Nutrition - Fish oil supplements could benefit testicular function in healthy men finds study
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 Plant-based diet may lower risk for heart diseasePlant-based diet may lower risk for heart disease
 
Eating a high protein diet may heighten one’s risk of developing cardiovascular disease, including heart disease, hypertension, and stroke, a new study by researchers at the Penn State College of Medicine, found.
 
   Fish oil supplements could benefit testicular function in healthy men finds studyFish oil supplements could benefit testicular function in healthy men finds study
 
A large Danish study has shown that fish oil supplements taken by healthy men of the reproductive age could help improve their testicular function as is evidenced by their semen quality and reproductive hormone levels.
 
   Can Food Allergies Be Genetic?Can Food Allergies Be Genetic?
 
Food allergies result from abnormal immunological responses to the ingestion of or exposure to certain foods.
 
 Low-fat diet associated with reduction in testosterone among men
 
Low-fat diet associated with reduction in testosterone among menFor the many men diagnosed with testosterone deficiency, losing weight can help increase testosterone levels.
 
 
 Researchers identify molecular regulator that can help treat obesity
 
Researchers identify molecular regulator that can help treat obesityFat cells are filled with droplets coated by molecules that act like hotel doormen: These "doormen" control cellular access for nutrients as well as for the exit of energy-supplying molecules called lipids.
 
 
 Researchers analyze the scope of global childhood malnutrition
 
Researchers analyze the scope of global childhood malnutritionThe scope of childhood malnutrition has decreased since 2000, although millions of children under five years of age are still undernourished and, as a result, have stunted growth.