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Figure 1 Effect on semen parameters after adjustment for potential confounders using linear and quadratic equations with SSB intake. (a) SSB intake in relation with total semen volume (in mL), modelled with linear and quadratic fit. *Solid lines represent estimate of linear regression model; dashed lines represent 95% confidence limits of the estimate. Models are adjusted for age, BMI, sleep duration, exercise, smoking, tobacco chewing, alcohol intake, caffeine intake and total SSB intake. (b) SSB intake in relation with total sperm count (in million/ejaculate). (c) SSB intake in relation with sperm concentration (in million/mL). (d) SSB intake in relation with sperm motility%. (e) SSB intake in relation with progressive sperm motility%. (f) SSB intake in relation with sperm vitality%. (g) SSB intake in relation to normal sperm morphology (per 200 spermatozoa). BMI, body mass index; SSB, sugar-sweetened beverage.

Figure 1 Effect on semen parameters after adjustment for potential confounders using linear and quadratic equations with SSB intake. (a) SSB intake in relation with total semen volume (in mL), modelled with linear and quadratic fit. *Solid lines represent estimate of linear regression model; dashed lines represent 95% confidence limits of the estimate. Models are adjusted for age, BMI, sleep duration, exercise, smoking, tobacco chewing, alcohol intake, caffeine intake and total SSB intake. (b) SSB intake in relation with total sperm count (in million/ejaculate). (c) SSB intake in relation with sperm concentration (in million/mL). (d) SSB intake in relation with sperm motility%. (e) SSB intake in relation with progressive sperm motility%. (f) SSB intake in relation with sperm vitality%. (g) SSB intake in relation to normal sperm morphology (per 200 spermatozoa). BMI, body mass index; SSB, sugar-sweetened beverage.