The study, published in the Aug. 27 online issue of the journal Fertility and Sterility, was led by scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. “It appears that consuming more micronutrients such as vitamin C, E, folate and zinc helps turn back the clock for older men. We found that men 44 and older who consumed at least the recommended dietary allowance of certain micronutrients had sperm with a similar amount of DNA damage as the sperm of younger men,” Andy Wyrobek, of the Life Sciences Division at Berkeley Lab, said in a lab news release. “This means that men who are at increased risk of sperm DNA damage because of advancing age can do something about it.
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Vitamins for your skin
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Vitamins and Supplements for ADHD
On the other hand, there are other natural or alternative remedies that are unsafe. That’s why it’s important to know what works — and what doesn’t — when it comes to nonstandard treatments for conditions like ADHD. The fact that claims are made that a vitamin or supplement is natural is not a guarantee that it’s safe. It’s important to always discuss any therapy with your doctor before taking it. Read on to discover whether there are vitamins and natural supplements that are safe and effective for treating symptoms of ADHD . Zinc for ADHD Symptoms Some studies suggest that children with ADHD may have lower levels of zinc in their body. And some scientists have reported improved symptoms in children with ADHD who took zinc supplements along with traditional ADHD treatment .
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