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Myth Conception: The Facts on Male Fertility and Nutrition

This webinar shares recent recommendations and breakthroughs in male fertility, as well as nutritional strategies for counseling male clients on dietary patterns and lifestyle changes that may support reproductive health.

Member Price $24.00

Nonmember Price $54.00


This product is free for NEP DPG members.

This webinar was presented live on January 30, 2020.

While evidence of the relationship between diet and fertility in women has progressed, less attention has been paid to male fertility. This is despite findings that infertility affects men and women equally, with about 1/3 of infertility cases being attributed to male factors. Presenters will share recent recommendations and breakthroughs in male fertility that include the influence of diet, weight and environmental factors on reproductive health. Attendees will learn nutritional strategies and recommendations for counseling male clients on fertility-friendly foods, dietary patterns and lifestyle changes.

CPEU: 1.5
CPE Level: 2
Learning Need Codes: 5410, 4120, 4170
Performance Indicators: 12.2.1, 8.1.4, 8.3.6

Learning Objectives

  1. Describe factors that affect male fertility based on evidence-based research.
  2. Demonstrate how foods, specific nutrients and other factors affect the male reproductive system (sperm motility, vitality and morphology), including male sexual health.
  3. Discuss the effects of men's health on assisted reproduction outcomes.


Wendie Robbins, PhD, FAAN, FAAOHN, Professor and Endowed Chair at the University of California, Los Angeles

Hillary Wright, MEd, RDN, LDN, Director of Nutrition at Domar Center for Mind Body Health at Boston IVF

Release Date: January 30, 2020


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