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    Sat fat v sperm damage

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    I'm going to assume that they chose to totally ignore any possible links with decreased sperm count and high carb consumption, as it is just so much easier to pick on fat.

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    Also, the distinction between highest and lowest sat. fat consumers was 13% of calories to 8% of calories. That such a trivial difference in eating patterns in such a small sample size is stated as significant seems to me to be a prime example of confirmation bias.

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