Advanced Fertility Support is a delicious high protein shake scientifically formulated to support improved egg quality for women dealing with infertility. It is critically important to provide your eggs with the specific nutrients required to support implantation and embryo development.

Advanced Fertility Support contains a complete range of pre-natal vitamins and minerals (including active folate), myo-inositol, maca-root and potent anti-oxidants such as co-enzyme Q10 and alpha lipoic acid. All these active ingredients are including in therapeutic dosages and therefore only requires one serving per day. The main features of the ingredients are mentioned below:

Myo-inositol:

  • Plays an important role in cell signalling
  • Helps to restore ovulation
  • Improves egg quality
  • Especially helpful in PCOS and insulin resistance as well as non-PCOS patients

Co-enzyme Q10

  • Improves egg quality
  • Powerful antioxidant
  • Plays a crucial role in energy production inside the mitochondria

Alpha lipoic acid

  • Improves egg quality
  • Increase glutathione levels
  • Reduces inflammation and may even have a greater benefit for patients with endometriosis or recurrent miscarriages

Maca root

  • Helps to regulate cycles
  • Nourishes the endocrine system assist helps adrenal, thyroid and pituitary glands

Fertility optimized vitamins and minerals

  • 500 μg methylenetetrahydrofolate (MTHF)
  • 500 mg vitamin C
  • 200 μg vitamin E
  • 25 μg vitamin D
  • And more

It is free from artificial sweeteners, colourants and added sugars. The product can easily be mixed with water or added to a smoothie.

Advanced Fertility Support is indicated for women dealing with infertility such as unexplained infertility, polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), endometriosis and/or if undergoing assisted reproductive therapy (ART) such as IVF or IUI.

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