What is Fertilife for Men?
Fertilife Male is a supplement aimed at improving male fertility. The formula of Fertilife for Men is unique and has been rigorously formulated to act through different mechanisms in a synergistic way. It combines inositol, n-acetyl cysteine, ashwagandha, selenium and vitamin D.
The combination of its natural ingredients is intended to increase sperm quality, while improving sperm count, morphology and motility.
Fertilife has been designed in 2 different flavours: Tropical and watermelon.
The composition of Fertilife Male:
Inositol is an effective molecule in the treatment of infertility. Fertilife has been formulated using a combination of myo inositol and chiro inositol, two of the most proven compounds.
- Myo inositol has the ability to improve sperm quality in scenarios where obesity, diabetes, insulin resistance and other factors that worsen sperm quality are present.
- Chiro inositol has similar benefits to myo inositol, however, new data show that it may reduce the conversion of testosterone to oestrogen. As a result, it may improve the sexual hormone profile of affected men.
N-acetyl cysteine (NAC) is a compound characterised by its antioxidant properties. N-acetyl cysteine (NAC) is a precursor of glutathione, one of the major antioxidants in the body.
One of the main causes of infertility in men is the high presence of oxidative molecules (ROS). NAC supplementation has been shown to improve asthenozoospermia (sperm motility) and sperm concentration.
Ashwagandha, or Indian ginseng, is an Indian herb used in ancient times as an adaptogen. Frequent consumption of ashwagandha may be of interest in certain cases of hypogonadism or sperm motility problems, as consumption of ashwagandha root has been shown to have benefits in cases of male fertility problems as a result of its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects.
Selenium is a mineral directly related to our body's anti-oxidant capacity. Selenium is an essential mineral for the process of selenoprotein formation. Selenoproteins are found in seminal fluid. They are also a marker currently used to measure sperm quality.
About 50% of men are at risk of selenium deficiency. Data from Spain show that due to our lifestyle, plasma selenium levels have been reduced.
Vitamin D is a vitamin that we obtain mainly through exposure to the sun. It is estimated that a significant part of the population may be deficient in this vitamin due to factors such as overweight or lack of exposure.
The dosage used in Fertilife is sufficient to reverse any possible deficiency without compromising the health of the consumer.
In relation to fertility, it has been observed that vitamin D receptors are found in both testicles and spermatozoa, which is relevant to sperm quality. This is why low levels of vitamin D have been associated with poorer sperm count and motility.
What are the benefits of Fertilife for men?
- Increases testosterone levels in certain cases of hypogonadism.
- Helps improve sperm motility and sperm count.
- Helps reverse the deterioration caused by the high presence of reactive oxygen species (ROS).
- Favour the outcome of in vitro inseminations.
- Improve sperm morphology.
How to take Fertilife male?
It is recommended to consume 5g (2 level scoops).
Directions for use: Dissolve two level scoops in 200ml of water and take after the main meal. For a better assimilation, it is advisable that the main meal contains a fat intake.