Improve your chances of getting pregnant

Improve your chances of getting pregnant

Micronutrient (vitamins, minerals and trace elements) deficiencies are associated with significant reproductive risks, including male and female infertility, miscarriage and fetal structural defects. A wealth of evidence demonstrates that supplementation of micronutrients improves both female and male fertility, also during assisted reproduction (ovulation induction and in vitro fertilization). Taking natural supplements and improving maternal dietary status increases the rate of pregnancy.

A growing body of evidence is clearly establishing the relationship between adequate nutrition and healthy sperm parameters, placental development, fetal growth, pregnancy outcomes and other aspects of creating and nurturing life. This is particularly so with vitamin intake.

Antioxidants such as vitamins A, C and E, and zinc and selenium, are important in maintaining cellular oxidant–antioxidant balance, which is disturbed due to modern lifestyle. The role of reactive oxygen species in reduction of fertility, in both men and women, is also well established. The Fruitful supplement plan includes natural fertility supplements, for women and men that improve chances of getting pregnant.


Share this article





National, Regional, and Global Trends in Infertility Prevalence Since 1990: A Systematic Analysis of 277 Health Surveys

Male fertility, a critical review (Micronutrient Initiative. Investing in the future: A united call to action on vitamin and mineral deficiencies. Global Report 2009).

Iodine in pregnancy