Antioxidants do not appear to improve a woman’s chances of getting pregnant, contrary to previous beliefs, Medical News Today reported.
In a study published in The Cochrane Library, researchers from the University of Auckland, New Zealand, discovered that women who took oral antioxidants were no more likely to conceive than those who took a placebo or a folic acid supplement.
- Antioxidant Supplements Do Not Help Women Conceive (medindia.net)
- No proof antioxidants aid fertility (sciencealert.com.au)
- Bad News On Fertility And Antioxidants (huffingtonpost.com)