Date :30 October 2014
The study, conducted jointly by researchers from France and the U.K., analyzed semen samples from 62 donors
Aluminum may be a major contributor to male infertility and reduced sperm counts, according to a new study released on Monday.
The study, published in the journal Reproductive Toxicology and conducted jointly by researchers at Keele University in the U.K. and the universities of Lyon and St.-Étienne in France, analyzed the sperm of 62 donors at a French clinic using fluorescence microscopy with an aluminum-specific stain. The researchers not only confirmed that semen does contain aluminum, but found that the sperm count is lowered as its aluminum content increases.
Professor Christopher Exley, an expert on human exposure to aluminum and the lead researcher in the study, said that endocrine disruptors and other environmental factors are generally blamed for the decline in male fertility that has been taking place over the past several decades.
“Human exposure to aluminum has increased significantly over the same time period and our observation of significant contamination of male semen by aluminum must implicate aluminum as a potential contributor to these changes in reproductive fertility,” he said.
Looks like it is not only your brain but now even sperm count and male fertility may be damaged by Aluminum (Al). Professor Christopher Exley has studied Al for 30 years and in nearly 100 human brains and has found that Al may play a key role in accelerating neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s. Al exposure does not happen all at once; it is an accumulation that happens over time.
“The human brain is exposed to Aluminum(Al) from the fetus to the grave” says Exley.
“While the proportion of this Al remains at a level which can endured without significant biological effects aluminum toxicity will not be manifested. However, at some point, which will be significantly influenced by individual circumstances, toxicity will be exerted, brain systems will be dysfunctional, and cascades of events eventually leading to accelerated cell and neuron loss will begin to dominate.”
Today, we are living in what is called “The Aluminum Age” where Aluminum has become ubiquitous or present everywhere . Below are sources where we can find Aluminum:
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