Diet and lifestyle influence fertility, according to a report by Amnios in Vitro Project

 

 

 


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Factors such as tobacco and alcohol consumption, lack of physical exercise, stress and pollution reduce reproductive capacity. WHO was forced to establish new sperm quality parameters in 2010 by semen involution

Diet and lifestyle are two factors that influence the fertility of men and women. This ensures a review of studies by the Amnios In Vitro Project Clinic. “Based food, stress, pollution, consumption of toxics such as tobacco or alcohol, overweight and obesity and lack of physical activity have implications for the reproductive capacity of men and women. Therefore, it is important to intervene in the factors that can be controlled in the face of greater success of assisted reproduction techniques,” says Dr. Marian Chávez, medical director of the Madrid clinic.

 

For the more than three months that has lasted the confinement in Spain by the Covid-19 pandemic has increased the intake of a diet rich in sugars and processed. According to one study of the Basque Culinary Center in which 600 Spanish consumers have participated, 27% of respondents recognized feeling low in spirit and having eaten more and worse, with an increase in consumption of ultraprocessed during quarantine. “In many cases, it is eaten for emotional reasons, it can also occur when you are looking for pregnancy and you do not arrive,” says Dr. Chavez.

The food pattern, overweight and obesity affect both feminine and male fertility. An investigation published in the last issue of the magazine Current opinion in Obstetrics " Ginecology suggests that increased consumption of fruit, a reduction in the intake of junk food and sugary drinks and a low-glycemic diet can facilitate the search for pregnancy. In addition, it recommends adopting a healthy or Mediterranean-type general diet during pregnancy. “The Mediterranean diet has multiple advantages. It helps control weight and increases the feeling of physical well-being. It is a food pattern suitable for all ages and highly recommended both in the search for pregnancy and during pregnancy as, among other advantages, it can be an ally in front of gestational diabetes,” says Dr. Chávez.

Other work, published in Human Reproduction, a 68% increase in the possibility of pregnancy and of giving birth to a healthy baby for women who follow a diet based on the Mediterranean diet during the six months before being treated for in vitro fertilization (IVF). Besides, in a study previous, the same research group showed that the Mediterranean diet also improves the quality of semen. “A food based on vegetable foods such as fruits, vegetables, vegetables, vegetables, vegetables, nuts, olive oil, whole grains and fish (best blues) can help get pregnancy. It is also recommended to consume omega-3 fatty acids, foods rich in folic acids, and minerals such as selenium, zinc and iron,” this specialist enumerates. Foro de Ciclismo

Male toxicity and infertility
The quality of the sperm has been reduced by 50 to 60% in the last 40 years, according to a study published in Human Reproduction Update. An investigation published in the last issue of the magazine Andrology lists some factors that cause this male infertility: the consumption of tobacco, alcohol and recreational drugs (cannabis, opioids and anabolizing), poor nutritional habits, obesity and metabolic syndrome; genital thermal stress (by mobile exposure, portable, tight underwear or hot baths), exposure to endocrine disruptors (bisphenol 4, phthalates or pesticides) and “Manual infertility means one third of the infertility diagnoses (35%) and is present in 30% of cases of mixed or combined causes,” she says.

In addition, the World Health Organization (WHO) was forced to establish new sperm quality parameters in 2010 due to semen involution. “In a seminogram we analyze the volume of semen and the concentration, morphology, motility and vitality of the sperm. In 1999 the volume reference value was 2 milliliters, while in 2010, it decreased to 1.5 milliliters per ejaculation. On concentration, it has passed from 20 million per milliliter of sperm to 15 in a normal seminogram,” explains Dr. Chávez.

Diet and lifestyle influence fertility, according to a report by Amnios in Vitro Project

Diet and lifestyle influence fertility, according to a report by Amnios in Vitro Project

Factors such as tobacco and alcohol consumption, lack of physical exercise, stress and pollution reduce reproductive capacity. WHO was forced to establish new

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Diet and lifestyle influence fertility, according to a report by Amnios in Vitro Project
Diet and lifestyle influence fertility, according to a report by Amnios in Vitro Project

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