How can Vitamenz help you get pregnant? Vitamenz is a unique blend of vitamins and anti-oxidants designed to support optimal sperm health. All nine natural ingredients have been clinically researched to support male fertility.
Healthy fertility is often looked at as a woman’s concern. But in fact, when a couple are struggling to conceive, around half of these issues are the result of the male’s fertility. These issues can often be addressed by changes to the male’s lifestyle that will support sperm production, motility and quality.
Vitamenz is a dietary supplement designed to do just that by providing essential support in pre-conception sperm health. Looking after sperm health should be par for the course for any male hoping to create a new member of their family. Because a healthy sperm plus a healthy egg will create a healthy baby. Simple really. And taking Vitamenz daily while trying to conceive will support that process.
Each of the nine vitamins and anti oxidants in Vitamenz has been clinically researched to support sperm health. Click on an ingredient below to see its role in supporting the creation of stronger swimmers. We recommend that two tablets are taken daily, or as directed by a health care professional. Each tablet contains the following ingredients:
Often called the `miracle molecule` by researchers, L Arginine has proven and can support potent fertility benefits for both men and women who are trying to conceive. More than 10,000 medical citations have been written by researchers investigating the effects of L Arginine on human fertility.
For men with low sperm counts, L Arginine can be a real help, supporting healthy sperm count and motility.
An essential amino acid, its protein building abilities allows L Arginine to cross the blood-brain barrier to the hypothalamus (something other medications and supplements cannot do), to naturally trigger the pituitary gland to support the production of growth hormone to aid in fertility.
Nitric Oxide, synthesized by L Arginine, is the chemical messenger that creates erections in men and orgasms in women. Without Nitric Oxide, no erection can occur, making conception difficult, if not altogether impossible.
For a sperm to fertilise an egg, the sperm must be mobile and swim to the woman’s egg so it follows that slow, lazy or disorientated sperm aren`t as likely to succeed and their chances of reaching the egg to start a pregnancy are significantly diminished. L-Carnitine may help support and spur those sperm into motion. Researchers have suggested that L-Carnitine is found in much greater amounts in sperm tissue than other cells. The role of L-Carnitine on sperm maturation and sperm quality is well documented. Now some preliminary studies suggest that L-Carnitine may be able to support healthy sperm motility as well. Also L-carnitine, has been scientifically proven to support semen quality and production. It is an amino acid that can be found naturally in almonds, dairy products and meat. L-carnitine is an important source of nitruous oxide for the body, which is a chemical compound that relaxes muscles and supports healthy blood flow to the reproductive organs. L-carnitine has a particular benefit to patients with azoospermia. A scientific trial published in Fertility and Sterility in 2003 showed “a statistically significant improvement in semen quality, greater than after the placebo cycle, was seen after the L-carnitine supplementation for sperm concentration and total and forward sperm motility.”
L-Taurine (or Taurine) is a non-essential amino acid that can be found in meat, fish and dairy products. Taurine has a role in dozens of your bodily functions including supporting male fertility (healthy sperm count & motility) as well as normal blood pressure, circulation and mood.
L-Taurine is also thought to have antioxidant properties, which means that it can find and destroy harmful free radicals in the body. Also the benefits of taking l- taurine supplements if your levels are low are numerous. It helps boost the immune system, supports healthy blood sugar balance and aids in digestion. Other more well known uses for taurine supplements include support for low sperm count and eye health.
Sperm production is sensitive to a male’s exposure to nutritional and other environmental and lifestyle factors, according to Judith Brown in “Nutrition Through the Life Cycle.” Zinc is critical to male reproduction potential. The concentration of zinc in semen is high. Zinc in seminal fluid appears to protect sperm from bacteria and oxidative damage.
Zinc intake of less than 5 mg per day has shown to correlate with decreased semen volume and testosterone levels. Zinc deficiency affects sexual health and reproductive system development and supplementation of zinc may have great benefit, according to Healthy.net. Supplementing with 10 mg of zinc per day supports healthy fertility in males over time, according to “Nutrition Through the Life Cycle.”
It`s now considered essential even vital for women wanting to conceive to begin taking folic acid supplements many months ahead of the planned conception date to lessen the risk of having a child born with neural tube defects – one of the more common defects is Spina Bifida. What`s not so widely known is that folic acid plays an important part in maintaining male fertility.
A recent study done at the University of California at Berkley highlighted the role of folic acid in maintaining healthy sperm. The study examined folic acid levels in both the blood and semen of 48 men. They found that low levels of folic acid were associated with poor sperm health. Folic acid supports Male Sperm Health.
Selenium has been shown to reduce oxidative stress in developing sperm, thereby supporting sperm quality. A study published in the February 2009 issue of “Nutrition Research” showed that low selenium levels in semen correlated with lower sperm health and sperm counts. Also, the January 2011 edition of the “International Journal of General Medicine” reported that selenium in a daily dose of 150 – 180 mcg supported sperm morphology and motility and supported spontaneous pregnancy rates among partners of infertile men. Selenium deficiency alone may cause infertility. It is needed to properly shape sperm and to maintain sperm count. It`s believed to have a key role in the functioning of the epididymis – the part of the testicle where sperm is stored and matures. Selenium is also an antioxidant that protects the cells in sperm that have a high fat content.
Vitamin E is a powerful antioxidant and has been shown to support fertility. Men going through IVF treatment with their partners are often given vitamin E. It has been suggested that the antioxidant activity of vitamin E might support sperm fertility.
Taking vitamin E or changing your diet to incorporate foods rich in vitamin E, like sunflower seeds, nuts, turnip greens and tomatoes, can support the quality of your sperm. Research published in the March-April 2003 issue of “Archives of Andrology” indicates support for sperm motility in study participants who took 400 mg of vitamin E .
MayoClinic.com reports that how well your sperm are able to move directly impacts your fertility as sperm need to be able to make their way over distances to fertilize an egg, and motility helps them to do this.
Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C)
Vitamin C is also an antioxidant, and studies show that vitamin C is thought to support sperm quality, protecting sperm and the DNA within it from oxidative damage.
Lack of this antioxidant can cause sperm to clump together, obviously not ideal behavior for sperm when you’re trying to conceive. Men who smoke can really benefit from increased amounts of vitamin C. Since the chemicals found in cigarettes eventually make their way into semen (which is why it is best to quit when you want to get your partner pregnant), the antioxidant properties in vitamin C help to neutralize these chemicals. A study done on male smokers found that an intake of at least 300mg or more of vitamin C supported the men’s sperm count, motility and viability.
CoQ10 or Coenzyme Q10 is a substance that the human body can produce naturally. CoQ10 is used by the cells to generate energy and also functions as a powerful antioxidant. Antioxidants help fight free radicals, which are believed to contribute to health problems by damaging cells and DNA.
How do I use Vitamenz?
Despite what you might think, sperm isn’t produced on demand. On average it takes 100 days for sperm to develop so that means you need to be doing everything possible to ensure your swimmers are in their best possible condition in advance of trying to conceive.
Think of it as pre-season training for healthy baby making. Getting your sperm fit, fast and strong come kick off. And think of Vitamenz as your natural training supplement, with our unique blend of natural ingredients all individually clinically researched to support male fertility. But don’t worry if you are already trying to have a baby, as Vitamenz will support sperm health immediately.
It’s pretty simple really. Just take two tablets, once a day, as soon as you start planning to have a baby and then continue to take Vitamenz until a successful, healthy pregnancy is achieved. Or as directed by your health care professional.