Men: eat well for reproductive health

More evidence has emerged to link healthy eating with greater male reproductive health.

Research carried out at the University of Murcia in Spain has revealed that men who ate more meat and dairy products, and less tomatoes, lettuce and fruit were more likely to have diminished semen quality.

Furthermore, additional research at the same institution showed men with normal semen at more fibre, carbohydrates, folate, Vitamin C and lycophene than men with poor semen quality did.

The study’s authors concluded that a low level of antioxidants in the diet led to a diminished semen quality.


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