Menevit is a male fertility supplement that is specifically formulated to help promote sperm health.
Male Fertility Supplement
Planning to start or extend your family is an exciting time.
Women are well aware of the importance of lifestyle changes, pre-conception and pregnancy supplements. Men can also take positive steps to support conception by adopting a healthier lifestyle, and in particular being aware of sperm health. Menevit is a unique combination of antioxidants specifically formulated to maintain sperm health for couples planning pregnancy.
Factors influencing sperm health
- Many things can affect sperm defenses, DNA integrity and reduce the ability to swim.
- Sperm health may be affected by an unhealthy lifestyle (eg. poor diet, drinking too much alcohol, smoking, stress). Other contributing causes can include environmental factors (eg. pollution, pesticides), diseases and ill health.
Why men choose Menevit during pre-conception, to promote sperm health?
Menevit is from the makers of Elevit, Australia’s No.1 pregnancy multivitamin*.
Menevit supports sperm health for men, who are an equal partner in the baby making equation
Sperm health is important as it has a very demanding role to play in fertilisation. The journey sperm undertake on their way to fertilise an egg has been likened to a human trying to swim a journey of several thousand kilometres.
Key ingredients in Menevit:
Menevit contains a unique combination of antioxidants that include:
- Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C) 100 mg
- Zinc 25 mg
- d-alpha-tocopherol (vitamin E) 400 IU
- Folic acid 500 mcg
- Lycopene 6 mg
- Garlic oil (equiv, allium sativum bulb fresh 1g) 333 mcg
- Selenium 26 mcg
The antioxidants in Menevit have been independently associated with improved sperm health, including protection against DNA damage14,15.
- Men – Take 1 capsule daily with food.
- Since sperm production cycles take 74-78 days, Menevit should ideally be taken from 3 months before couples start trying for pregnancy.
- Men should continue taking Menevit whilst actively trying for pregnancy or as directed by their healthcare professional.