16 Mar 2017 05:33 PM EST
A recent article from Men's Health, claims that while some experts believe that US sperm counts are on the decline, researchers from Spain have suggested that diet may play a crucial role. After reviewing the results of 35 studies that looked at diet and semen quality, the researchers discovered that certain nutrients seem to be linked with higher quality sperm. Men who ate more omega-3 fatty acids, vitamins E, D, and D, folate, beta carotene, selenium, zinc, and lycopene, were less likely to have sperm with low-quality parameters. Similar low-quality sperm were found in men who diets higher in trans fats and saturated fats. According to the studies diets containing seafood, poultry, cereals, vegetables, fruit, and low fat dairy were linked to higher quality sperm. Researchers caution that more research that can study cause-effect needs to be done.
The Risks of Eating a Gluten Free Diet
According to a recent study, a gluten-free diet has been linked to mercury and arsenic exposure, and now it seems the diet could also raise the risk of type 2 diabetes. In a study of nearly 200,000 people over the course of 30 years, researchers have found that people with the highest percent of gluten consumption have a 13 percent lower risk of developing... Read more
Can Your Raw Cheese Plate Kill You?
Say it ain’t so! Could your cheese be deadly? Soft raw milk cheese made by Vulto Creamery in New York has been identified as the likely source of a listeria outbreak that killed two people and sent four more—including a newborn—to the hospital, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Due to the risk, Vulto recalled... Read more
Robot Hired To Flip Burgers At Fast Food Restaurant
A Californian fast food restaurant has introduced a robot that flips and cooks burgers, replacing human workers at the grill.The Telegraph reports that the robot, named Flippy, was developed by Miso Robotics and began its first day on the job at Caliburger this week. “Much like self-driving vehicles, our system continuously learns from its experiences... Read more
Marshmallow Peeps Oreos Have Surprising Side Effects
New Marshmallow Peeps-flavored Oreos and their bright pink filling are starting to do more than just brighten up store shelves. Consumers are discovering that Peeps Oreos deliver some colorful side effects. Apparently the pink food coloring that makes the filling so shockingly bright is leaving its mark on consumers’ tongues and disgustingly…... Read more
What the Celebs Will Be Eating At The Oscars
As you gear up for your own glamorous viewing party of the Academy Awards, glean a little inspiration straight from the stars. The official post-Oscar celebration, 89th Annual Academy Awards Governors Ball, chef Wolfgang Puck is serving up some stunning dishes to the 1,500 person guest list of celebrities and industry insiders. This year's after-party... Read more
The sequel to Marvel's "Ant Man" movie is set to start production this summer. The flick's original stars, Paul Rudd, Evangeline Lily, and Michael Douglas, all signed on to reprise their roles....More
Over the last month, fans of Stan Lee have been keeping a close eye on the comics icon. The legendary writer has become a grandfatherly figure to fandoms everywhere, and well-wishes poured in when...More