Father’s diet can affect the health of his future children
The shortage of protein in the diet of a man who plans to become a father, can have a negative impact on the quality of the sperm. And this will directly affect long-term health of his future offspring. This was claimed by scientists from the University of Nottingham.
The researchers fed male mice a food with a low amount of protein. As a result, they were subsequently born babies who are overweight and symptoms of type II diabetes. In addition, these mice observed reduced expression or expression of genes that regulate the metabolism of fat.
The study showed that sperm and them portable liquid male mice on a diet low in protein in the long term and negatively affect the metabolic health of the offspring.
Note that science is not just conducted studies that showed that sperm of men with overweight, Smoking or abusing alcohol or having type II diabetes often exhibit low quality in comparison with sperm of healthy fertile men. This is another proof how important the unborn child is the health of his father, not only, for example, good health of the mother and her rejection of bad habits.
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