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Vitality and Reproductive Support

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Boost your fertility journey with our all-in-one supplement for males. Packed with CoQ10, catalase, & NAC, it enhances sperm quality, motility, and fights oxidative stress.* Because the health of your sperm really does count.

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Help boost pregnancy potential.

Supports overall sperm health*

Formulated to replenish essential nutrient stores, mitigate oxidation, and assist in achieving balance within men's bodies for daily production of healthy sperm, all optimized to increase fertility chances.*

Aids in reversing oxidative damage to sperm*

Men's sperm counts are down over 50%, and this decline is only continuing to increase.* This daily supplement is designed with the antioxidants needed to support men's health and fertility needs.

Provides sperm cells with the fuel they need to function*

Vitality includes CoQ10 (Coenzyme Q10), NAC (N-Acetyl Cysteine), Trans-Resveratrol, and other antioxidants, providing your sperm cells with the necessary support for optimal performance.

High-quality, bioavailable ingredients; third-party tested

Take this daily supplement up to twelve months before you begin "trying" to build a foundation to support healthy sperm production.

Clinically-studied ingredients,
Mindfully formulated.

NAC

NAC supports natural glutathione (the body’s largest antioxidant) production, essential for sperm health.

CoQ10

CoQ10 promotes sperm motility by enhancing energy production and protecting against oxidative stress.

Selenium

Important for sperm function, selenium helps improve sperm shape and movement.

Vitamin E

Research shows that taking extra Vitamin E can support sperm motility.

Zinc

Recent studies indicate that maintaining a sufficient level of zinc may help restore impaired semen function.

L-glutamine

An essential amino acid found in the sperm membrane.

Vitamin D

Low vitamin D levels are associated with poor semen quality, leading to reduced sperm production and motility in men with infertility and vitamin D deficiency compared to those with normal vitamin D levels.

Vitamin C

Vitamin C, plentiful in the semen of fertile men, works like a superhero antioxidant, protecting sperm DNA from harm caused by troublemaking free radicals and ensuring healthy sperm.

Vitamin B12

Ample Vitamin B12 supplementation can help support sperm count, highlighting its essential role in male reproductive health.

NAC

NAC supports natural glutathione (the body’s largest antioxidant) production, essential for sperm health.

CoQ10

CoQ10 promotes sperm motility by enhancing energy production and protecting against oxidative stress.

Selenium

Important for sperm function, selenium helps improve sperm shape and movement.

Vitamin E

Research shows that taking extra Vitamin E can support sperm motility.

THREE REASONS WHY

Your sperm health matters.

01

Male sperm health accounts for a large piece of the infertility puzzle, with 25% of men struggling with conception.¹ This increase in infertility only continues to get bigger.

02

Sperm health is a significant focus of research, with many insights on how natural supplementation can be beneficial.

03

Help support your partner on the path to conception by doing the most essential thing you can: protecting the health of your sperm.

Build a brighter tomorrow.

CoQ10

A prospective study shows that supplementation oc CoQ10 or coenzyme Q10 resulted in a significant increase in sperm concentration, mobility, and antioxidant activity.²

² Alahmar, Ahmed T. Clinical and experimental reproductive medicine. (2019)

NAC

N-acetylcysteine is a naturally occurring compound. It is a reaction product of the amino acid L-cysteine and functions as a precursor of glutathione peroxidase.

Selenium

Selenium has been shown to be an essential trace element for testosterone biosynthesis and formation of sperm. Over 25 selenoproteins have been identified in humans. These selenoproteins contribute to the maintenance of normal sperm structure.³

³ Labunskyy VM, Hatfield DL, Gladyshev VN. Physiol Rev. (2014)

Vitamin E

It has been studied for its protective and beneficial effects on semen quality when paired with selenium, indicating its potential role in improving male reproductive health.⁴ ⁵

⁴ Moslemi, M.K.; Tavanbakhsh, S. Int. J. Gen. Med. (2011) ⁵ Keskes-Ammar et al., Arch Androl. (2003)

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