All the scientifically proven nutrients, which improve sperm morphology, i.e. the percentage of normally shaped sperm cells

Critical Male Fertility Nutrient Carnitine

WHY CARNITINE IS CRITICAL FOR MALE FERTILITY Overview Carnitine improves male fertility by supporting sperm count, sperm concentration, motility, nuclear DNA integrity and morphology. L-Carnitine is present in almost every cell in the body. It is derived from the amino acids lysine and methionine. Carnitine is the generic name for several compounds. These include L-carnitine, acetyl-L-carnitine,…

The powerful antioxidant capacity of glutathione supports healthy male fertility

One of the most important and effective antioxidants in the human body is glutathione (GHS). It can be found in fungi, animals, plants and some bacteria and prevents oxidative damage caused by reactive oxygen molecules. A non-essential nutrient, the body is able to produce glutathione itself. Glutathione relies on the availability of the amino acids cysteine, glycine and…

Vitamin C Is Important for Reproduction

Oxidative stress on sperm DNA caused by free radicals can be detrimental when trying to conceive. Vitamin C can help to reduce this oxidative stress and promote better fertility in both women and men. Ascorbic acid, commonly referred to as vitamin C, is a vital nutrient for a healthy body. Involved in an array of…

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Pine Bark Extract Treats Idiopathic Male Infertility

Studies show that pine bark extract may help to enhance sperm health. It may also help improve erectile function when taken with the amino acid L-arginine. In recent years there has been growing interest in the properties of plant extracts with a high polyphenolic content, e.g. extracts of pine bark, grape seeds or green tea. The…

Omega-3 Fatty Acids improve sperm quality and support foetal development during pregnancy

Clinical Study: Fatty Acid (FA) Composition Of Sperm Cells Is An Important Determinant Of Fertility In 2009, eighty-two infertile men with idiopathic male factor infertility and seventy-eight fertile men were enrolled in a clinical study. The semen parameters were assessed according to World Health Organization criteria. Several fatty acids and enzymes were measured to evaluate the…