Couples Preconception Support Pack

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Our base range of supplements for couples just starting to try for a baby. The pack includes Vitafem for her, Vitamen for him and two packs of Vital DHA for both to take each month.

Low fertility can be due to so many different factors, but one thing we do know is that the correct nutrient intake is vital to produce adequate sperm, ovulate or maintain pregnancy. The Zita West Couples Preconception Support Pack has been designed to do just that – deliver the nutrients that we know the body needs.

  • Three high-quality supplements for both partners
  • Provides a variety of essential vitamins and minerals
  • 1 month supply

Discount codes cannot be redeemed against this pack.

  • Dairy Free

  • Gluten Free

  • Yeast Free

Who is it for?

The Couples Preconception Support Pack is designed for men and women trying for a baby and includes three products that combine to offer a wide range of essential vitamins and minerals.

The Couples Preconception Support Pack contains:

Vitafem - a specially developed combination of over 30 vitamins and minerals to support the nutritional requirements of fertility and conception for women
Vitamen - a one-a-day multivitamin and mineral supplement to support male fertility
Vital DHA x 2 - providing Omega 3 DHA and EPA along with Zinc to ensure your Omega 3 levels are supported for both partners

What’s in it?

Eggs

B-Vitamins

Female Fertility: Assists with the regulation of hormonal activity and supports female hormonal health generally.

Male Fertility: Important for the healthy functioning of the paternal immune system and regulation of hormonal activity. Also involved in the normal metabolism of protein and glycogen, plus some neurotransmitters, as well as the normal formation of red blood cells.

Pregnancy & Post Natal: Important for the normal functioning of the immune system and regulation of a mother’s hormonal activity

Oranges

Vitamin C

Fertility: Important antioxidant which assists in protecting both partners' DNA from oxidative damage for healthy eggs and sperm. Also critical for the normal function of the immune system and helps with absorption of Iron

Pregnancy: Helps with the absorption of iron and supports the normal function of the nervous system and immune system

Sunflower

Vitamin E

Fertility: Important antioxidant that helps to protect the egg as well as sperm DNA from damage

Pregnancy & Postnatal: Essential for metabolism and the development of the nervous system throughout pregnancy and if breastfeeding

Spinach

Iron

Fertility: Important for the normal formation of red blood cells and haemoglobin, normal oxygen transport and the proper functioning of the immune system

Pregnancy: Makes haemoglobin, the substance which carries oxygen in the blood. Women can have low Iron status entering pregnancy because of menstrual blood loss and need to build up reserves in preparation for labour. Also important for normal function of the immune system, normal cognitive function and normal cell division of the growing baby

Selenium

Female Fertility: Antioxidant that helps to protect maternal DNA, as well as proteins and lipids from oxidative damage. Also important for the normal functioning of the immune and thyroid systems

Male Fertility: Important for normal sperm production. Also helps protect DNA, and sperm membranes from oxidative damage, as well as supporting male thyroid function, which is very important for fertility

Pregnancy: A powerful antioxidant, especially important to help protect maternal DNA, proteins and lipids from oxidative damage. Also important for the normal functioning of the mother’s immune and thyroid systems

Zinc

Female Fertility: Essential for many of the body’s functions, including normal cell division. Also supports normal cognitive function and the normal metabolism of fatty acids. Zinc deficiency is often found in women with fertility problems
and in long-term users of the contraceptive pill

Male Fertility: Very important for male fertility. Needed to make the outer layer and tail of the sperm. Zinc is lost in the semen, so needs to be replenished regularly

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