Losing weight helps big guys double their sperm counts: study says

NY POST: Scientists from the University of Copenhagen tracked 56 men between the ages of 18 and 65, with BMIs ranging from 32 to 43 — well above the “healthy” range of between 18.5 to 24.9. All case studies were placed on a strict 800-calories-a-day diet for two months.

By the end of the eight-week timeline, sperm counts swam up 41% in men who dropped at least eight pounds. The research also indicated that the men who kept the weight off for at least a year, doubled their seed tally, according to the new study published in the journal Human Reproduction.


3d illustration of sperm cells moving to the right

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