A simple meal to help save men from infertility

Infertility has become a serious problem in recent years, affecting the majority of couples, particularly men.

Infertility in couples

However, the good news is that it is very simple to avoid, and simply eating a simple meal every day can help you avoid this serious problem.

A new medical study has revealed this.

The study discovered a link between eating nuts (almonds, walnuts, etc.) and sperm quality in men.

According to research, lifestyle and environmental factors have an impact on sperm quality and function, which increases the risk of infertility.

When and how eating nuts affects sperm DNA methylation, according to research published in the medical journal Journal of Oncology.

A total of 72 healthy and non-smoking young people was hired for this purpose.

A mixture of almonds, walnuts, and hazelnuts was given to 48 of them, while the other group did not eat nuts.

The researchers then compared the two groups’ sperm DNA rates.

The findings revealed that none of the groups’ DNA had changed globally, but the 36 genomic regions of the nut-eating group had changed significantly from the start to the end of the trial.

This was not seen in the other group.

Previously, a medical study conducted in Spain in 2018 found that eating nuts like almonds and walnuts on a daily basis can help protect men from infertility.

According to studies, eating these seeds on a daily basis improves sperm quality, lowering the risk of infertility.

Researchers divided 119 men between the ages of 18 and 35 into two groups for the study.

The first group received 60 grams of almonds and walnuts per day, while the second group did not receive any nuts.

After 14 weeks, it was discovered that people who ate nuts had better sperm quality, as well as a significant reduction in the factors that cause infertility.

According to studies, foods high in omega-3 fatty acids, antioxidants like vitamins C and E, selenium, and zinc can help men avoid infertility.

The important thing to remember is that almonds and walnuts are packed with all of these nutrients.

According to the researchers, evidence suggests that a healthy lifestyle protects against infertility, and nuts are unquestionably a good part of a healthy diet.

Researchers discover the link between air pollution and infertility in men

This was revealed in a medical study – shutter stock photo

Air pollution affects sperm quality and increases the risk of infertility in men.

This was discovered in a new medical study .

The study, published in the medical journal JAMA Networks, looked at more than 30,000 men from China.

Research has also shown that the smaller the volume of contaminants in the air, the greater the effects on sperm.

Researchers say that small particles in the air can have more negative effects on reproductive health than large particles.

The results show that men of childbearing age should try to avoid air pollution as much as possible.

Medical experts have long been working on the link between air pollution and sperm quality, but it was not clear how much it increases the risk of infertility in men, but research reports show that 


But it did indicate that air pollution increases the risk of infertility in both men and women.

The study, conducted by Tongji University School of Medicine in China, examined data from 33,786 men in 340 Chinese cities, with an average age of 34 years.

The rates of air pollution in these cities varied and it was observed that between January 2013 and December 2019, the wives of men became pregnant with the help of reproduction technology.

The sperm quality of the men was then tested in particles of different volumes of air pollution.

Although researchers have been able to find a clear link between air pollution and sperm quality (sperm count or quantity), they must know that the smaller the pollutant particles, the more their quality is affected.

According to researchers, small contaminants may travel deeper into the human lungs, causing more adverse effects.

An earlier medical study in China in February 2021 found that air pollution could significantly increase the risk of infertility in both men and women.

The study, analyzing data from 18,000 pairs in China, found that in areas with high particulate matter pollution rates, the risk of infertility increased by up to 20%.

Research has not been able to determine how air pollution can lead to infertility, but it is already known that polluted particles cause inflammation in the body, which can affect the reproductive system of both men and women.

Infertility affects the lives of millions of couples around the world, but little has been done to address the effects of air pollution.

However, it is already known about polluted air that it increases the risk of various aspects such as premature birth and low birth weight problems.

Chen Lee, who was involved in the study from Peking University’s Center for Reproductive Medicine, said couples should be concerned about air pollution.

About 30% of infertile couples do not know the cause of infertility, he said.

“Age, body weight and smoking are common factors for infertility, but our research shows that even small nighttime air pollution increases the risk,” he said.