Trying to Get Pregnant? Watch Your Diet (And Your Husband's)

A recent study confirmed that what a man eats can definitely affect the quality -- and quantity -- of his sperm when a couple is trying to get pregnant.

An article in The Toronto Sun reported last year that "those with the highest fat intake had a 43% lower total sperm count and 38% lower sperm concentration than men with the lowest fat intake."

 Exactly what men ate mattered, according to the study.  Those who ate the most saturated fat had the lowest sperm counts.

But a segment on "The Doctors" today noted that all is not lost.  Men with lower sperm counts can try taking Vitamin D, put lemon in their water (no joke), drink pomegranate juice, and yes, even eat oysters.


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