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Bacon Could Be Bad For Sperm Quality

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Men, if you are wanting to start a family or maybe if you’re not, just a heads up, bacon could be bad for sperm quality as a study from the American Society for Reproductive Medicine says. On the other side of the coin, darker fishes are good for sperm quality.

A study in the American Journal for Nutrition  from last year shows a diet in high saturated fats also maybe a contributor to a lack of swimmers.  In the last part of the article, it does say more testing needs to be done and I would agree considering I have three children all of whom are healthy and without learning issues and I wasn’t exactly the vision of a healthy eater.

Still, it’s food for thought.

[CNN]

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