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Male fertility improved on Mediterranean diet

Historically, women have always been the focus of all matters relating to fertility and pregnancy, but with global increases in infertility, more research is focusing on the men. The causes of male infertility can vary. Lifestyles, environmental factors, stressful conditions, and socio-economic conditions are significant factors. Diet plays a crucial role in improving a man’s … Read more

Male fertility on the decline

Fertility expert Professor Peter Koopman at the University of Queensland says, “Since the 1970s, we have seen a huge increase in prevalence of male infertility and testicular cancer; this increase is directly attributable to environmental factors such as pollutants, cigarette smoke and exposure to chemicals.”[i] In 2017, research found that, between 1973 and 2011, there … Read more