Recent study presented at the America Society for
Reproductive Medicine’s in 2013 Annual Meeting in Boston, discovered that bacon
and other processed meats are not too healthy for men's fertility.
Dr. Allan Pacey, a fertility specialist at the
University of Sheffield, said it was already known that a healthy diet could
increase male fertility, but it was less clear whether specific foods could be
attributed for lower sperm count.
Dr Pacey stated that “The relationship between diet and men’s fertility is an interesting one, and there is substantial evidence that men who eat more fresh fruit and vegetables have better sperm than men who don’t. However, less is known about the fertility of men with poor diets”