Monday, July 30, 2007

Tomato Soup Boosts Male Fertility?

There's always a new study coming out that suggests "this or that" can help to improve fertility.  I'm a big believer in, "if it can't hurt, why not?."  Some new research in a very limited study suggested that eating a can of tomato soup daily may help to boost fertility in men.  The reason is a substance called lycopene which is found in tomatoes and has been touted as being very healthy in general.  It works in the body better when it is cooked, which is why the tomato soup is recommended instead of eating fresh tomoatoes.  In this case, since lycopene is known to be a healthy addition to any diet, I'd certainly recommend adding it to the diet for any male's who are trying to increase their fertility.
Daily dose of tomato soup can boost male fertility
New Zealand Herald, New Zealand - 20 hours ago
Photo / Listener Eating a can of tomato soup every day can help men increase their fertility, scientists have claimed. A research team from the University ...

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