How does Green Tea Affect Fertility?


It is suggested in some research that green tea may affect female fertility because 2 of it's main ingredients, hypoxanthine and polyphenols, are said to make embryos more viable as well as make eggs more fertile. It is also suggested that green tea may help with low sperm count in men. You can find more information here:
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Green tea affects fertility due to the two main ingredients of green tea. The two main ingredients hypoxanthine and polyphenols have been shown to increase the percentage of viable embryos. Other studies have shown that hypoxanthine and polyphenols help increase the maturing of eggs.
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