A man's diet can affect fertility, dietitians say

06/14/2013 | Today's Dietitian

Studies show that a man's diet can affect fertility, and registered dietitians say that should be part of the conversation during preconception nutrition counseling. Body weight, fatty acid levels and certain micronutrients have been linked to sperm quality, and RD Bridget Swinney says men should get in shape for pregnancy by following MyPlate guidelines and eating a heart-healthy diet.

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