BATH 26 January 2012 – A new supplement that allows men to take an active role in increasing the chances of conceiving and beating infertility has been launched.
RaMenX has been specifically developed to help improve the quality and quantity of sperm. While a healthy lifestyle including good nutrition, exercise and mental wellbeing is also key RaMenX will ensure that men get the right balance of nutrients to maximise sperm health.
Over the last half century, male sperm count has decreased by up to 50% with one in 20 men having sub-normal sperm, and about 35% of infertility is male related. Male infertility is becoming a bigger problem for couples wanting to conceive.
The natural ingredients in RaMenX are all proven to optimise male reproductive health, improve sperm count and motility, and improve overall sperm health. Healthy sperm requires high levels of motile sperm of a normal morphology, within specific pH and fructose levels, and RaMenX combines the necessary nutrients into tablet form.
Sperm quality begins to decline around the age of 25, but regular exercise along with a nutritious diet rich in Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin D and Vitamin E can reduce this decline. Importantly, RaMenX contains 100% of the RDA of all these vitamins as well as Maca, which has long been shown to enhance strength, libido and fertility.
Dr Gedis Grudzinskas, a leading Harley Street fertility consultant says: “Though an under–researched and frequently misunderstood area, we know that male infertility is increasingly widespread. Often men feel left out of the process when it comes to finding a solution but RaMenX helps men take a bit more control when it comes to fertility. RaMenX is a credible fertility supplement that will increase the chances of conceiving.
“While women are born with all the eggs they will ever have, men produce sperm on a continual basis. And therefore, what a man does on a daily basis can affect the sperm maturation process. Biological and environmental factors can affect fertility but so can other things such as diet, exercise, weight and stress, alcohol, drugs and smoking.”
RaMenX has no adverse side effects and is available without prescription. RaMenX should be taken for at least three months as a sperm requires an average 90-day renewal cycle.
RaMenX is only available online and retails for £39.99 or a three month supply £89.97(incl. P&P). For more information visit: www.ramenx.com
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