Part One: "Mother's Hope"...
The Natural Fertility Formula for WOMEN
With Chasteberry to normalize hormone levels:
Studies suggest that use of chasteberry can increase the chance of conception in infertile women, especially those who experience progesterone deficiency . Chasteberry seems to work by normalizing the menstrual cycle . In addition, chasteberry may have hormonal effects . Chasteberry works best when taken for three to seven months but appears to have a significant effect on fertility . In one study using a supplemental blend that included chasteberry, 26% of women conceived in the treatment group versus 0% in the placebo group after three months. After six months, the conception rate in the active group increased to 32% . Another study found a similar pregnancy rate of 33% versus 0% after five months of supplementation versus placebo . Chasteberry is generally well tolerated, with few adverse effects reported and is considered safe .
Packed with Red Raspberry Leaf to provide myometrium support:
Red raspberry leaf has been used for preventing miscarriage and has antioxidant and vasodilatory properties . It effects smooth muscle found in the uterus and may also have estrogen-like activity . Red raspberry leaf is considered safe and no adverse reactions have been reported with its use .
Chocked Full of Vitamin C for progesterone support:
Although used for a variety of disorders, vitamin C has also been used for infertility . It is involved in many metabolic processes including energy metabolism and immune functions as well as an enzymatic cofactor and antioxidant . One study showed that taking vitamin C daily increased progesterone levels in women with infertility due to menstrual cycle defects . Other studies have indicated that daily Vitamin C may improve fertility by causing ovulation and pregnancy in women who do not normally ovulate . Vitamin C is considered safe .
Packed with Iron for Ovulation Support:
Iron is an essential trace mineral that is important in many bodily functions including oxygen and carbon dioxide transport, enzyme function, and as a cofactor in biosynthesis . It has also been used for female infertility . One study showed that women who consumed iron supplements had a significantly lower risk of ovulation dysfunction leading to infertility than those who did not consume iron supplements . Another study concluded that iron supplementation was protective for infertility . Iron consumption is considered to be safe .
Rich with Selenium to Support Reproduction:
Selenium is a trace mineral that has been used in the treatment of infertility . Selenium possibly prevents early pregnancy loss . Selenium is important in the reproductive process in women and when deficient can lead to abortions and infertility . In animal studies, selenium deficiency has been shown to lead to ovarian degeneration . Selenium supplementation is considered safe .
Contains Zinc to Optimize Reproductive Hormone Secretion:
The second most abundant mineral in the body is zinc and this reflects its important role in many biological processes . In fertility, zinc deficiency leads to impaired synthesis and secretion of follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) and luteinzing hormone (LH), ovulation, the estrous cycle, and frequent abortions . It is also involved in ovulation . Zinc supplementation is considered safe .
But, it doesn’t stop there… Men can take control of their fertility too!
Part Two: "Father's Hope"...
The Natural Fertility Formula for MEN
Contains Acetyl-L-Carnitine to Boost Sperm Motility:
Acetyl-L-Carnitine is found in human sperm, and aids in its maturation process, specifically influencing motility . Men with lower sperm motility or infertile semen have lower levels of acetyl-L-carnitine and when it is added to semen samples in vitro, sperm motility is seen to increase . Acetyl-L-carnitine may also increase testosterone production and thereby improve testicular function . Acetyl-L-carnitine is safe when used appropriately and well tolerated . It is most effective for fertility when used in combination with L-carnitine .
Full of L-Carnitine to Increase Sperm Mobility & Motility:
L-Carnitine plays a vital role in the production of cellular energy as well as has antioxidant properties . Like acetyl-L-carnitine, L-carnitine is present in sperm, is involved in the process of sperm acquiring mobility, and increases motility when added to samples of semen . It is most effective when given in combination with acetyl-L-carnitine . It is considered as safe for oral use by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) .
Packed with Zinc (as zinc gluconate) Which is Good for Sperm Count and Seminal Volume:
Zinc is one of the most important minerals that influences male fertility . It is essential as cofactor in many enzymes, including those that influence DNA, RNA, and protein synthesis and specifically plays a role in reproduction . Zinc deficiency can lead to low sperm count and infertile males have lower seminal zinc levels, reduced testosterone, and decreased seminal volume . Oral zinc is considered safe when used orally and appropriately by the FDA .
Full of Vitamin E to Increase Fertilization Rates:
Vitamin E is a powerful antioxidant that has impressive effects on male fertility . In one study, vitamin E supplementation caused an impregnation rate of 21% as compared to 0% in males with low sperm counts . In another study, males with low fertilization rates were treated with Vitamin E for three months. After only one month of treatment, fertilization rates increased significantly from 19% to 29% . Vitamin E seems to improve sperm functionality and is considered likely safe by the FDA .
Contains Coenzyme Q-10, a Membrane Stabilizer and Cofactor that Increases Sperm Motility:
The data behind using coenzyme Q-10 for male infertility is robust. It is a cofactor in many metabolic reactions as well as an antioxidant that works in concert with vitamin E and plays an important role in sperm motility . In addition, L-carnitine and coenzyme Q10 may have synergistic effects . In one study, taking 200 mg of coenzyme Q10 daily increased sperm motility in males after six months . Coenzyme Q10 is considered safe by the FDA and there has never been a report of significant toxicity even after 30 months of use .
Packed with Vitamin B12 to Support Spermatogenesis:
Vitamin B12 is an important vitamin involved in cell reproduction, normal growth, and has been used for male infertility . Levels of vitamin B12 have been found to be lower in infertile males so supplementation is recommended . In addition, the concentration of vitamin B12 in seminal plasma is significantly correlated to sperm concentration and may play a role in spermatogenesis . Supplementation with vitamin B12 has been demonstrated to be beneficial in improving sperm counts and motility . Vitamin B12 is considered safe by the FDA and has been used in very large doses with no toxic effects .
Full of Selenium that Supports Spermatogenesis:
Selenium has been used for infertility and is required for testosterone biosynthesis as well as the process of sperm formation . In fact, Selenium is required for steps 7 and 12 in sperm formation . Low selenium levels have been linked to decreased male fertility as well as abnormal sperm and low sperm motility . Increased levels of selenium in sperm have been positively correlated with sperm count and density . Selenium is considered safe by the FDA under 400 mcg daily .