Saturated Fat Intake May Impact Sperm Counts, Concentrations.
Bloomberg BusinessWeek (3/14) reports, "Men who eat fatty foods may be
harming their chances for fatherhood," according to a study published in the
journal Human Reproduction. Investigators found that "sperm samples from
almost 100 men on a range of diets showed those with the highest total of
saturated fat intake had lower semen counts and concentrations."
Participants "who ate more omega-3 fatty acids, found in some fish andflax, had
a larger amount of normal-shaped sperm."
News Flash--McDonald's is bad for you in more ways than one.