It takes 2 to start a family....Close to 10 percent of all couples experience infertility at some point, with male infertility contributing to half of all couple’s fertility problems.
Without us even knowing it, our lifestyle can affect male fertility, here's how:
Stress - It lowers testosterone
Alcohol - It can destroy the hormones that help restore testosterone
Vitamins - Fertility boosters are: Vitamin C, E and Zinc, make sure you take them everyday
Exercise - Regular exercise can increase sperm count
Smoking - Causes less sperm and weak sperm
Vegetables - Eat plenty of greens, try to maintain a healthy weight, being overweight kills fertility
Sleep - Getting enough sleep will boost your testosterone
Today everyone has a hectic lifestyle and the tricky part is to maintain a healthy lifestyle, and that is where Prelox comes in. Lamelle Research Laboratories
have launched a male fertility product containing what is considered the most valuable and effective fertility booster in the world.
Prelox Fertility has been developed using a unique patented combination of Pycnogenol and L-arginine aspartate. No side effects have been reported in any published Prelox® studies to date. Pycnogenol is neither teratogenic nor mutagenic.
The multiple benefits of Prelox® include:
- Increase in the anti oxidative capacity of plasma.
- Stimulates the activity of e-NOS (endothelial nitric oxide synthetase).
- In combination with L-Arginine (Prelox®) increases e-NOS in spermatozoa.
- An increase in spermatozoa NO (Nitric Oxide) increases sperm motility and human sperm capacitance.
Taking two Prelox®capsules daily has a significant effect on overall sperm health. Results can be seen within one month.
• Increase in semen volume
• Increase in spermatozoa concentration
• Increase in percentage of motile spermatozoa
• Increase in percentage of spermatozoa with normal morphology
: R495 (including VAT) available at pharmacies nationwide, to find out more visit www.2tostartafamily.co.za
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Lamelle Research Laboratories
We are almost in the middle of May, and winter is poking its head out, slowly! It is still dark at 5:30am, it is cold, and admit it, we are all lazy to get out of bed. The weather can really screw up your weight.
Continue reading "Winter Exercise"
Of all the 21st century health complaints, lack of sleep is perhaps the most common; according to the Sleep Council, only one in 10 of us say we always sleep well, while one in five suffer from lack of sleep and two thirds say they get less sleep now than they did in years gone by. Continue reading "Simple ways to get more sleep"
You may have heard that a glass of red wine at night might actually be good for you. Well research has shown that the key healthy ingredient may actually protect against the effects of sedentary lifestyles - good news for those of us who spend the day in front of a computer.
"As strange as it sounds, a new research study published in the FASEB Journal, suggests that the "healthy" ingredient in red wine, resveratrol, may prevent the negative effects that spaceflight and sedentary lifestyles have on people. The report describes experiments in rats that simulated the weightlessness of spaceflight, during which the group fed resveratrol did not develop insulin resistance or a loss of bone mineral density, as did those who were not fed resveratrol."
A moderate intake of red wine can actually help you (but , of course, it doesn't replace exercise and healthy eating).
I've recently found myself checking the following websites an unhealthy amount.
Every time you open a new tab to check out one of the following websites, stop. Get up from your computer and do the exercise associated with the site you were going to visit. After you complete the exercise, you can reward yourself by going to the website.
1. I already have a girlfriend and/or boyfriend, why would I bother working out?
Endorphins! They're like free drugs.
2. Can I do this at work?
3. Can I substitute different websites?
Studies have proven that liquid cleanses, like the juice cleanse, the infamous master cleanse, and even the water with lemon cleanse, are more harmful to the body than beneficial. Probably because girls tend to do them for weeks, even months at a time, to lose weight.
We forget that the purpose of a cleanse is to help rid the body of toxins from processed foods and from our environment, not to become anorexic for a week.
Every day our body is exposed to chemicals from car exhaust, pollution, and the very lotion we apply to our skin. We breathe in harmful particles floating in the air. We eat fruit that has been soaked in pesticides and meat that has been injected with antibiotics.
Continue reading "Body Blog: The Healthy Way to Detox"