Soya-based food and male fertility - NHS - male dogs soy sperm count


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Men who eat a lot of soy foods may have a lower sperm concentration than men who don't eat soy food, according to a new study.

The study’s researchers say larger trials are needed to determine whether men hoping to conceive a child should try to avoid soya foods, such as tofu, tempeh and soya milk. And previous rodent studies have suggested that high intake of soya products can reduce male fertility.

The average man's sperm count has dropped steadily over the past 40 years. Processed meats include hot dogs, salami, beef jerky, bacon, etc. A study of 99 men from fertility clinics in Boston concluded that excessive soy.