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DEFINITELY TIME TO BRING IN THE TOMATOES:Chemical found in tomatoes can 'boost sperm quality', study reveals
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[quote:Coastie Patriot:MV80MTU5NjY2Xzc1NTc1NTg3XzM4QTk2RkQ=] [quote:bigD111:MV80MTU5NjY2Xzc1NTc1NDQ2X0Q5RkE4MzUw] I wonder if it turns those little swimmers into dive board champions? :spock: [/quote] :shark: faster lil swimmers!!! Falopian tube ... we're in the esophagus!!!! luv that joke [/quote]
A compound found in tomatoes could help tackle fertility problems in men, scientists say.
A dietary supplement containing lycopene - a pigment that gives tomatoes their red colour - has been shown to boost overall sperm quality with improvements to their size and shape and swimming capabilities.
The researchers say their findings could help reduce the need for invasive fertility treatments in the future as more than 40% of all infertility cases are due to abnormal sperm production or function.
But experts point out that the study, which only involved healthy participants, does not show that lycopene improves fertility and needs to be replicated with men with poor sperm quality.
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