• Reproductive System Support

    The reproductive system is responsible for producing new life. Without the ability to reproduce, a species would die. This arguably makes the reproductive system the most important system of the body!

    Infertility, an inability to reproduce, can affect both men and women. Vitamins, minerals, and other nturients are essential to reproductive health, vital in the development of the reproductive system, and the endocrine system which regulates hormones.

    Zinc is essential to the development of reproductive organs, the regulation of male hormones, and deficiencies in zinc can contribute to infertility in males. Other nutrients that support fertility in males include selenium, CoQ10, vitamin E, folic acid, vitamin B12, vitamin C, and l-carnitine

    Folic acid can prevent serious birth defects and is needed before a woman even knows she is pregnant. Nutrients like vitamin D, vitamin E, CoQ10, vitamin C, folic acid, vitamin B6, lipoic acid, iron, selenium, omega-3 fatty acids, and vitamin B12 play a role in reproductive function in women. 

    Herbs and foods such as Maca, royal jelly, bee pollen, greens, and raspberry leaf are folk remedies that have been used to support reproductive health over the years.

    The reproductive system is responsible for producing new life. Without the ability to reproduce, a species would die. This arguably makes the reproductive system the most important system of the body! more >

  • Infertility, an inability to reproduce, can affect both men and women. Vitamins, minerals, and other nturients are essential to reproductive health, vital in the development of the reproductive system, and the endocrine system which regulates hormones.

    Zinc is essential to the development of reproductive organs, the regulation of male hormones, and deficiencies in zinc can contribute to infertility in males. Other nutrients that support fertility in males include selenium, CoQ10, vitamin E, folic acid, vitamin B12, vitamin C, and l-carnitine

    Folic acid can prevent serious birth defects and is needed before a woman even knows she is pregnant. Nutrients like vitamin D, vitamin E, CoQ10, vitamin C, folic acid, vitamin B6, lipoic acid, iron, selenium, omega-3 fatty acids, and vitamin B12 play a role in reproductive function in women. 

    Herbs and foods such as Maca, royal jelly, bee pollen, greens, and raspberry leaf are folk remedies that have been used to support reproductive health over the years.

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