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The Foods Men Eat Determine Semen Quality

The Foods Men Eat Determine Semen Quality

"Tell me what you eat, I'll tell you who you are." --Brillat-Savarin

When it comes to food and semen quality, ask the expert! The research of Dr. Jaime Mendiolas shows that antioxidants in fresh fruit and vegetables help to improve semen quality and when the list of semen quality is compared between those eating from different food groups, milk drinkers come last. Jaime Mendiola, Ph.D., Alicante, Spain Tel: 34-965654634 E-mail: mendiola.j@gmail. com

Vegans and organizations such as PETA continously assert that those who eat a plant-based diet make better lovers. Now there is scientific proof to back up that claim.

Fertility and Sterility is the official publication of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine. This peer-reviewed scientific journal has been publishing research for over fifty years and is highly regarded for its landmark articles in reproductive endocrinology, physiology, immunology, menopause, fertility, and reproductive physiology.

The March 1, 2008 issue of Fertility and Sterility (Mendiola J, et. al.) included a study which assessed dietary habits of various sperm donors and determined that when it comes to healthy sperm counts, diet plays a critical role. The scientists concluded:

"Frequent intake of lipophilic foods like meat products or milk may negatively affect semen quality in humans, whereas some fruits or vegetables may maintain or improve semen quality."

Like a secret handshake, one vegan can smell another. Vegans can detect the offensive odor of a chicken or egg eater or meat and dairy lover. The rancid breath and decaying flesh reek of death.

"Sex is good, but not as good as fresh, sweet corn." --Garrison Keillor

Robert Cohen
http://www.notmilk. com

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