Will Zita West tablets, for men help improve sperm count and motility ?

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 Here is a question that we received this week regarding male fertility:

Hi, Will Zita West tablets, for men help improve sperm count, and motility?? As my husband has a low sperm count, and poor motility sperm. Many thanks. Look froward, to hearing from you soon.

Here is our answer:

Vitamen is a multivitamin & mineral supplement designed to support male reproductive health. Deficiencies in vitamins & trace elements have been shown to be detrimental to sperm production & sperm health

Here is the information for Vitamen from the manufacturer below in bold & I have put links to some blog articles we have written on improving male fertility which you may find helpful:

Nutrition for conception

Healthy parents tend to produce healthy babies. And healthy babies, in general, grow into healthy children and adults. Much emphasis is given to the importance of a woman’s health and nutritional status before and during pregnancy. But her male partner plays an equally crucial role at conception.

The creation of a healthy baby requires not just a healthy egg but a good supply of properly formed mobile sperm as well.Over the past few years we have seen an increase in the number of men with low sperm counts.

Recent research suggests that of the one in four couples who take longer than the average to conceive, the cause, in around one-third of cases, lies with the male partner.

Other research has indicated that up to eighty percent of birth defects are caused by defective male sperm. And it is now known that the cause of a Down’s syndrome baby may also lie with either the mother or the father.But don’t worry – there is a lot that can be done simply by making changes in nutrition and lifestyle.

Poor sperm health, whether it be a low count, poor motility or malformations, can generally be improved by optimising the father’s overall health and nutritional status. But it is sensible to start this process as soon as possible.

Sperm take ten weeks to develop sufficiently to leave the body, so planning for a pregnancy should start at least four months before conception takes place. That means giving up smoking, alcohol and social/recreational drugs, checking for genito-urinary infections, avoiding hot baths and tight clothing, eating healthily and taking supplementation, when necessary, to help redress nutritional imbalances.

Vitamen is a high quality supplement specially formulated for men. But remember, it is no good taking vitamins if you are not getting the rest of the basics right. Drinking plenty of water is one of them – at least 2 litres a day. Water is a large component of sperm, so a good, regular supply is vital in the process of production.

Vitamen is a premium multivitamin and multi-mineral supplement. It contains essential nutrients that contribute to a healthy conception and, in particular, the production of healthy sperm.

It may also be worth reading these blog articles on improving male fertility:

Please do not hesitate to contact us if we can be of further assistence 

Kind Regards

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Vitamen fertility supplement for men from Zita West

What is Vitamen ?

Vitamen is a premium vitamin & mineral supplement for men designed by Zita West (renowned London based fertility guru) for fertility & preconception

Vitamen is a fantastic vitamin & mineral supplement specially formulated just for men. . Zita West has spent a great deal of time researching what really makes a difference to sperm health and Vitamen supplement is the result of all her hard work.

90 capsules – 1 month’s supply

Vitamen is suitable for vegetarians

How do I take Vitamen ?

Vitamen from Zita West is specially formulated for men, to be taken in an easy capsule form, three times a day, with or after food

What does Vitamen contain ?

Vitamen from Zita West is a premium multivitamin and multi-mineral supplement. It contains essential nutrients needed to prepare for conception and produce healthy sperm.

Vitamen is free from artificial colours, preservatives, gluten and is certified non-GM.

How long should Vitamen be taken for ?

Vitamen should ideally be taken for at least 3 months prior to conception.

Three capsules a day typically provide:

Vitamen – Ingredients and their benefits to male fertility:

Arginine – an amino acid vital for sperm health
Ginseng – an all-round general tonic
Lysine – an amino acid essential for sperm health
Selenium – contributes to sperm health. Research suggests a possible link between low levels of selenium in older parents and babies with Downs Syndrome.
Vitamin B12 – helps to maintain a high sperm count
Vitamin C – increases sperm count and motility and decreases the risk of sperm damage. Helps to remove lead from the body. Particularly important if the diet is low in fresh fruit and vegetables.
Vitamin E –important anti-oxidant. Deficiency can cause damage to reproductive tissues.
Zinc – needed to make the outer layer and tail of the sperm. Zinc is lost with each ejaculation, so an active sex life and a low zinc diet places a man at risk. Deficiency can cause impotence, infertility, and a low sperm count.Source Ingredients:Vitamin C (as Ascorbic Acid), L-Arginine Hydrochloride, Hydroxypropyl Methyl Cellulose, Magnesium Oxide,  L-Lysine Hydrochloride, Modified Corn Starch 1, Korean Ginseng (Panax Ginseng), L-Carnitine-L-Tartrate, Vitamin E (D-Alpha Tocopheryl Acetate 2), Taurine, Soya Oil 2, Silica, Zinc Citrate, Sunflower Oil, Vegetable Magnesium Stearate, Niacin (Nicotinamide), Water, Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine Hydrochloride), Lycopene, Colour: Titanium Dioxide, Coenzyme Q10, Folic Acid, Sodium Selenite, Vitamin B12 (Cyanocobalamin) Allergen Information: – 1 From Corn 2 From Soya

Vitamen Allergen Information

Derived from Corn: Modified corn starch
Derived from Soya: Vitamin E (D-Alpha Tocopheryl Acetate); Soya Oil

Will Zita West Vitamen improve sperm count ?

Research has shown that the vitamins and minerals used in Zita West Vitamen help with sperm health. Sperm health includes mobility, motility, formation, and sperm count.

All Zita West nutritional products have been approved by the HFMA (Health Food Manufacturers’ Association) and have been formulated in accordance with Department of Health guidelines.

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Zita West Products-what is NEW Vitafem ?

Who can take Vitafem ?

Vitafem preconceptual  supplement from Zita West is a simple and effective way for women trying to conceive to ensure that they are getting the essential nutrients that they need while preparing for a pregnancy.

 Vitafem is suitable for vegetarians 

What is Vitafem ?

Vitafem is a vitamin and mineral supplement specially developed by Zita West to help support fertility, redress nutritional imbalances and prepare the body for conception.

How do I take Vitafem ?

Take one capsule three times a day with food. 

Each bottle of Vitafem contains 90 capsules which equals 1 months supply

What does Zita West Vitafem contain ? 

Vitafem is a premium multi-vitamin and multi-mineral supplement. Vitafem’s new formulation contains 400ug of Folic Acid, an increased level of Co Q10 (for increased energy and support for cell division) plus a much wider range of valuable anti-oxidants (to help support hormonal balance) including seven new fruit extracts.

NEW Zita West Vitafem is free from any artificial colours, preservatives and gluten and is certified non-GM.

Contains yeast.

Click here for more info or to buy Zita West Vitafem

Zita West Pregnancy Plan Vitamin & Mineral Supplement

Ideal for preconception, pregnancy & breastfeeding.

Newly formulated high quality one-a-day multi-stage multivitamin from fertility guru Zita West.

Contains 24 important vitamins and minerals, including anti-oxidants for healthy cellular growth, B vitamins for hormonal health, plus Folic Acid, Beta-carotene, Iron, Magnesium and Zinc.

Suitable for vegetarians

Eack pack contains 30 tablets

Click here for more info or to buy Zita West Pregnancy Plan Fertility and Pregnancy Supplement

What can you do to improve your sperm count ?

What can you do to help improve things if you have a low sperm count ?
-Eat a healthy, balanced diet.
-Take regular exercise.
-Try to maintain your weight in the ideal range.
-Don’t smoke.
-Keep alcohol consumption within recommended limits.
-Don’t use recreational drugs.
-Try to reduce stress.
Two other actions have been suggested that may help
Avoid tight underwear or wear boxer shorts
Cold showers or scrotal soaks – while these might take the mind off fertility concerns for a few moments, there is no evidence of their effectiveness.

You may also consider taking a dietry supplement

Click here to see a range of supplements suitable for men trying to conceive

Sanatogen Pronatal Plus contains Omega 3-what is it ?

What is Sanatogen Pronatal Plus ?

Sanatogen Pronatal Plus is manufactured by Bayer healthcare and is a welcome addition to the Sanatogen Pronatal range of fertility & pregnancy supplements.

Sanatogen Pronatal Plus is Sanatogen Pronatal plus Omega 3

Sanatogen ProNatal Plus Omega-3 combines a scientifically proven multivitamin and mineral supplement with folic acid and Omega-3 fish oil capsules to help support your baby’s brain and eye development.

Taken daily, Sanatogen ProNatal Plus Omega-3 provides folic acid, Omega-3 and other essential vitamins and minerals to meet the special nutritional needs of women before, during and after pregnancy.

Each pack contains 60 tabs, 30 pronatal tabs plus 30 omega 3 tabs

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New Fertility Supplement from Sanatogen-Sanatogen Pro-Natal His and Hers

Sanatagen have launched a new fertility supplement for men and women. The new supplement offers excellent value for money for couples trying to conceive.

The new fertility supplement is called Sanatogen Pro-Natal His and Hers

Sanatogen ProNatal® His & Hers helps to ensure you are both getting the essential nutrients you may need whilst trying for a baby.

For Her: A scientifically proven multivitamin with folic acid 30 tablets

For Him: A specifically designed supplement with key nutrients such as Zinc, to help maintain a healthy reproductive system 30 tablets

It’s not always easy to get all the right vitamins and minerals through diet alone whilst trying to conceive, so why not try a ProNatal supplement. Knowing which supplement and multivitamin to take before, during and after pregnancy can be confusing. Try taking an all in one combined supplement tailor made for men and women such as Sanatogen ProNatal His & Hers.

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Zita West Fertility Supplements-new range launched

Great News

Zita West the London based fertility guru has launched a new range of nutritional fertility supplements comprising Pregnancy Plan and Vital DHA. The new range of fertility supplements are far more affordable than previous ranges, while still providing the important minerals and vitamins associated with reproductive health.

Watch this space for more info on the new ranges of fertility supplements from Zita West

Australian fertility expert says a small dose of daily sunshine could help men with fertility problems

Just read this article online and thought it was very interesting. Seemed surprising to me that Australian men do not get enough vitamin d with that lovely sunny climate.

May be something for couples having difficulty conceiving to consider. And look on the bright side (no pun intended) getting out in the sunshine for 10 minutes a day is good for us in lots of ways, improved mood, exercise, reducing risk of SAD (seasonal affective disorder), stronger bones-the list could go on and on. At this time of year it is lovely to go for a walk in the sunshine or get out in the garden-the autumn colours are fantastic.

Here is an extract from the article

Couples struggling to conceive should consider getting out more, research suggests.

A study found almost a third of men experiencing fertility problems have low levels of vitamin D, the ‘sunshine vitamin’.

Just spending ten minutes outside in their shirt sleeves would be enough of a boost, according to Anne Clark, the medical director of an Australian fertility centre.

Previous studies have shown vitamin D, produced from natural light and found in oily fish and eggs, is important for a healthy pregnancy.

But the latest findings show a deficiency may also affect sperm.

‘The results show lifestyle changes can be beneficial,’ Dr Clark told the Fertility Society of Australia, in Brisbane.

The vitamin D deficiency could have been caused by worries about skin cancer and by men trying to avoid too much exposure to sunshine, Dr Clark

Other basic lifestyle changes such as giving up smoking, losing weight, and reducing caffeine and alcohol intake, would also help. 

In her group, 105 men agreed to the changes, and to take multivitamins and antioxidants for two to three months.

Afterwards, tests revealed ‘an improvement in the shape of the sperm, which can enhance conception,’ said Dr Clark.

Click here to read the full article

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Exercise for women-combatting osteoporosis

I have decided it is time I started looking after my bones. I have been exercising for years but not with any great emphasis on bone strength. I have concentrated on general fitness and cardiovascular fitness. I do a little exercise with weights-more to tone my arms than anything. I have always resisted jogging.

Recently I have been getting a lot of general aches and pains so thought it was a good time to review my exercise regime, and maybe start thinking about my bones and joints.

While researching I read a really interesting article about which exercises are most benficial for our bones. I have always known that weight training is good for bone strength, but have often thought I could neglect it in favour of fat burning exercise. I had not realised how important high impact exercise such as jogging was for the bones until I read this article-I may have to rethink on the jogging-just got to get a really good sports bra first !

I have just started taking a vitamin and mineral supplement, as  I have been trying to lose some weight.

Click here to see a range of vitamin and mineral supplements suitable for when trying to conceive or pregnancy

I think I may give jogging a go and start using that gym membership I am paying for-twice weekly seems to be the recomended level for my age. Just another really good related article by same author on exerciseing do’s and dont’s for pregnant women. Think this may need to be a topic for another blog post.