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November 11 2017
[The Ultimate Choice for Male Infertility]

[The Ultimate Choice for Male Infertility]



L-Carnitine L-Tartrate                          500 mg

Co-enzyme Q10                                       100 mg

Zinc Sulphate                                           57 mg

Selenium                                                   100 mcg



  • LCLT is an Amino acid that is naturally produced in the body.
  • LCLT is a naturally occurring substance in most cells of the body particularly brain, neural tissues, muscles & heart. It has important role in transporting fat into mitochondria. (Helps to burn body fat)
  • 95% of the body’s Carnitine pool resides in skeletal muscle where it plays a vital role in fuel metabolism.
  • Supplementation with Carnitine has shown to improve Sperm mobility, along with sperm concentration & sperm count & overall fertility.
  • L-Carnitine plays vital role in the process of sperm formation, sperm maturation & maintenance of sperm quality
  • L-Carnitine also help to protect the sperm by reducing the influence of free radicals



  • Energy store house of the body & a very good Antioxidant.
  • Sperm production & formation is highly energy dependant processes.
  • Deficiency of Q10 leads to Infertility.



  • Selenium is a powerful antioxidant
  • Low supply of Selenium in the diet has been associated with poor sperm motility.



  • Zinc is important in order to make the outer layer & tail of the sperm production of semen.
  • Zinc effects an improvement in sperm cell density, a rise in number of fast moving sperm cells, and an increase in the testosterone level which is crucial for spermatogenesis.
  • Zinc is lost with each ejaculation, so an active sex life and low zinc diet places a man at risk.
  • Deficiency can cause impotence, infertility and low sperm count. Sub fertile men have been shown to have lower seminal levels of zinc than normal men.



  • Seminal fluid contains Carnitine, which when converted to Acetyl-L-Carnitine, helps stimulate mobility in sperm.
  • Supplementation with Carnitine has shown to improve sperm mobility, along with potential sperm count and overall fertility.
  • L-Carnitine plays a vital role in the process of sperm development, in promoting proper maturation and morphology of sperm, and in ensuring the maintenance of sperm quality and vitality.
  • Zinc has been shown to have a positive effect on sperm formation, sperm motility and testosterone metabolism.
  • Selenium is a potent antioxidant that can help minimize oxidative damage produced by free radicals.



  • Male Infertility
  • Natural energizer
  • Energizes the mind & promotes concentration
  • Passes through the Blood-Brain barrier to support cognitive health & optimal brain function.



L-Carnitine is contraindicated in patients with renal disease (on dialysis) and history of seizures.


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