Experts from both Harvard University and the University of Murcia have found that the male reproductive system is vulnerable to damage from junk food.
The scientists analyzed sperm samples from a number of young men, only to find that those who had diets packed full of trans-fats were at a higher risk of infertility than their vegetable loving peers.
The researchers found that the sperm of men who had poor diets was far less likely to survive the journey taken to fertilise an egg.
Study leader Audrey Gaskins who presented these findings, has said that the key discovery which should be taken from this research is that a healthy diet seems to be beneficial to sperm quality.
Though Gaskins went on to stress that more work is needed before the findings can be cemented, what we do know is that there is a link between both nutrition and the quality of male sperm.
President of the Society for Male Reproduction and Urology, Edward Kim said: ‘We are still exploring the impact of nutrition on male fertility, but even these initial studies point to a link between a good diet and reproductive health for men.’
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