How does FERTILIGY work for men?

What's in FERTILIGY and does it actually work?

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Sperm Health

Diet and lifestyle directly affects your sexual reproductive capabilities.

Diets that are high in saturated fats, low in vitamins and minerals whilst being high in processed foods are known to negatively impact your sperm production, motility, volume and quality.

Fertiligy supports your sexual and sperm health by including clinically proven nutrients such as d-aspartic acid, vitamin D and selenium which helps to improve the function of the testis and overall sperm health.

Oxidative Stress

High levels of oxidative stress as a result of a poor diet, alcohol consumption, smoking and a lack of exercise produce harmful free radicals that damage sperm DNA, reduces sperm motility and increases the risk of recurrent abortions.

A paper published in the Reproductive Medicine and Biology Journal reported that high levels of oxidative stress being present in around 30% - 80% of infertile men.

While the science behind free radicals has been well known for over 50 years, it is only during the last 20 years that the benefits of anti-oxidants have been studied and understood.

Fertiligy has been formulated to include anti-oxidants that specifically target male reproductive health.

This includes Beta Carotene which is able to reduce sperm DNA fragmentation, d-Alpha Tocopherol which improves semen quality and Coenzyme Q10, clincially proven to increase sperm density, morphology and concentrations.

Testosterone

The primary male sex hormone is responsible for many bodily functions including libido, sexual desire, sexual function, energy and virility.

Research published in the Journal of Clinical Medicine demonstrates that low testosterone is present in approximately 15% of infertile men.

To enhance male sexual function, Fertiligy includes zinc, N-Acetyl-Cysteine and fenugreek which all have proven to improve testosterone secretion amongst men.

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How to increase male sperm count and motility, naturally...

Many studies and research papers point towards a healthy lifestyle that includes reducing stress, free radicals, toxins (such as alcohol and smoking), eating fewer foods high in saturated fats with low nutritional value and increasing your exercise levels.

There's evidence that also points towards improving your sleeping patterns and arrangements to ensure you acheive 8 hours of restful sleep every 24 hours.

What vitamins are good for male fertility?

You should always eat a varied diet from foods that are high in a variety of vitamins and minerals.

This will give you the best chance of both partners conceiving. However, there are some vitamins that been highlighted from various clinical studies to enhance male fertility.

These include:

Vitamin A - infertile men have low levels of vitamin A in their sperm. Vitamin A has shown to treat infertility issues.

Vitamin D - shown to help improve the function of testis and sperm health. Supplementation of vitamin D has resulted in a increased number of pregnancies.

Vitamin E - supplementation has increased birth rates and improves the quality of semen when compared to a placebo.

The combination of Vitamins A & E is particularly powerful to boost sperm concentrations.

Best antioxidants for male fertility?

Free radicals are constantly produced in your body, they are a by-product of many bodily functions needed to create energy for exercise and other normal cellular activity.

The body also creates free radicals as a result of being exposed to toxins such as tobacco smoke, air pollution, sunlight, alcohol and other toxins that we are exposed to in the environment.

While we cannot escape free radicals, a high level creates oxidative stress which can lead to ageing, infertility and chronic diseases such as heart disease, diabetes and cancer.

To prevent this, we need antioxidants to fight the negative actions of free radicals to create a balance and prevent oxidative stress which can leave a long standing negative effect on your health whilst damaging sperm DNA.

The team at Fertiligy identified the most potent antioxidants tht have clinical evidence to support natural fertility amongst men.

Many vitamins are antioxidants such as those included in Fertiligy, but there's also the following:

Folic Acid - the antioxidant activity has benefical effects against cardiovascular diseases. Research demonstrates that it can improve sperm health and numbers.

Selenium - a very powerful antioxidant able to fight oxidative stress and protect against cell damage and even cognitive decline.

Further evidence shows that it is also able to increase sperm motility.

N-Acetyl-Cysteine - a well regarded antioxidant able to directly and indirectly help minimize cell damage by reducing oxidative stress.

Another by-product of its actions is to improve testosterone, sperm count and volume of semen.

Coenzyme Q10 - a significant antioxidant able to prevent the generation of free radicals and protect cell membranes whilst posessing anti-inflammatory benefits.

Evidence has demonstrated that supplementation of CoQ10 has significantly improved sperm concentrations for infertile men.

Lycopene - known to help protect the body against free radicals which can lead to reproductive dissorders, skin and bone diseases and other inflammatory complications.

During a period of 3-12 months lycopene improved sperm health which improved pregnancy rates.

Is zinc good for male fertility?

Zinc is an essential nutrient that cannot be stored nor produced by the body.

It plays many important roles in the body such as growth, skin health and immunity.

The British Medical Journal states that a deficiency of zinc can lead to events such as hair loss, reduced wound healing, fatigue, low levels of testosterone and impaired fertility.

Zinc has been identified to play an important role in sperm quality. This means it imporves sperm density, motility, formation which can lead to improved conceptions and improved pregnancy rates.

Phytomedicine and Phytotherapy

The use of plant extracts, herbal remedies and botanicals has been used for thousands of years.

However, it is only recently where modern science has been able to let us understand the benefits.

With evidence supporting their use to reduce the risk of inflammation and other human ailments including infertility.

As such, the World Health Organization estimates that phytotherapy is used by up to 4 billion people around the world as their primary healthcare.

Ashwgandha fertility benefits

There are many proven uses for ashwagandha, these can include anti-stress and anti-inflammatory effects, benefits for those suffering from neurodegenerative disease, as well as increasing physical performance.

Yet research also shows us that ashwagandha's benefits also reach the sphere of male fertility.

The Reproductive Biomedicine Online Journal states that ashwagandha has a positive effect on sperm count, motility and male reproductive hormones.

The Fertility and Sterility Journal reports that ashwagandha reduces oxidative stress and improved semen quality alongside increasing testosterone amongst infertile men.

While the Biomedical Research International Journal concludes that ashwagandha enhances sperm production and overall sperm health.

Does fenugreek increase fertility?

Fenugreek is another ancient yet popular plant extract that has evidence to demonstrate many positive benefits for human health.

With its effects ranging from anti-inflammatory, improvements of growth hormone, reductions of cholesterol and blood glucose management for those suffering from type 2 diabetes it is no surprise to learn that it can increase libido in men.

Fenugreek for infertility - Research published within the Advances in Life Science and Technology saw that fenugreek increased testosterone and improved fertility.

It was reported by the International Journal of Medical Sciences that fenugreek improved testosterone levels by up to 46% for 90% of the study participants. Whilst over 85% of the cohort saw an increase of their sperm count.

Further studies note that fenugreek improved libido, normalized testosterone levels and generally improved their quality of life.

Amino acids for male fertility

Your body requires 20 amino acids for it to function and grow. These amino acids often come from meat food sources.

Amino acids are attributed to building muscle and are proven to help reduce exercise fatigue and muscle soreness, all contributed to improved physical performance.

However, one amino acid in particular, D-Aspartic Acid, contributes towards the production of healthy sperm.

One study noted that supplementation for 90 days increased sperm concentrations and pregnancies.

Furthermore, when combined with zinc and coenzyme-Q10 there were further improvements of sperm health and motility for both fertile and infertile men in the group.

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Low Testosterone

Hypogonadism is when your testosterone levels are abnormally low and can impact sperm production

Source: NHS

Nutritional Factors

The quality of human semen has deteriorated by 50%–60% over the last 40 years...an unhealthy lifestyle, affects the structure of spermatozoa

Source: Journal of Clinical Medicine

Plant Extracts

Plants provide a treatment option that is affordable and available for infertile couples, and phytotherapy is an essential form of treatment in our health system

Source: Basic and Clinical Andrology Journal

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