Fertility and Reproduction

How a Man's Diet Affects Fertility Too

When it comes to conceiving a baby, diet and lifestyle are just as important for men as for women. One-third of the cases of infertility are related to the male partner.

A healthy eating plan supports reproductive health. Learn about the connection between fertility and diet, and get information about polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), healthy weight and more.

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