Female fertility is an extremely complicated system, in which there is the potential for failure at many different levels. Many of these disruptive factors can particularly affect the hormonal control loop. Additionally, there are the unpredictable effects of environmental factors such as stress, lifestyle choices (nicotine, alcohol, drugs) and environmental toxins, which can negatively impact fertility in both men and women.
As subfertility can have several causes, one should optimize the time before fertilization. You should create the necessary conditions to optimize all the parameters for a successful pregnancy at the moment of conception.
Selected micronutrients play an important role, since they can not only balance hormone levels, but can also mitigate the other causes of female subfertility.