Men's Health
Health Goal

Men's Health

A man’s health is the result of various habits throughout his life, such as diet, exercise, vaccinations, routine exams, and family history. Male health has biological differences from female health, such as: hormone levels, sexual life and libido, and the cognitive system. Keeping your body healthy requires discipline and attention to monitoring, because these differences require specific care and solutions for a balanced body. Nutraceuticals can help all areas of man’s health to function in harmony, from the extraction of vitamins, minerals, and other substances from nature’s plants, fruits, and herbs, they boost the good performance of every part of the body.

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Men’s Health and their sub-outcomes

Male health includes erection, sperm quality, and testosterone. These sub-areas affect the hormonal life and, consequently, the sex life of many who wish to have children or just improve their performance. Supplementation can help you in these aspects, bringing natural benefits from each nutraceutical to take care of your health.
  • Men’s Health and Erections

    When the penis becomes rigid - erect. Erections dysfunctioning may have different causes and some nutraceuticals can help by increasing blod flow, regulate a hormonal deficiency or even a nutrient deficiency.
  • Men’s Health and Sperm Quality

    The quality of the sperm is directly related to the strength that the sperm possesses. This property of the male gamete is influenced by diet and can change with nutritional levels.Male infertility is - for the most part - caused by problems in the concentration, strength of movement, and structure of the sperm. There are several vitamins that help the quality of the sperm and thus increase the chances of fecundation; due to the difficulty of ingesting all of them daily, supplementation is a good option.
  • Men’s Health and Testosterone

    Testosterone is the main male sex hormone. It is responsible for regulating fertility, muscle mass, fat distribution and the production of red blood cells. Women's ovaries also produce testosterone, although in much smaller quantities.