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Everything Worth Knowing About How Sperm Develops – And Why It Matters

We’re all about empowering people with the kind of information that can really make a difference in your fertility journey, which is why we’re sharing everything worth knowing about the life of sperm – including why it matters.

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Optimal nutrition plays a pivotal role in enhancing fertility and supporting a healthy pregnancy. A diet rich in essential nutrients, such as vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and healthy fats, lays the foundation for reproductive health.

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Is there anything unsexier than scheduled, pressure-ridden, trying-like-hell-to-conceive sex? But good news. We’ve found handy workarounds and tricks of the trade, so forget the basal temperature chart for a second and read on for four ways to keep things hot when you’re TTC.

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Choline remains chronically overlooked, especially for pregnant and breastfeeding mothers. It has a concerning trickle-down effect—like advice on social media that two eggs a day are all you need to hit your daily choline quotient. Fortunately, the Beli team is sharing the best way to get enough choline during pregnancy.

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Just as women’s bodies need to be prepared for pregnancy, men’s bodies need to be ready to contribute healthy sperm for conception. Nutrients are the foundation that support the normal structure and function of sperm and men's fertility health. Taking Beli’s male prenatal supplement is a proactive way to strategically fuel your body to optimize fertility contributing to your overall chances of conceiving and supporting a healthy pregnancy.  

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No one really understands how common infertility is until they’re dealing with it themselves. That’s why some fertility specialists argue that fertility testing should be part of routine medical care for men and women of reproductive age. It begs the question: Why is it so hard to have your fertility tested?

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Diet has been suggested to have an influence on the quality and function of human sperm. More specifically, the results of a randomised trial have shown that including nuts as a component of a regular diet improved the quality and function of human sperm.

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