FERTILITY NUTRITION FOR MEN:
Based on Genetics, Designed to Improve Outcomes.
Let's face it, men mostly think their sperm is super sperm. But the truth is poor sperm parameters account for 1/3 of all infertility cases. And its not all the swimmer's fault! Did you know zinc improves semen quality? If your fluid quality is poor, the swimmers can't get where they need to go. The male body is so efficient you have a complete sperm washout every 3 - 4 months. That means diet and lifestyle changes based on your DNA can improve your semen and sperm parameters in just a few months!
THE DNA INSIGHTS
✔️Wellness Markers: We include over 50 wellness markers cross-linked with fertility conditions.
✔️Micronutrients and Food Sensitivities: We also look at genetic factors that can impact your body’s ability to digest, process and utilize key vitamins and minerals that are important for fertility:
✔️Folate is the naturally occurring form of vitamin B9, found in plant and animal foods. Studies have found that higher fol ate levels in the body are associated with higher sperm quality.
✔️Calcium is a mineral that plays a key role in spermatogenesis and the ability for sperm to fertilize an egg.
✔️Vitamin D is a hormone that helps your body absorb calcium, contributing to bone growth and strength. Vitamin D is important for healthy sperm formation and function and may be important for maintaining testosterone levels.
✔️Omega 3 is an essential fatty acid that may lead to higher sperm counts, increased sperm motility, and healthy sperm formation.
✔️Lactose Intolerance - People who are lactose intolerant are unable to properly digest lactose in dairy products and must seek alternate forms of calcium.
✔️Gluten Intolerance - People who experience pain, bloating, or diarrhea after eating gluten may need to avoid gluten in their diet, and seek alternative sources for some key vitamins and minerals.