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Beneficial effect of lycopene against lifestyle induced male infertility-06

  title={Beneficial effect of lycopene against lifestyle induced male infertility-06},
  author={Sanjay Nathmal Agrawal},
Lycopene is superior to moringa in improving fertility markers in diet-induced obesity male rats
Lycopene was superior to Moringa in improving male fertility parameters and obesity contributes to male infertility in a rodent model of diet-induced obesity. Expand
Effect of Lycopene Supplementation on Infertility in Men: A Systematic Review on Clinical Trial Studies
The aim of this study was to summarize the data from clinical trial articles on the effects of lycopene supplementation on different parameters of sperm in infertile men. Expand


Effects of acute physical exercise on oxidative stress and inflammatory status in young, sedentary obese subjects
In sedentary individuals with different ranges of BMI, Glutathione Reductase and distinct cytokines are differentially involved into the adaptive metabolic changes and redox responses induced by physical exercise, suggesting individuals at higher risk for developing diseases pathophysiologically linked to oxidative stress. Expand
Redox Mechanism of Reactive Oxygen Species in Exercise
This review updates on new findings of ROS origins within skeletal muscles associated with various types of exercises such as endurance, sprint and mountain climbing and examines the corresponding antioxidant defense systems as well as dietary manipulation against damages caused by ROS. Expand
The Semen pH Affects Sperm Motility and Capacitation
The results suggested that the declined Na+/K+-ATPase activity at acidic pHs result in decreased sperm movement and capacitation, which could be one of the mechanisms of male infertility. Expand
Lycopene and male infertility
Improvement in sperm parameters and pregnancy rates with supplementation of 4–8 mg of lycopene daily for 3–12 months indicates a reduction in oxidative stress, and thus the spermatozoa is less vulnerable to oxidative damage, which increases the chances of a normal sperm fertilizing the egg. Expand
Lycopene and male infertility: do we know enough?
In a randomized controlled trial, lycopene supplementation in moderately overweight, disease-free, middle aged adults showed no significant changes in markers of cardiovascular disease, which do not justify potential health claims that lycopenes supplementation has a cardioprotective effect. Expand
Gene Regulation, Modulation, and Their Applications in Gene Expression Data Analysis
An early attempt to extend the concept to new RNA regulation mechanism, competitive endogenous RNA (ceRNA), into a modulator framework, and provides two applications to illustrate the network construction, modulation effect, and the preliminary finding from these networks. Expand
Lifestyle factors and reproductive health: taking control of your fertility
The present literature review encompasses multiple lifestyle factors and places infertility in context for the couple by focusing on both males and females, and aims to identify the roles that lifestyle factors play in determining reproductive status. Expand
Human semen quality in the new millennium: a prospective cross-sectional population-based study of 4867 men
This large prospective study of semen quality among young men of the general population showed an increasing trend in sperm concentration and total sperm count, however, only one in four men had optimal semen quality. Expand
A Randomized Controlled Trial of Lycopene Treatment on Soluble Receptor for Advanced Glycation End Products in Seminal and Blood Plasma of Normospermic Men
A Randomized controlled trial of lycopene treatment on soluble receptor for advanced glycation end products in seminal and blood plasma of normospermic men shows promising results. Expand
The role of sperm oxidative stress in male infertility and the significance of oral antioxidant therapy.
Adequately powered, placebo-controlled comprehensive clinical trials are now required to establish a clear role for antioxidants in the prevention of oxidative stress in the male germ line, such that the clinical utility of this form of therapy becomes established once and for all. Expand