in a mochi bowl, and pound unitl they crack open , do not make a paste or a butter, just use the grinding pressure for opening the seeds for body to digest easily put the still warm seeds in a large bowl and add the dry spices, crack pepper, and mix well and stir, next add the ghee, until in melts and makes everything slightly stick togetehr, add the rasiens and dates and mix together taste, does it need anything?? store in a covered bowl best to eat fresh and within the first 3 days...

make 3 batches of this over the course of 3 weeks, eat 1/2 cup of seed mix every day for for 21 days be sure and read the other diet and foo suggestions below and include them in diet too

Sesame Secret is a light and very delicious desert type of food, and can be used also to top cereal, ice cream, the ghee oils, spices and the sweet carrier of sucanat carry the of the sesame micro nutirients deep into the body, and are very nourishing for the whole body and reproductive organs and tissues.

Sesame seed is rich in a number of nutrients, including calcium, copper, manganese, iron, zinc, thiamine, and magnesium Tiny but Potent Sesame seed The Sesame seed may be tiny, but it packs a powerful punch. Sesame oil is extremely beneficial in case of dandruff. Massage the scalp with Sesame oil for 30 minutes and cover the head with a hot towel that has been soaked in hot water and squeezed. To promote healthy sleep patterns, massage the scalp and soles of the feet with Sesame oil before bedtime. Sesame is beneficial for the teeth and strengthens them. A good night's sleep will also improve the body's overall capacity to heal and handle stress. 

Take 10 gm of toasted Sesame Seeds and chew  slowly daily for maximum benefit. You can also swish the oil in your mouth to reduce the amount of bacteria present and to support strong teeth and gums. . In case of arthritis, knee pain and other joint problems, add ginger juice in Sesame oil and boil till ginger juice evaporates completely. Sieve the remaining oil and store it in a bottle. Massage the painful area with this oil. The benefits of Sesame oil apply to almost every part of the body. Add Sesame oil and turmeric powder in milk and heat it slightly, apply this paste on the face everyday regularly. This makes the skin smooth and soft and also removes pimples. In the case of dry cough take four to five teaspoons spoons of black pepper and same amount of Sesame. Boil it in one glass of water till it reduces to half the quantity, and drink the concoction thrice daily for relief. Warm Sesame oil, rubbed on the abdomen can reduce stomach cramps. The oil is also used in Ayurveda to lubricate and support the bowel, soften the stool and also as a vaginal douche.

Consumption of sesame seeds is recommended to improve sexual capacity as it increases the sperm count. 100 gm sesame contains 1.5 gm calcium, 5.5 gm phosphorous, and 10 gm iron. Sesame contains Vitamin B complex and also lecithin which is beneficial for the brain. Is it any wonder then that these little seeds are considered Ayurveda’s “open Sesame” to good health? What foods can men eat for healthy sperm? High-zinc foods such as oysters (this is rumoured to be why Casanova was such a fabulous lover; he was said to consume three-dozen oysters a day), sunflower seeds, sesame seeds and tahini. Every time a male ejaculates, he loses 5mg of zinc. I always check every male I see in clinic for a zinc deficiency, as it's a likely deficiency to occur. Selenium-rich food is important, too. Selenium is a potent antioxidant. Its highest concentration (among the reproductive organs) is in the testes. Selenium protects DNA and the nervous system. It also preserves cells.

Forty percent of sperm damage is due to collision with molecular fragments, called "free radicals". By mopping up and neutralising free radicals, a man can increase the quality of his sperm. Men should also stock up on B-group vitamins. These assist with nervous system function, and are beneficial at times of increased physical and mental demand. They're also essential for the conversion of carbohydrates and fats to energy. B6 modulates the effects of hormones, including male sex hormones, and B2 assists in the production and regulation of hormones. Lifestyle factors that influence the production of healthy sperm A good "whole foods" naturopathic diet should start with a decrease in tea, coffee and smoking. All these deprive the body of vitamin C, so it's more difficult to detoxify the body. Also, cigarette smoking, alcohol, caffeine and junk food have all been associated with prostate and fertility problems.

Avoid junk food and eat a diet rich in whole unprocessed foods (whole grains, legumes, vegetables, fruits, nuts and seeds). Reduce alcohol, especially beer. Eat more fruit and vegetables rich in phytonutrients. Eat tomatoes: these are rich in lycopene, a chemical component released from cooked tomatoes or tomatoes in olive oil. Consumption of lycopene has been linked to a decrease in prostate problems. Choose fish instead of red meat, especially coldwater fish which are rich in omega-3 fatty acids. Good examples include tuna, salmon, mackerel and anchovies. Raw pumpkin seeds or pepitas are a valuable addition to your diet as they are rich in zinc and essential fatty acids which are necessary for healthy sperm and reproductive organs. One selenium-rich food is Brazil nuts. Recommend ground-up sunflower seeds and tahini (ground sesame seeds) instead of peanut butter on toast.

The right conditions for conception The best time has to be when the woman is ovulating and when the man has been eating well, relaxing and looking after his general health for at least three months prior to conception. A fresh batch of sperm takes three months to develop, so good living needs to take place at least a month prior to conception for the best outcome — a full-term, healthy baby. Sometimes a detox is recommended prior to trying to conceive if there have been conception problems or medically diagnosed "faulty swimmers". If you are consciously trying to conceive, the day before ovulation is the best time to have intercourse. This means the sperm will be fresh, energetic, enthusiastic and strong. They will be literally waiting for the egg to be released. The strongest swimmers will be there on the front line and these are the ones we want to fertilise the egg. A leading expert on natural fertility, Francesca Naish, taught me that preceding this, the male should spend several days building the sperm count. This means three to five days of not ejaculating, which can create a high count of healthy sperm.

Supplements for men Blackmores Bio Zinc. Zinc plays an essential role in male reproductive health and in the production of healthy sperm and also helps to maintain healthy immune function. Blackmores Men's Performance Multi. Supports a healthy reproductive system and production of healthy sperm. Sperm-friendly foods Oats, rye, wheat, buckwheat Egg yolks Fish, oysters, sardines, shrimp, anchovies, haddock, tuna Bananas, bilberry Butter beans, green peas, black beans, parsley Liver, chicken Brazil nuts, coconuts, almonds, cashew nuts, chestnuts, hazel nuts, macadamia nuts, peanuts, pecans, pine nuts, pistachio nuts, walnuts, almonds Pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds Fennel, garlic, turnip, potato, carrot

 

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