CanPrev Prime Virility Fertility & Testosterone 150g
Everyone experiences free radicals in the body as a result of things like exercise and inflammation. But when free radicals outnumber antioxidants in the body, it can lead to oxidative stress. This imbalance can be a result of certain environmental and lifestyle factors including pollution, radiation, cigarette smoke, certain cleaners or pesticides, and a diet high in fat, sugar, and alcohol. Oxidative stress can go on to contribute to male infertility during the reproductive years. However, research suggests that certain key nutrients play a vital role in improving sperm count, quality, and overall motility.
Prime Virility is an advanced formula designed to promote healthy sperm motility and testosterone production, improve resistance to stress, and boost energy.
Formulated with ashwagandha and saffron, these unique stress-supporting herbs have shown a profound effect on testosterone levels. Plus, amino acid acetyl-L-carnitine and fat-soluble CoQ10 to aid mitochondrial function and support cellular health. With essential nutrients zinc, selenium, and vitamin D3 for added support.
Beyond sperm motility
But what if fertility isn’t a concern? Increasing testosterone supports sperm motility for healthy fertility, but it can also help provide more energy and resistance to stress. A healthy sperm count, and by extension healthy testosterone levels, can help contribute to healthy body fat percentage, blood pressure levels, and metabolic or cardiovascular function.
Ingredients: Each Scoop contains
Safr'Inside™ saffron extract
(stigma, Crocus sativus) 5:1, DHE 150mg*
Albion™ selenium glycinate complex)***
|1000IU / equiv. to 25mcg|
(root, Withania somnifera) 12:1, DHE 7200mg, 5% withanolides**
(Albion™ zinc bis-glycinate chelate)***
Non-Medicinal Ingredients: Glycine, malic acid, acacia gum, beetroot powder, natural dragon-fruit flavour, natural lemonade flavour, butylated hydroxyanisole, modified corn starch, citric acid, silicon dioxide, stevia leaf extract, silica, maltodextrin.