We know struggling with male infertility can be stressful. It can put undue pressure on a relationship and kill our self-esteem. Even worse, doctors aren’t even able to identify the underlying cause for male infertility in 40%-50% of the cases they see. Talk about an expensive waste of time.
And that’s where Fertility Factor 5 comes in. Whether your infertility is related to low sperm count, poor sperm mobility, abnormal sperm morphology (shape), or a deficiency in essential nutrients, Fertility Factor 5 can help.
How Does Fertility Factor 5 Work?
Fertility Factor 5 is formulated with 5 potent ingredients that have been clinically proven to work individually and synergistically to improve male fertility. Increase sperm count, improve sperm shape and motility (movement), increase semen volume, and boost your libido, all with a once-daily supplement that actually works.
Is Fertility Factor 5 Safe?
Fertility Factor 5 is formulated with all-natural ingredients that are considered safe for long term use without any adverse side effects.
When formulating Fertility Factor 5, we scoured through 100s of clinical studies and 1000s of pages of peer-reviewed journals. Our goal was to find ingredients the scientific community has proven to reverse the symptoms of male infertility. Any ingredients considered for our Fertility Factor 5 formulation must be:
- Free from adverse side effects.
- Safe for long-term use.
- Extensively researched by the medical community.
- Clinically proven to help with male infertility.
Let’s take a look at the Fertility Factor 5 formula.
Tongkat Ali LJ100
Researchers have long known that Tongkat Ali, sometimes known as Eurycoma longifolia, is beneficial for male reproductive health. Scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) took it a step farther by developing and patenting a more potent strain of Tongkat Ali, called LJ100. Numerous clinical studies have proven that LJ100 can improve libido and overall sperm health.
Panax ginseng has been used in Asia for generations to improve male sexual health. Recently Western medicine has caught onto this potent herb. Recent clinical studies have shown that Panax ginseng supplementation can improve sexual health, sperm development, and boost libido.
Multiple clinical studies have shown a correlation between zinc deficiency and male infertility. Conversely, diets rich in zinc have been shown to boost healthy sperm and improve fertility in men. Zinc acts as a messenger for the male reproductive system, which is essential for sperm development and motility.
Numerous clinical studies have confirmed that there is a correlation between low levels of selenium and male infertility. In fact, 40% of all men suffering from male infertility show deficient levels of selenium. These studies have also concluded that supplementing with selenium could significantly improve male fertility.
BioPerine is a patented black pepper extract that has been clinically proven to improve the effectiveness of nutrients like zinc and selenium. It allows the body to absorb more of each nutrient, making them more effective at combatting male infertility.
Each ingredient that makes up Fertility Factor 5 has been thoroughly studied by the medical community, and each has been shown to:
- Improve Sperm Population (Count)
- Improve Sperm Morphology (Shape)
- Improve Sperm Motility (Movement)
- Improve Spermatogenesis (Development)
- Increase Semen Volume
Let’s take a look at a few of these clinical studies.
Tongkat Ali LJ100 Clinical Study
In one study, published in the peer-reviewed journal eCAM, 109 male participants were analyzed for the health of their semen. These participants were then split into two groups, with one group receiving 300mg of LJ100 and the other group receiving the same dosage of a placebo (sugar pill). This was a double-blind study, so neither group knew which they were given.
After 12-weeks, the participants were again given a semen analysis. The placebo group showed no improvements at all. The LJ100 group saw an incredible 44% increase in sperm motility (movement) and an increase of 18.2% in semen volume. Longer use of LJ100 would have shown even better results.
Panax Ginseng Clinical Study
In a study conducted by the prestigious University of Rome La Sapienza, sixty participants with known male fertility issues were given LJ100 to combat these issues. Each participant in the study showed an improvement in sperm development, as well as sperm movement.
Zinc Clinical Study
The Urology Department at a prestigious Chinese Medical School conducted a study on the effects of zinc on male infertility. In this study, 38 men suffering from male infertility were given a semen analysis. They were then given zinc supplements to determine its effect on sperm health.
At the conclusion of the study, another semen analysis was conducted. It showed that each participant in the study had an overall improvement in sperm health, most notably with sperm motility (movement). It was concluded that zinc is essential for semen health.
Selenium Clinical Study
In a study conducted by the Glasgow Royal Infirmary, sixty-nine patients at a male infertility clinic volunteered to test the effects of selenium on male infertility. Each of these men was considered infertile and suffering from poor sperm motility (movement).
Each participant was given a thorough semen analysis. Then they were split into three groups; one taking a placebo, one taking selenium, and the third taking a combination of selenium and Vitamins A, C, & E.
After three months, each participant was given a semen analysis again. The group taking the placebo showed no improvement in semen health. Every participant in the other two groups that were supplementing with selenium showed a significant improvement in sperm health, most notably in sperm motility (movement).
As an added bonus, 11% of the participants receiving selenium were able to successfully impregnate their partners during the study. Something they have been trying to do for years.
BioPerine Clinical Study
According to numerous clinical studies, BioPerine has been shown to increase the bioavailability of two compounds essential for semen health; zinc and selenium. BioPerine allows the body to absorb more zinc and selenium, which makes each of these compounds more effective at combatting male infertility.