Caffeine is controversial. Some studies say that caffeine affects fertility, but then other studies say it doesn’t make a difference, and the question is how much caffeine is too much. There is no consensus on this topic, so my advice is usually to minimize it. If you feel that you need to have one coffee a day, then that’s fine, because there is not a high-quality study that has said 100% it affects fertility or 100% it doesn’t. It’s just all about minimizing. And if you feel you can live with it, it is fine. If you feel you can, have a decaf or tea sometimes instead of it and just remember that caffeine is not only in coffee, we also have caffeine in chocolate. Caffeine is also present in soda drinks. If you can minimize in any way, it will be super helpful for your fertility. In terms of exercise, that’s another great question. What research has found, is that doing too much exercise is not helpful. But what is too much. Too much would be anything strenuous. So if you are training, let’s say you if you are a personal trainer, and your job is to be in the gym doing exercise all day, that will be too much. If you are trying for a marathon or if you are doing high-intensity boot camp training all those things are too much. When it comes to fertility, we are talking about doing much softer exercise. You can still do cardio, you can still run but just do not run to a marathon. You can still do yoga. In terms of men, men should avoid hot yoga, that’s one of the things. Trying to do more moderate exercise and avoid that strenuous or very intense exercise seems to be the thing that affects fertility. And in terms of men, if we think about men who do a lot of exercises and who then take a lot of steroids to build on those muscles steroids affect male fertility immensely. That is one of the key things to avoid.