If you are tying to conceive…

Researchers reviewed 34 trials involving 2,876 couples who were undergoing treatments like in vitro fertilization and sperm injections. Most of the men involved had low sperm counts or motility.
The research team found that, if the male half of the couple took antioxidants, the couple was more likely to get pregnant and have a succesful pregnancy. Other small trials have shown positive effects of antioxidants on sperm motility and concentration.
Antioxidants help reduce damage done by reactive oxygen species, which damage sperm cells and make it harder for couples to conceive.
From Dr. Jonathan Wright’s newsletter quoting from “Antioxidants May Improve Chances Of Conceiving In Male Subfertility,” Medical News Today (medicalnewstoday.com)