Fertility Blend for Men by Daily Wellness aides in successful pregnancy. Fertility Blend for Men reviews show improved fertility by enhancing mail sperm count.
A scientifically validated nutritional blend that helps enhances fertility health. L-Carnitine is an amino acid that has been shown to help produce healthy, active sperm. Ferulic Acid, an antioxidant found in Dong quai, has been shown to help maintain good sperm quality. The antioxidants – vitamins C and E, green tea, and selenium, help support overall reproduce health. Zinc and B vitamins (B6, B12 and folate) are critical nutrients that help maintain proper hormone metabolism, sperm formation and motility.*
The Daily Wellness Company is committed to supporting scientific research on finished formulas, not just individual ingredients. In a pilot study on FertilityBlend™ for Men, after 3 months the treatment group demonstrated significantly increased sperm parameters as compared to the placebo group.
Lifestyle changes often are helpful in increasing chances for conception. Smoking, caffeine and alcohol consumption can lower sperm production and quality. Reproductive organs are highly susceptible to free radical or oxidative damage from environmental toxicants and natural aging. A balanced, nutritional diet, and nutritional supplements with a high antioxidant content can help reverse some of this damage. Vitamin, zinc and selenium deficiencies have been known to reduce fertility health and are easily reversible with supplementation.
As a dietary supplement, take a total of 2 capsules. If desired, you may take 3-4 capsules for the first 1-2 months for faster improvement, followed by continued use of 2 capsules daily. Can be taken as long as needed to help conceive a child. Use for at least three months before expecting significant improvement in fertility. You may also want to have your partner take FertilityBlend® for Women. Female fertility issues are often due to hormonal imbalances or stress factors that decrease the rate off egg release. You may also want to check with a doctor to determine whether there are any physical causes for low fertility that can be corrected by standard medical procedures.