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Pesticides in vegetables and fruits worsen sperm quality

Pesticides and fertilizers accumulating in fruits can reduce the quality of sperm and affect the ability of spermatozoa to fertilize eggs
A group of scientists, having conducted the necessary studies, came to the conclusion that chemical additives in vegetables and fruits are able to influence the quality of sperm.
One of the serious topics that scientists consider is the reproductive function of a person and his sexual health. Regularly conducted studies to determine the negative factors that have adverse effects on female and male organisms.
Scientists from America conducted a large-scale study to find out what effect fruit and vegetables have on pesticides on the reproductive function of men. In the experiment, 155 people participated. Every day, researchers monitored their diet, the quality of sperm and general health. According to the results of the experiment, it was found out that even 1.5 servings of contaminated fruits and vegetables a day reduced the quality of sperm by as much as 32% and halved the number of active spermatozoa.
Based on the results obtained, it was proved that the high content of pesticides in vegetables and fruits adversely affects the reproductive function of men. Pesticides and fertilizers accumulating in fruits can reduce the quality of sperm and affect the ability of spermatozoa to fertilize eggs.
However, it is impossible to completely abandon vegetables and fruits, scientists warn, because these products themselves positively influence the quality of sperm. Therefore, it is necessary to try to consume vegetables and fruits during their natural maturation in a particular region. And do not choose the most beautiful fruits in the markets and in the shops  -  most likely, due to their marketable appearance, they owe fertilizers and chemicals.
Scientists divide vegetables and fruits into two groups: those that do not contain pesticides: peas, beans, grapefruit and onions, and those in which pesticides are contained in abundance: pepper, spinach, pears, apples and strawberries.
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