And ask mothers to recall how often they ate meat, C. 50 years, not just waterproof science, despite the fact that pregnancy time when women were time when women is probably more aware of their diet, the researchers acknowledged. – Prof Swan concluded that the study be replicated to confirm the results, and suggests that one way to determine antenatal prenatal steroids responsible for a change in sperm count would be born in this study in men in Europe repeat after 1988, when hormones were no longer permitted in beef sold or produced there.
The researchers said this study does not qualify to the women, as they should be advised to eat a lot of beef, but perhaps high consumption should be avoided. – Semen quality fertile U.S. Men in relation to their mothers beef consumption during pregnancy. SH Swan, JW Overstreet, C. Advanced Access 28 Published in March 2007. Doi: 10.1093/humrep/dem068.
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