low sperm motility smoothie

Sperm-Boosting Smoothie for Ultimate Male Fertility

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If your man has low sperm motility, prepare a smoothie full of herbs and superfoods scientifically proven to increase testosterone and increase sperm count and quality.

Three measurable variables to determine strong, healthy sperm are count/concentration, sperm motility and morphology. Sperm motility indicates how well the sperm are moving… of course this has a huge impact on chances of conception.

There are many aspects of male fertility that are under your personal control


In fact, maintaining a healthy body weight, managing stress, exercising regularly and eating an appropriate diet with the right nutrients will support overall male health and vitality.

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Menopause Libido Smoothie Recipe

Smoothie To Increase Libido & Sexual Fluids During Menopause

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This is a delicious smoothie recipe that is full of superfoods and nutrient-dense ingredients to support sex drive, quality of orgasms and decrease vaginal dryness.

With the onset of your menopausal years, you may be working less and have more time for yourself. Paradoxically, your hormones are sabotaging you: reducing your sex drive, energy levels and other mental and physical aspects you need to enjoy yourself.

Though many women will opt to take estrogen therapy or use an estrogen cream, botanicals and foods can also be an effective way to achieve the same results as bio identical hormones.

Feed yourself meals that increase menopause libido such as the smoothie recipe below.


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Turmeric Smoothie for Endometriosis Diet

Turmeric, Carrot & Mango Smoothie Bowl For Healing Endometriosis

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10 percent of women of reproductive age have endometriosis.

This condition is challenging because symptoms such as bloating, immense pain and fertility fears affect your daily life. However, you may be surprised to know it’s possible to reduce the symptoms with an endometriosis diet! Many women struggle with the symptoms of endometriosis but don’t know that they have this condition. Regrettably, only advanced stages of endometriosis show up on medical tests.

Below is part of the approach I use to help my clients control their endometriosis and, if they are working on fertility, to help them conceive.

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Cherry Berry Smoothie Bowl To Balance Hormones

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Ty this delicious smoothie bowl for breakfast to reduce PMS symptoms, support adrenal health, and improve sleep quality.

Here’s why this smoothie so great for you and your hormone balance:

Banana- is high in B6 which helps support natural progesterone production. Low progesterone is one of the causes of PMS.

Edible Flowers-many edible flowers have properties that help synergize and balance a women’s reproductive system. They are the sexual organs of the plants after all! 😉 Add edible flowers to your salads, smoothie bowls and desserts.

Cherries- contain a bio-available form of melatonin which can help promote a deep restful sleep.

Cherry Smoothie Bowl








Collagen Peptides-collagen peptides are my favorite protein powders to add to smoothies and elixirs. The amino acids in the collagen peptides are really good at supporting skin, joint and digestive health. I love that they don’t affect the texture or flavor when you add them to drinks like other whey and plant based protein powders do. You can purchase collagen peptide protein powder from vital proteins here.

Coconut-lowers cholesterol by promoting its conversion to pregnenolone, a molecule that is a precursor to many of the hormones our bodies need.

Maca-is a root from Peru that helps support the entire endocrine system. It’s really helpful for boosting libido, energy and mental clarity.

Cherry Berry Smoothie To Balance Hormones

Cordyceps- is a medicinal mushroom that really effective at increasing your energy if you take it everyday. It’s great to add into your smoothies and elixirs if you have adrenal fatigue or thyroid issues.

Chia Seeds-are high in omega three, soluble fibre, and trace minerals. Adding chia to your smoothies can help keep your blood sugar balanced which is very important for balancing hormones.

I hope you’ll love this smoothie bowl!

Cherry Berry Smoothie Bowl To Balance Hormones

















Serves 1



  • 1 cup Purified Water (or your favorite nut/seed milk)
  • 1 Banana (slice and save ¼ of your banana to use as a garnish)
  • ½ cup Frozen Cherries
  • 2 scoops Collagen Peptide Protein Powder or Other Protein Of Choice
  • 1 Tbs. Chia Seeds (White or Black is fine)
  • 2 Tbs. Dried & Unsweetened Shredded Coconut
  • ½ tsp. Maca Powder
  • 1 tsp. Cordyceps Powder
  • 1 tsp. Goji Berry Powder
  • Pinch of Sea Salt


  • Banana Slices
  • Raspberries
  • Blueberries
  • Sprinkle of Chia Seeds
  • Sprinkle of Toasted Dried & Unsweetened Shredded Coconut
  • Dried Golden Berries
  • Edible Flowers


Slice banana and add to a high-speed blender, reserving ¼ of the slices to use as a garnish.

Add the remaining smoothie ingredients to the blender and blend on high until all is completely combined.

Pour into a bowl and top with garnishes.  It may be helpful to allow your smoothie to set in the freezer for 5-10 minutes before topping with garnishes.

P.S. To all my ladies out there eating for your cycle, this is great to eat during the luteal phase of your cycle!

Recipe and photos brought to you by Sarah Steffens of Savor & Fancy

Sarah Steffens is a Personal Chef based in Los Angeles.  She specializes in Paleo, Autoimmune and Whole30 cooking and believes food is the starting ground for practicing kindness to one’s body, mind and spirit.  In addition to cooking for private clients, she also creates recipes and photography for Whole30.  She shares recipes and kitchen tips at Savor & Fancy.

Have you tried making smoothing bowls before? What are your favorite ingredients to add? Let us know in the comments below.