Bad cholesterol or Lipoprotein (LDL) affects 71 million Americans and with a growing fast food culture and the increase of processed convenience food, this number will only rise.
Apart from heart attacks and strokes( one of the biggest killers in USA) increase levels of LDL can effect fertility rate in men & women. Medical news have reported a trail involving a number of couples trying to concieve and were part of the Longitudinal Investigation of Fertility and the Environment (LIFE) study, which aimed to ascertain whether ever-present environmental chemicals in the context of lifestyle affect male and female fertility.
Couples did not use contraceptives for 12 moths in an aim to get pregnant and all parents to be were followed monthly until delivery. Among the 401 (80%) women who completed the protocol, 347 (87%) became pregnant and 54 (13%) did not. Over the course of the study, 100 (20%) withdrew, most commonly due to a lack of continued interest in participation.
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