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男性多吃水果少吃红肉可提高生育能力

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小编摘要:多吃水果和谷物,减少红肉、咖啡以及酒精的摄入可以提高男性的生育能力。

导读:过去的观念认为,女性的不育问题主要是由肥胖以及吸烟酗酒等不良生活习惯导致的,然而这一原因是否也可应用于男性并去确定。现在的研究表明,不仅仅是女性,男性保持健康的生活方式对生育也起着重要的作用。不良的饮食和肥胖会降低精子浓度和活力,从而降低生育力。

Cutting down on red meat, coffee and alcohol can boost a man's fertility scientists say.

A study has discovered that a poor diet and obesity can lower sperm concentration and affect their ability to swim towards an egg.

Specialists are now encouraging a diet high in fruit and grains to increase the chances of successful IVF treatment.

In the past female fertility problems have been linked to obesity as well as smoking and drinking, but it hasn't been clear before now if the same applies to men.

But the latest study of men with partners who were undergoing a type of fertility treatment, has revealed that those who regularly drank alcohol and ate poorly were slowed down on the fertility front.

Lead researcher Edson Borges, from the Fertility-Assisted Fertilization Center in Sao Paolo said: 'The sperm concentration was negatively influenced by body mass index (BMI) and alcohol consumption, and was positively influenced by cereal consumption and the number of meals per day.'

The Brazilian study involved 250 men with partners who were undergoing a type of fertility treatment called intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI).

Each participant was asked how often they ate a range of foods, including fruits and vegetables, beans, grains, meat and fish, as well as how much they drank and smoked.

Semen samples were then analysed to assess sperm health and concentration and each couple were monitored during the IVF process. 

Eggs were successfully fertilised in about three-quarters of the treatments, and just under forty per cent of women got pregnant during the study.

From the speed of their sperm to their partner's chance of pregnancy, men who drank and had a poor diet were less fertile.

Lynn Westphal, a women's health and fertility specialist at Stanford University hopes that the results, published in the Fertility and Sterility journal, will encourage men to make healthier lifestyle choices.

'We talk about having a healthy lifestyle and trying to eliminate any of these things that are bad for health, but I think most of the emphasis tends to be on making sure the woman is as healthy as possible. 

'I think this is really interesting data that lifestyle factors for men, even when you're doing ICSI, are significant.

'This is probably more of a difference than most people would have thought.'

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2011-11-23 16:10 编辑:lilylikelily
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