Researchers are exploring lesser-known agents like lipoic acid, which may be even more effective in sustaining improvements in health. Polyphenols (in chocolate, vegetables and tea) are also of interest, but the findings are too preliminary to say they can be powerful enough to sex drive.
Bottom line: There isn’t a ton of proof that antioxidants can help fertility problems, but DHA (the effective component of fish oil) does. We like to get 900 mg daily from algae (as the fish do!), because you know you're getting the real stuff. Some minerals may help as well--zinc is being studied, this is still an area in its infancy. Handling stress helps too (try the Cleveland Clinic’s award-winning online stress management program.)
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