Male Fertility

Craig Cooper

Don’t let germaphobia steal your fertility

Americans are way too obsessed with killing germs… Take Triclosan, for example, an antimicrobial substance commonly used in personal care items. It’s been shown to have a significant effect on numerous aspects of human health, especially male fertility…

Virginia Tims-Lawson

Why sperm count matters for men of all ages

A healthy sperm count is not only important for better health and enjoyment of life, but a low sperm count increases your risk of death from all causes and puts you at higher risk of testicular cancer. But whether you’re in your 30s, 50s, 60s or 70s, you should know: your sperm are under attack…

Craig Cooper

18 ways to protect declining sperm and T-levels

Numerous studies reaveal that environmental toxins, including pesticides used on food crops, are having a significant impact on sperm health as well as testosterone levels. To help maintain healthy sperm and T-levels…

Dr. Michael Cutler

Natural help for male infertility

The growing low T issue is concerning and so are the symptoms… decreased sex drive, ED, increased body fat and enlarged breasts. Not to mention depression, irritability and insomnia. Just a few of these symptoms are enough to affect a man’s quality of life (and his partner’s), but it also impacts fertility.

Jenny Smiechowski

How sunscreen is screwing with male fertility

For the past 20 years or more, we’ve been brainwashed to believe that we need to slather on sunscreen every day to prevent that innocent mole from turning into something malicious. All-the-while we were instigating an entirely different problem…

Craig Cooper

15 factors that negatively affect men’s fertility

When a couple is experiencing difficulty getting pregnant, men’s fertility is a factor about half of the time. Men’s fertility depends on a number of players and processes that need to work in synch.