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Can Tomatoes Improve Men's Fertility? So Unbelievable!
Lycopene can reduce the incidence of prostatitis and even slows down or prevent the progress of prostate cancer. The prostate is a gland that makes sperm, which is vital to the fertility of men.
It has been found in a new study that tomato is the key bright red nutrient and Lycopene can increase sperm count by 70 percent and improve men's fertility.
The report, published by the Cleveland Clinic in Ohio, assessed 12 studies conducted by different organizations around the world, all of which showed lycopene increased sperm count and increased sperm swimming speed and reduced the number of abnormal sperm. Ashok Aga, director of the new study and director of the Cleveland Clinic Center for Reproductive Medicine, said: "lycopene is widely believed to be good for men's reproductive organs. Our research is only part of this theory. "
Today, a famous support group dedicated to providing services for infertile patients is conducting a year-long study to determine whether taking high doses of lycopene every day will increase the risk of pregnancy. "We had a misconception that infertility is a problem of women, but now we know that at least half of infertility is attributable to sperm function or its quality problems. " said Karen Vines, a spokeswoman for the UK Infertility Network. 
Simon Fisher, co-founder of the world's first Cambridge County IVF Clinic, said British research also showed lycopene could reduce sperm damage. "in some cases, this nutrient can slow down sperm damage and even improve sperm motility," he said, "the next step is to prove that lycopene increases the chances of pregnancy, which is a big question, and many researches need to be answered."
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