Kay Cox writes… Four couples have been chosen to try Androferti – which has been tested in clinical trials to show it can improve sperm quality – on the 2015 Fertility Journey. Each of them has had different degrees of…
It brought to a close an incredible year for Leah and her partner James, who were struggling with secondary infertility and looking to find an alternative to IVF by tapping into the skill, expertise and insight of Russell Davis, who has helped countless clients conquer psychological gremlins in order to conceive.
It’s been another busy couple of months for our Fertility Journeys project. You may have seen Leah Elliott and partner James Born – who together had a beautiful baby boy after working with cognitive hypnotherapist Russell Davis – across national…
Antioxidants are a range of food components (such as vitamins C and E) that can effectively neutralise the damaging effects of another class of molecules called free radicals. Free radicals are produced naturally by the body and are important in fighting infection, whilst also regulating cells that become too old. But in the male reproductive system they can also damage sperm and are thought to play a role in the infertility of some men.
Nutrition and supplements are widely used to try to improve sperm quality, mostly based on research into individual ingredients. The clinical studies showing Androferti’s benefits are based on its unique formulation of minerals, vitamins and antioxidants which takes account of how those ingredients react with each other within the body.