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Exercise and Fertility (4 of 4): Harvard Study on Diet and Fertility

One primary reason why people exercise, particularly as the body slows down due to the process of aging, is to lose or maintain weight. Experts generally agree that paying attention to both exercise and diet patterns is vital for achieving a target weight, but that sticking to sound nutrition habits proves far more important than putting in those extra miles or reps.

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Exercise and Fertility (2 of 4): Does Exercise Increase Men’s Sperm Count?

It takes a mere 6 months of frequent exercise for men to notice an improvement in their sperm when exercising. How frequent? Anywhere from three to five times per week, said researchers, adding that the men in their study who exercised regularly and moderately boosted sperm qualities in better ways than men who engaged in trendy interval-training regimens like HIIT.

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Conception Perceptions: Myths vs. Facts

You’ve educated yourself on the best ways to stay emotionally and physically fit. Closely examined your diet and lifestyle choices to see whether there’s room for improvement or proactive measures (there almost always is). And you’ve monitored your potential and real exposure to toxins, pollutants, and chemicals to avoid their harmful effects on your fertility.

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Fertility supplements: Is 'super sperm' possible?

What if you could counteract declines in sperm quality by taking specific vitamins and minerals, in an easy-to-drink organic juice format, to mitigate and address threats to fertility? No product exists today, but in collaboration with the Harvard Innovation Lab, Legacy is working on a new product geared toward significantly boosting the strength of your sperm.

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Germany: The lowest birthrate in the world?

Germany, of all nations, has a birth-rate problem? And not the kind that implies overpopulation but one that, until very recently, placed the country at the bottom of the world’s birth-rate list of developed countries. One bright spot: A 2015 study quoted by BBC News indicated that Germany had surpassed Japan to get out of last place on that list. And, as of this writing, the CIA’s World Fact Book estimated Germany’s birth rate at 213th out of 226 countries.

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