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Saturated Fat Causes Reduce Sperm Count

One cause of reduced male sperm count is saturated fat from food consumed. A new study from Denmark suggests that saturated fat causes less sperm count. Of course it is not nice to be planning a pregnancy. It is good to be understood and avoided, if it is really going to reduce the quality of sperm.

Sources of saturated fats

Saturated fat is associated with high cholesterol and are found in animal products such as meat, dairy products, or fried foods. In addition, coconut, coconut oil, and mentefa also have high saturated fat content. Similarly, according to reports from Medline Plus.
The study, published in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found that men who frequently mengasup foods high in saturated fat had sperm counts 41 percent lower than men who did not consume a lot of saturated fat.

Research reduction sperm count in men

The results showed that men who ate foods with a high saturated fat content had sperm concentrations of 38 percent and lower sperm counts 41 percent lower than men whose diets are not high in saturated fat.

"We can not say that this indicates a causal relationship, but I think other research has shown that saturated fat intake has shown connections to other problems and now also for sperm count," said Tina Jensen, author of the study from Rigshospitalet in Copenhagen told Reuters Health.

The researchers say that this study may explain why there are cases of men with sperm counts below normal in many areas of the world in the last decade. They also concluded that reducing saturated fat intake can help people to improve general health, to reproductive health.

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