“Every man should build a house, plant a tree, and have a child,” says a popular proverb. The first two points on the “to-do list” are relatively easy to achieve. The third one, fathering a child, will remain a yearning for an increasing number of men …”
Worldwide, fewer and fewer children are born each year for a plethora of reasons. More and more people, for instance, are deciding to have children later in life compared to previous generations. Atop this, with age, of course, comes the natural decline of biological rhythms. Without proper, consistent and sufficient nutrition to keep those rhythms going, that natural decline becomes even steeper, and the path to parenthood becomes even harder to navigate, even for men:
Even in younger, otherwise perfectly healthy men, sometimes it really all boils down to insufficient or inconsistent nutrition, when and where it counts.
Optimal fertility depends on optimal nutrition to ensure healthy, mature, functional sperm at the time of female ovulation. Couples should keep in mind that male and female reproductive systems have to work together to result in a pregnancy. Minor nutritional imbalances on one side can be compensated usually by the system of the other partner. However, optimal fertility can only be achieved when both partners are healthy and nutritionally optimizing their regular physiological functions with exercise and proper supplementation. Therefore, analyzing the nutritional status of both is crucial at this stage. Optimizing every factor, including nutrition, is especially import for older couples as fertility declines with age, for both men and women.
PROfertil® is comprised of the specific and individual substances scientifically proven to be necessary for healthy sperm-cell production; but furthermore, PROfertil®’s unique and specific formulation of these substances has been shown to be highly synergistically-compatible with the body. It is this unmatched synergistic compatibility that patent-protects PROfertil® as a top nutritional supplement for men actively trying to father a child.1) Imhof M., Matthai C., Huber J.C. Einsatz von Profertil® zur Therapie des „male factors“ und Verbesserung des Spermiogramms; Gyn-Aktiv 2007;2:68.