Soy and Sperm Count


 

Both ABC News and Uro Today released results to a study that looked at the impact of eating soy products on men’s sperm count and quality. After evaluating questionnaire responses and semen samples from 100 men who were seeking treatment for infertility, researcher Jorge Chavaro concluded that men who consumed half a serving of soy each day had lower sperm count than those that didn’t.  In fact, they had about 40 percent less than normal. Researchers believe this happens because the soy products interfere with hormone signals that help sperm production.  Scientists do say that more tests need to be done to be sure of these findings. To read more, go to: http://abcnews.go.com 

 

 

 

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