Zinc Plus

Zinc is an essential mineral found in high amounts in animal foods, such as meat, fish, eggs, and shellfish.

Getting enough zinc is one of the cornerstones of male fertility.

Observational studies show that low zinc status or deficiency is associated with low testosterone levels, poor sperm quality, and an increased risk of male infertility Also, taking zinc supplements increases testosterone levels and sperm count in those who are low in zinc, Furthermore, zinc supplements may reduce the decreased testosterone levels that are associated with excessive amounts of high-intensity exercise.

 

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inositol acts as second messenger which regulates several hormones such as follicle stimulating hormone (FSH), thyroid-stimulating hormone, and insulin. The male reproductive tract has high concentrations of myo-inositol.

this new review evaluated several human clinical studies using inositol supplementation in patients with seminal abnormalities, idiopathic infertility, metabolic syndrome, and in healthy men. Patients who were administered inositol demonstrated significant improvements in sperm quality, including increases in sperm concentration, count, and motility. Also, decreases were seen in DNA fragmentation (which measures the amount of damaged DNA in sperm). In one randomized controlled trial, myo-inositol’s impact on sperm performance in IVF treatment was assessed. Results showed a higher fertilization rate and increased percentage of quality embryos at day three of the study. In addition, pregnancies occurred only in the myo-inositol group, demonstrating the effectiveness of the supplementation.

 

 

L-Carnitine (LC) and acetyl-L-carnitine (ALC) are highly concentrated in the epididymis and play a crucial role in sperm metabolism and maturation. They are related to sperm motility and have antioxidant properties. Mechanism of Action of L-arginine on the Vitality of Spermatozoa is Primarily Through Increased Biosynthesis of Nitric Oxide.

Its well known and established truth that l carnitine is important in all male fertility parameters.

 

Semen selenium concentrations were found to be significantly higher in the infertile men and a negative correlation was observed between semen selenium levels and sperm motility.

 

CoQ10

(one published in 2019Trusted Source and one in 2020Trusted Source) suggest that CoQ10 supplementation may improve sperm concentration and motility in men with infertility.

 

 

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