Study: Walnuts improve sperm health
NEW YORK (WABC) -- Eating around two handfuls of walnuts a day improves sperm health in young men, a study in the journal Biology of Reproduction suggests.
Sperm shape, movement and vitality improved in men who added walnuts to their diet over 12 weeks.
The fatty acids found in these nuts are thought to have helped sperm development.
It is not known if this would help improve male fertility. LINK: READ MORE ON THE STUDY
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