Fish and Shell Fish – Vitamin D, Omega 3, Zinc, Selenium, B12, CoQ10
Fish and shell fish (muscles, clams, etc) are some of the most nutrient dense foods we can eat. Fish provides an abundance of essential fatty acids, vitamin D, zinc, B 12 , selenium and CoQ10. The catch is that most of these nutrients are heat sensitive so remember this while you are preparing these foods. If you are concerned about the water source of your fish, eat fish from cold waters or you can include a purified cod liver oil supplement into your diet. Try to avoid farmed fish as they will not have the high amounts of omega 3 and have been fed antibiotics.
Hibiscus (Hibiscus sabdariffa) is high in vitamin C, which aids iron absorption, Hibiscus is best combined with herbs high in iron. It is also normalizing for blood pressure. One to three cups a day is an average amount to drink. Since you have low blood pressure and thrombophilia, it would be best to not consume more than that. It is also best to let your doctor know all the supplements you are taking. Hibiscus tea may be a good option for men who have nutritional deficiencies, weakened heart or circulatory issues that may be contributing to lowered fertility, but Hibiscus alone will not resolve fertility issues.