Fertient™ Men contains 14 scientifically-backed ingredients (Amino acids, minerals, micro-nutrients and vitamin) which support particular nutritional needs for men to become future dads. Here is a summary of all the ingredients and the studies behind.

Fertient Men contains 14 scientifically backed ingredients (Amino acids, minerals, micro-nutrients and vitamin) which support particular nutritional needs for men to become future dads. Here is a summary of all the ingredients and the studies behind.

Ingredients

Fertient™ Men - L-Carnitine

L-Carnitine 400mg 

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Usage & Benefits:

L-Carnitine is an important carrier of fatty acids across the inner membrane of mitochondria.  These fats are converted, not unlike glucose, into energy in the form of ATP which cells use to drive metabolic functions.  This is important for all cells including spermatozoa.

L-Carnitine also has antioxidant properties that help to prevent oxidative damage to cells.  Sperm needs extra energy to develop and for motility and requires high levels of antioxidants to prevent cellular membrane and DNA damage.  L-Carnitine is derived from an amino acid in the body naturally.

Researches: 

A study in 2011 looked at 61 males from an infertility clinic and was assessed to be fertile or infertile based on their history and semen testing.  Sperm counts, motility and sperm structure were assessed in both groups.

The infertile males had lower counts, motility and abnormal structure as compared to futile men.  However, when levels of free L-Carnitine were measured in seminal fluid, infertile males had lower concentrations than fertile males.

They concluded that L-Carnitine plays an important role in maintaining fertility in males.

2 more related studies and its benefits
Fertient™ Men - L-Arginine

L-Arginine 400mg 

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Sperm Morphology
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Usage & Benefits:

L-Arginine is a conditional amino acid (we make it but not a whole lot) used to build proteins in the body. As such, it easily crosses the blood-brain barrier where it can interact with the hypothalamus and activate the pituitary gland to produce growth hormone which is important for boosting fertility.

It boosts testosterone levels and activates nitric oxide synthase in the endothelium of blood vessels which makes nitric oxide (NO). NO enhances sperm quality because of the increase of oxygen and nutrients to sperm.

NO is a transmitter that relaxes blood vessels which allow for increased blood circulation which works on the penis as well aiding in achieving an erection. It is often referred to as a natural form of Viagra. Sperm quality is also affected by L-Arginine by increasing sperm count and motility due to the increased blood supply. L-Arginine is required to produce sperm.

It is believed that the testicles need L-Arginine to make polyamines that are important for sperm production. This amino acid is also an antioxidant.

Researches:

A study in 2015 treated 47 infertile Japanese males with mild erectile dysfunction. They were orally administered 690 mg of L-Arginine and 60 mg of Pycnogenol (pine bark extract, proanthocyanidins as in grape seed extract) daily for 4 months.

They reported that the concentration of sperm was significantly increased after 2 and 4 months of therapy. Penile erection had improvements as well.

2 more related studies and its benefits
Fertient™ Men - NAC

N-Acetyl Cysteine 100mg 

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Usage & Benefits:

N-Acetyl Cysteine (NAC) is one of many amino acids that is converted into cysteine which is a precursor of glutathione. So, Glutathione is naturally made in the body and is a powerful antioxidant that neutralizes certain reactive oxygen species (ROS).This aids in preventing free-radical damage to cell membranes and cells. Glutathione specifically reduces Hypochlorous Acid and Hydroxyl Radicals. This is important for sperm survival. As Glutathione reduces free radicals it improves the motility of sperm.

Researches:

A study in 2009 treated 60 infertile males with 600 mg of NAC each day for 3 months. Sixty fertile males were treated with a placebo as a control group. Then, plasma samples were assayed for total peroxide, total antioxidant capacity and oxidative stress.

NAC improved the viscosity, volume, and motility in semen. They reported that the antioxidant capacity had increased while the total peroxide and oxidative index was lower. They attribute this result to reduced free radical and lower viscosity of the semen. They found no difference in the sperm structure or count between infertile and fertile males.

2 more related studies and its benefits
Fertient™ Men - ALA

Alpha Lipoic Acid 100mg 

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Sperm Motility
Sperm Morphology
Sperm DNA Fragmentation
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Usage & Benefits:

Alpha Lipoic Acid (ALA) is well known for its free radical scavenging ability. Unlike some other antioxidants that are either soluble in water or soluble in fats, ALA is soluble in both so it can protect both areas. This means inside and outside a cell as well as its membrane. Its ability to reduce oxidative stress increases sperm motility as well as reduce DNA damage (fragmentation).

Free radicals are reduced in the mitochondria in the tail of the sperm allowing the mitochondria to work more efficiently. Mitochondria produce energy in the form of ATP that drives tail locomotion and hence motility. Free radicals are also reduced in the nucleus where DNA is housed. This decreases DNA attack by free radicals preventing fragmentation.

Researches:

In a 2015 clinical trial, ALA was administered to infertile males to test for oxidative stress in terms of the physical, morphological (structure) and biochemical components of seminal fluid (ejaculate). Infertile men were orally administered ALA (600 mg) or placebo for 12 weeks.

They found that the sperm parameters (count, concentration, and motility) were significantly greater in the group that took ALA. They also found that there was an increase in seminal levels, a decrease in malondialdehyde (MDA) and an increase in antioxidant capacity.

They concluded that ALA could improve semen quality.

3 more related studies and its benefits
Fertient™ Men - Grape Seed Extract

Grape Seed Extract 95% 50mg 

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Usage & Benefits:

Grape seed extract (GSE) contains several potent antioxidants known as polyphenols one of which is in the group known as proanthocyanidins. Proanthocyanidins are 50 times more powerful than Vitamin E and 20 times more powerful than Vitamin C against free radicals.

This combination of antioxidants increases catalase enzyme levels, lowers malondialdehyde (MDA) concentrations and increases FSH (follicle-stimulating hormone) levels. All of which increase sperm quality (counts, motility, structure, and fertility).

Grape Seed extract contains what is referred to as OPCs (oligomeric proanthocyanidins). This is also true for the natural supplement Pycnogenol. OPCs are also referred to as just Pycnogenol. Pycnogenol is the trade name of this product which comes from French Maritime pine bark. GSE is a little bit more potent than Pycnogenol and it is less expensive as well.

Researches:

In a 2017 study, grape seed extract was evaluated as an antioxidant on the chemistry of seminal fluid as a way to decrease oxidative stress.

29 infertile men were given GSE at a dosage of 600 mg daily for 3 months. These researchers measured seminal superoxide dismutase, catalase, LH (luteinizing hormone, serum), FSH (serum), testosterone and malondialdehyde (MDA) levels.

These levels were measured at the beginning as well as at the end of the study. They found that oral administration of GSE decreased semen MDA, serum FSH levels increased and semen catalase concentration increased. They concluded that GSE was effective in lowering seminal oxidation in infertile males and increasing the quality of sperm and overall fertility.

Another study in 2002 tested 19 sub-fertile males with Pycnogenol (200mg) a day for 3 months. They took semen samples before and after therapy. They were tested for sperm structure, counts, and motility before and after capacitation as well as mannose receptor binding.

Following Ham’s F-10 capacitation, it showed that sperm structure increased by 38% and mannose receptor binding improved by 19%. The researchers concluded that Pycnogenol improved capacitated sperm structure and mannose receptor binding. This may allow couples to forgo in vitro fertility procedures and experience natural fertility.

5 more related studies and its benefits
Fertient™ Men - Lycopene

Lycopene 5% 30mg 

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Sperm Morphology
Sperm DNA Fragmentation
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Usage & Benefits:

Lycopene is a rather unique antioxidant of all the carotenoids. It is the most powerful singlet oxygen satisfyer. The oxygen-free radicals include singlet oxygen (O2-), superoxide anion radical (O-) and hydroxyl radical ( •OH) and together they are referred to as reactive oxygen species (ROS). Unpaired electrons are more reactive than their corresponding non-radical forms.

Excess quantities of ROS creates oxidative stress which results in membrane lipid peroxidation in sperm (or any cell), fragmented DNA and possible cell death (apoptosis) which decreases the viability of sperm and sperm motility. Lycopene neutralizes oxidative stress that would otherwise damage membranes, proteins, and DNA of spermatozoa.

Lycopene has 11 conjugated double bonds meaning it can donate a number of electrons to free radicals and neutralize them preventing a chain reaction. It is more effective than beta-carotene and vitamin E. Lycopene is fat-soluble so it tends to accumulate in cell membranes and lipoproteins where it is most effective.

Researches:

A study in 2002 treated 30 infertile men with 2000 mcg of lycopene two times daily for 3 months. At the end of 3 months, a semen analysis was done for sperm concentration, structure, and motility. 66% (20 patients) had improved the concentration of sperm, 55% (16 patients) had improved sperm motility and 46% (14 patients) had improved sperm structure.

They concluded that lycopene treatment appears to have a role in supporting male fertility in infertile males with a maximum effect in sperm concentration. Lycopene is known to be an important component of ROS defense mechanisms and is in high levels in seminal plasma and the testes.

3 more related studies and its benefits
Fertient™ Men - Maca

Maca Extract 4:1 100mg 

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Usage & Benefits:

Maca contains natural antioxidants that promote other antioxidants in the body such as superoxide dismutase and glutathione which reduces oxidative stress. It is native to the Andes and has been used for 100’s of years to boosts energy levels, enhance libido and endurance.

It’s also known to balance out hormones. Maca is similar to Ginseng in that it has adaptogenic properties that help you cope with stress whatever that stress may be. Studies suggest that it increase sperm count and motility.

Researches:

A study done in 2015 treated 20 fertile male volunteers with 1.75 gm of Maca daily for 12 weeks. They used negative controls of semen for comparison to determine semen parameters at 6 and 12 weeks. Blood from negative controls was also compared to the Maca group at the end of the trial (12 weeks). At 12 weeks, the Maca group demonstrated elevated levels of sperm and enhanced motility.

They concluded that Maca contains molecules that enhance semen quality.

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Fertient Men - Selenium

Selenium 60mcg (as Amino Acid Chelate) 

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Usage & Benefits:

Selenium has anti-oxidant activity aiding in eliminating oxidative stress which protects cells and cell membranes. A selenium deficiency is known to be involved with male infertility. It is involved with the production of sperm cells (spermatogenesis).

A lack of selenium in testicular tissue brings about the degeneration of sperm which ends in impairment of sperm motility. The major selenoprotein expressed in spermatozoa in the testes is known as phospholipid glutathione hydroperoxides (PHGPx) which has multiple functions with sperm quality and fertility. Selenium is a cofactor to this enzyme meaning it activates it.

Researches:

A study in 2018 treated 12 men who were infertile with selenium orally (50mcg) daily for 3 months. They analyzed seminal plasma, serum, and semen for selenium, magnesium, zinc, FSH (follicle-stimulating hormone), LH (luteinizing hormone), testosterone, malondialdehyde (MDA) and glutathione.

They found an increase in sperm count, normal structure, viability, motility and volume of ejaculate. They also found elevated levels in magnesium, serum LH and FSH, serum testosterone and serum glutathione. Levels of malondialdehyde were decreased. This study supports other research that the effect of selenium improves semen quality.

They concluded that Selenium can be administered as a single therapy of infertility in males. They go on to say that spermatozoa are constantly fighting an oxygen paradox meaning that cells require oxygen to survive and yet at the same time oxygen can be an enemy. And, free radical damage to sperm contributes to pathology in 30-80% of infertile cases.

2 more related studies and its benefits
Fertient™ Men - Zinc

Zinc 30mg (as Zinc Oxide) 

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Zinc is important for sperm germination, sperm quality, and fertilization. It carries antioxidant properties that decrease reactive oxygen species to prevent sperm membrane and intracellular damage. It’s important for balancing hormones such as testosterone important for sperm maturation.

It also has antibacterial properties that keep the male urinary system healthy. Zinc is essential for keeping the lining of the reproductive organs healthy and is involved with capacitation (sperm is now capable of fertilizing an egg) and acrosome reaction (fusion with the oocyte membrane). Zinc deficiencies impair spermatogenesis.

Researches:

A Study in 2009 assessed the relationship between zinc concentration in seminal plasma and the quality of sperm in infertile and fertile males. Semen samples of 35 infertile males (15 smokers, 21 nonsmokers) and 36 fertile males (17 smokers, 19 nonsmokers) were collected.

Semen was analyzed for zinc, magnesium, calcium, sodium, and potassium. Fertile males whether smokers or not had higher seminal levels of zinc than infertile males. Additionally, infertile smokers as compared to smokers had even lower zinc levels. A lower level of zinc in infertile males corresponded with lower sperm count and abnormal structure.

They concluded that zinc is an important factor for sperm quality and fertility.

3 more related studies and its benefits
Fertient™ Men - Folic Acid

Folic Acid 800mcg 

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Usage & Benefits:

An important molecule for protecting cells from oxidative stress during sperm production is Homocysteine. Homocysteine’s production in the body is dependent on the availability of B vitamins and in particular folic acid (also known as B9).

Usually, free radicals and antioxidants balance each other out in the male reproductive system but during sperm generation, the mitochondria produce excess free radicals. At that time, an overproduction of free radicals is produced in semen and this has been demonstrated to increase sperm DNA fragmentation.

Researches:

In a 1993 study, a group of 65 infertile male were given folic acid (15 mg/daily) which is the metabolic active form of folate for 3 months. The researchers found that there was an improvement in the number of spermatozoa by 53% and a doubling in the proportion of sperm that was motile.

2 more related studies and its benefits
Fertient™ Men - Vitamin A

Vitamin A 5000IU (as Beta-Carotene)

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Usage & Benefits:

Vitamin A (Beta carotene) is a powerful antioxidant that is converted into vitamin A in the body. This occurs when liver levels of vitamin A are low. It neutralizes free radicals preventing oxidative damage to cells. It is fat-soluble so it protects cell membranes and lipoproteins.

It is known for its ability to enhance sperm motility. This allows mitochondria inside the cell to function more efficiently to produce ATP from glucose. It also protects DNA from oxidative damage preventing fragmentation.

Researches:

A study in 2015, 62 infertile males and 71 fertile males were assayed for lycopene, retinol and beta carotene to determine how these antioxidants affect the DNA of sperm and lipid oxidation.

Semen and blood were collected from both groups. The DNA damage was assessed and malondialdehyde (MDA), retinol and carotenoids in blood were measured. They found that sperm DNA fragmentation was higher amongst infertile men as compared to fertile men. Lycopene, beta-carotene and vitamin A (retinol) in serum were much lower in infertile men than fertile. MDA in serum was not different between these two groups.

However, seminal plasma MDA was higher in infertile males and not fertile males. They concluded that beta carotene, lycopene, and retinol can protect DNA from fragmentation in sperm and fat oxidation due to their antioxidant properties. They suggest that this analysis can help diagnose and treat infertile males.

2 more related studies and its benefits
Fertient™ Men - Vitamin B12

Vitamin B12 3mcg (as Cynocobalamin)

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Vitamin B12 (cobalamin) is believed to improve semen quality and physiology. Semen quality is increased due to an increase in sperm count, sperm motility and a reduction in DNA fragmentation. This comes about due to improved reproductive function, a decrease in homocysteine toxicity, a decrease in oxidative stress, a decrease in nitric oxide production, decreased energy generated by spermatozoa and a decrease in inflammation in semen.

The idea is that high levels of B12 increase metabolism and provides more substances to make sperm. Another idea is that an increase in red blood cells provides more oxygen which improves overall fertility.

Researches:

In 2004, a study was conducted on 73 men who had vitamin B deficiencies and hyperhomocysteinemia (high homocysteine levels in the blood) which is believed to affect spermatogenesis negatively.

The investigators measured folate, cobalamin, pyridoxine and homocysteine levels in seminal fluid and blood and the associations between them as well as semen parameters.

These men were participating in an in vitro fertilization or intracytoplasmic sperm injection program. Semen analysis involved sperm concentration, motility, and structure. Cobalamin levels in seminal plasma and serum were significantly correlated. Importantly, Cobalamin levels in seminal plasma were correlated with the concentration of sperm. More sperm because there was more B12 present.

They conclude that B12 and folate are transferred from the blood to the reproductive organs and provide an important role for spermatogenesis.

2 more related studies and its benefits
Fertient™ Men - Vitamin C

Vitamin C 100mg (as Ascorbic Acid)

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Usage & Benefits:

Vitamin C is a powerful water-soluble antioxidant that helps to protect all cells from oxidative stress. It is known that vitamin C can improve sperm concentration, motility while decreasing the number of abnormal/deformed sperm cells. This is due to its scavenging of reactive oxygen species (ROS) which damage sperm cell membranes and sperm cells internally.

Researches:

A study in 2009 measured seminal plasma of 100 infertile men for malondialdehyde (MDA) and vitamin C (ascorbic acid).The MDA levels were elevated meaning they had low sperm counts, decreased motility and abnormal sperm structure which supports other research.

Vitamin C levels were found to be higher in fertile men than in infertile men. Fertile men had a greater sperm concentration, more motility, and a healthy structure. MDA is a reactive, mutagen product of lipid metabolism (peroxidation) in seminal plasma.

These peroxides have been demonstrated to alter sperm cells abnormally and are involved with male infertility. Vitamin C neutralizes MDA peroxidation. By doing so, vitamin C can increase sperm count, motility and maintain a healthy structure.

3 more related studies and its benefits
Fertient™ Men - Vitamin E

Vitamin E 100mg (as dl-Alpha Tocopheryl Acetate 50%)

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Usage & Benefits:

Vitamin E (dl-Alpha Tocopheryl Acetate 50%) is a powerful antioxidant that is fat-soluble and it has amphipathic properties due to its hydroxyl group (meaning it is partially soluble in water as well). This vitamin is able to interact with lipoproteins and cell membranes including sperm cell membranes. It is a minor membrane component of most cells.

There, vitamin E helps to protect fats in the membrane from free radicals damage. As vitamin E protects sperm membranes from reactive oxygen species, it protects sperm DNA from fragmentation because of the decrease in free radicals.

Researches:

A study was done in 2005 on 64 infertile males to determine if fragmented DNA in their sperm could be reduced by administering oral vitamin E and vitamin C.

The 64 men were randomized into two groups: one group taking the vitamins and the other group a placebo. The vitamin group received 1 gm of vitamin E and 1 gm of vitamin C each day for two months. They assayed for DNA fragmentation before and after vitamin administration.

They found no difference in basic sperm parameters between the experimental group and the placebo group before or after therapy. They did find a decrease in DNA fragmentation in the experimental group after vitamin E and vitamin C administration. No differences were observed in the placebo group.

They conclude that DNA fragmentation can be treated with oral administration of antioxidants such as vitamins C and E.

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Supplement Facts

Fertient Men Supplement Facts

Suggested Usage

Take two capsules once daily, with or after a meal and with plenty of water. Do not exceed the recommended dose, or as directed by a healthcare professional.

Precautions

As a dietary supplement for adults only, do not use for any other purpose. If you are taking any other medication, you should consult your physician before use. Fertient Men is not a complete food; It cannot replace a balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle.

Storage Condition

Store in a cool, dry place, protected from sunlight. Keep out of the reach of children.

**These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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  • Advanced formula with 14 scientifically-backed ingredients
  • Ingredients backed by the results of >50 scientific papers
  • Trusted by aspiring father-to-be worldwide
  • Made in USA. Free shipping worldwide
  • Safe & Secure Checkout via SSL
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