- Two new case reports suggest a keto weight loss diet could benefit sperm count and quality in obese men.
- Two patients who lost 20 to 60 pounds on the diet saw dramatic improvements in their sperm samples.
- This is backed by evidence that keto can boost sexual health, but other healthy eating plans like a Mediterranean or DASH diet are also linked to improvements.
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There’s new evidence that the high-fat, low carb keto diet might have benefits for reproductive health.
In new case reports, two men with obesity who lost weight on a very low calorie keto diet saw significant improvements in both sperm count and quality, according to research from the Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil, presented at the 2020 European and International Obesity Congress,
In the first case, the patient lost nearly 60 pounds