Monday 26 November 2018


A new study led by Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health researchers found that frequent consumption of processed meats may harm a man’s ability to fertilize an egg, while eating more poultry may improve his chances.

The study was published online August 5, 2015 in Fertility & Sterility. Researchers led by Wei Xia, a visiting scientist in the Department of Nutrition at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, tracked diet and health information from 141 men undergoing in vitro fertilization (IVF) with their female partners at Massachusetts General Hospital.

The researchers found a link between frequent processed meat consumption and lower fertilization among men participating in an IVF procedure called intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) — commonly used when infertility is on the male side. Among this group, men who ate the least amount of processed meats (fewer than 1.5 servings a week) had a 28% better chance of achieving pregnancy when compared to men who ate the most processed meats (4.3 servings a week).

The researchers also found that men who ate the most poultry had 13% higher fertilization rates than those who ate the least amount of poultry. This association was found in both the group using ICSI and in men using conventional IVF.

Do you have issues or delay in getting pregnant? Do you find it very difficult to impregnate your wife? You do not need to worry about it again. Just contact the best fertility specialist in Nigeria, Dr. Michael Ogunkoya (+2348033069466). He was trained in the best medical schools in USA, London, Canada, Wales and Hungary. Dr. Ogunkoya is the man that has the divine mandate to stamp-out infertility among Nigerian couples. He is the medical director of The Hope Valley Fertility Clinic.

The Hope Valley Fertility Clinic
Plot 31, Block 113, Oladimeji Alo Street, Opposite Visa Office, By Ikate Roundabout, Lekki Phase 1, Lagos-Epe Express Way, Lagos.

No comments:

Post a Comment