IVFbabble Africa has joined forces with Guardian Health to offer its male readers and followers its latest Brand, Fertility +
The Fertility Plus supplement contains a formulation called LactoLypocene, which was the subject of a clinical trial in 2019 led by world-renowned Professor of Andrology, Allan Pacey and Dr Elizabeth Williams, a leading specialist in human nutrition at the University of Sheffield.
The university has said lycopene can be found in some fruits and vegetables, but the main source in the diet is from tomatoes. Lycopene is a pigment that gives tomatoes their red colour, but dietary Lycopene is poorly absorbed by the human body, so the compound used for the trial was a commercially available formulation called LactoLycopene; designed by FutureYou Cambridge to improve bioavailability.
At the time, the University of Sheffield said the discovery could transform the outlook for men with fertility problems and lead to better ways to reduce the damaging impact of modern living on reproductive health.
Researchers have said about 40 to 50 percent of infertility is due to the man
The research team discovered it is possible to increase the proportion of healthy shaped sperm (sperm morphology) and boost ‘fast swimming’ sperm by over 40 percent.
Professor Pacey said: “We didn’t really expect that at the end of the study there would be any difference in the sperm from men who took the Fertility + versus those who took placebo. When we decoded the results, I nearly fell off my chair.
“The improvement in morphology – the size and shape of the sperm, was dramatic. We used a computer system to make these measurements, which takes a lot of the human error out of the results.
“This was the first properly designed and controlled study of the effect of LactoLycopene on semen quality, and it has spurred us to want to do more work with this molecule.”
Dr Williams agreed, saying: “We were surprised by the improvement in sperm quality shown by the results. This was a small study and we do need to repeat the work in bigger trials, but the results are very encouraging.”
Louis*, 40, is a senior sales manager for a central London hotel. He and his fiancée have been together for ten years and have been trying for a baby for the past two years
After taking morphology tests to determine the size and shape of his sperm, Louis discovered that none of his semen had normal morphology – experts advise that the ideal figure should be about four percent.
Louis decided to research morphology online and came across the study for LactoLycopene, run by world-leading fertility experts at the University of Sheffield. LactoLycopene is a patented ingredient in Fertility+, a tomato-based supplement that also includes zinc.
Louis said: “After my ‘normal forms’ (if you know, you know) count was zero measured on two separate occasions and also slightly low in concentration, I started taking Fertility+.
“After two months of taking the supplement my morphology was at 3.3 and after the third month, which is the ideal time you should take the supplement for, we are expecting.
“I want to spread the word about Fertility+ as it could make many other people very happy.”
If you would like the opportunity to try Fertility+ for free, all you have to do is click here to receive your free supplements
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