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Women's Liposomal Fertility Formula


£35.00

14 Servings of high strength, super absorbent liposomal nutrients, formulated to support re-productive health

24 key vitamins, minerals & nutrients, including Folic Acid, Vit B6, Vit B12, L-Carnitine, L-Cysteine, Organic Beetroot, Selenium, Maca root, proven to support sexual function, natural fertility and encourage the healthiest possible pregnancy.

Naturally flavoured with orange and cranberry.

• Improves ovulation health & regularity of cycles
• Balances hormones
• Protects cells & embryo at critical stage 
• Reduces anxiety and promote wellbeing
• Supports a healthy immune system


Recommended to take daily by adding to your morning drink or straight from the pack.

 

    The world's most advanced prenatal supplement

    NAÎTRE's unique Liposomal liquid formulas deliver up to 8 times higher absorption than pills and capsules.


    • Why take it:

      Nutrients play an essential role in creating and maintaining healthy eggs that will go on to fertilise and grow a healthy baby. Special attention to nutrition on the part of both partners plays a huge part in successfully conceiving. While it’s easy to encourage the consumption of plenty of fresh produce to sustain healthy levels of key nutrients, this isn’t easy and as a result reproductive health can suffer.

      Nutrients influence female fertility in two very important ways. Firstly, improving overall health and increasing the chances of conceiving naturally and going on to have a healthy pregnancy. Secondly, ensuring that an adequate supply of critical nutrients is present for the embryo to develop healthily as soon as its conceived.

      Perhaps one of the most well-known nutrients emphasised for its importance during pregnancy is folic acid which is needed to support the healthy development of a fetus through cell division and growth. The body is unable to store folic acid and needs a consistent supply to meet its needs.

      Insufficient folic acid concentrations are linked to brain, spinal cord, and neural tube defects. Many of these problems actually develop before a woman even realises she is pregnant, which is why it’s essential to increase your folic acid intake before trying to conceive.

      Other key nutrients include Copper which contributes to healthy metabolism and hormone regulation, vitamin C a potent antioxidant, vitamin D and vitamin E to support healthy pregnancies and normal fetal development. The maintenance of hormone levels relies on Zinc and therefore this trace element is also very important for female fertility.

      Naître's delicately balanced Fertility supplement includes a wide range of scientifically proven key nutrients that help to increase the chances of natural conception and the development of a healthy baby. A highly effective and convenient way to ensure that the body is getting the nutrition it needs during this important time.

    • What does it do:

      • Improves ovulation health & regularity of cycles

      • Balances hormones

      • Protects cells & embryo at critical stage of reproduction

      • Reduces anxiety and promote wellbeing

      • Supports a healthy immune system

    • What's in it:

      Thiamine (Vitamin B1)
      Riboflavin (Vitamin B2)
      Niacin (Vitamin B3)
      Pantothenic Acid (Vitamin B5)
      Pyridoxine HCI (Vitamin B6)
      Vitamin B12
      D-Biotin
      Folate (Quatrefolate)
      Vitamin C
      Vitamin D
      Vitamin E
      Vitamin K
      Chromium
      Magnesium
      Manganese
      Selenium
      Zinc
      Iodine
      Co Enzyme Q10
      Beta Carotene
      Maca Extract
      Beetroot Extract
      N Acetyl Cysteine
      N-Acetyl L-Carnitine

    • How does it work:

      Our Liposome liquids are biocompatible with our bodies.

      Many of the fertility supporting nutrients we need in food have low bioavailability due to poor water solubility. 

      We also found other prenatal supplements in pills and capsules offer, on average, only 10% of the vitamins and minerals they contain. 

      Our formulas have shown a significant increase, up to 8 times, in the bioavailability of our vitamins, minerals and herbal substances when encapsulated in liposomes. This offers an incredible increase in effectiveness and results.

    • How to take it:

      Drink this super convenient daily shot directly from the sachet or simply add to your favourite drink. Ideally taken at the same time each day.

      If under medical supervision, seek guidance from your Doctor before using this product.

    The Power of Naître

    Increase the chances of natural conception and the development of a healthy baby.


    With Naître's delicately balanced Fertility supplement that delivers scientifically proven, key ingredients, in a game changing bio-compatible format.



    Healthy, Balanced Hormones

    Contains Chromium, Selenium, Iodine and N Acetyl Cysteine to help balance hormones that are essential for healthy menstruation and to optimise ovulation.

    Boosts Ovulation Health & Egg Reserves

    Includes CoQ10, shown to have incredible fertility boosting abilities, along with powerful antioxidants to protect egg reserves and promote healthy ovulation.

    Protects Embryo at Critical Stage

    Ensures an optimal supply of critical nutrients is present for the embryo to develop healthily from the moment you conceive. Including Folate which is essential for the healthy development of a fetus through cell division and DNA synthesis.

    Improves Energy & Reduces Anxiety

    Contains Magnesium along with a full range of quality B vitamins that play a key role in the metabolism of energy, as well as nurturing mental resilience and providing psychological support to manage added pressures women may experience when trying to conceive.

    Healthy Immune System & Cellular Repair

    Beta-carotene, the pregnancy safe source of vitamin A, known as the ‘anti-infective’ because the human immune system cannot function without it. Also packed with Vitamin C to promote healing by stimulating collagen production needed for cellular repair.

    Notes On Our Ethically Sourced Ingredients:

    24 Effective Nutrients and Why we've selected them

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    Beetroot Extract

    Beetroot for healthy oxygen levels in the blood and a great source of the antioxidant resveratrol, which is thought to protect against age-related infertility.

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    Beta Carotene

    Beta-carotene is a completely safe source of vitamin A for pregnant women, which is important for normal cell differentiation, the normal functioning of the immune system plus normal metabolism of Iron.

    Sources: Beta-carotene is plentiful in yellow and orange vegetables and fruit. Green vegetables also are rich in beta-carotene.

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    Chromium

    Chromium picolinate is useful in patients experiencing PCOS to reduce insulin resistance and stimulate ovulation.

    Sources: whole grain products, broccoli, green beans, grape juice, and spices.

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    Coenzyme Q10

    Female fertility decreases with age due to a decline in the number and quality of available eggs.  CoQ10 is directly involved in this process. CoQ10 production slows as you age, making the body less effective at protecting the eggs from oxidative damage.

    Supplementing with CoQ10 helps and may even reverse this age-related decline in egg quality and quantity, and when given during pregnancy, has been shown to reduce the risk of pre-eclampsia.

    Sources: Cabbage, broccoli, oysters, beef liver, soybeans.

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    D-Biotin

    Your body needs Biotin to help convert certain nutrients into energy.  It also supports gene expression and contributes to normal psychological function.

    Naitre uses a pure, nature-identical form of Biotin to meet the adequate intake recommendations during conception and pregnancy. Marginal biotin shortfalls are common during pregnancy.

    Sources:
    Liver, cooked eggs, salmon & pork.

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    Iodine

    Iodine is taken up avidly by the ovary and endometrium, which explains why Iodine deficiency is associated with reduced female fertility.

    Studies have demonstrated that Iodine supplementation has been shown to improve conception rates in couples with unexplained infertility (UI).

    Naitre uses Iodine that is the pharmaceutical-grade form, from Potassium Iodide.

    Sources: Seaweed, dairy, and cod.

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    Maca Extract

    Peruvian Maca is a vegetable as well as a traditional herbal medicine derived from the roots of a perennial plant (Lepidium meyenii) that grows in high altitudes of Peru and is used to promote health and improve wellness, sexual function and fertility.

    Maca works to help balance female hormones, improve regularity of cycles, enhance ovulation, and support sexual function.

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    Magnesium

    In a number of studies, women with infertility have been found to have low levels of magnesium in their blood, and in one particular study women who were supplemented with magnesium and selenium all became pregnant within 8 months.

    Naitre uses magnesium malate, a highly bioavailable form of magnesium. 

    Sources: Lentils, green leafy vegetables, pumpkin seeds, and almonds.

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    Manganese

    A diet low in manganese may increase the risk for anovulation, or failure of the ovary to release an egg during a menstrual cycle.

    Manganese can help to protect cells, such as the oocyte (the immature egg in the ovary) and the embryo at critical stages of the reproductive cycle.

    Sources:
    Whole grains, green leafy vegetables, and peanut butter are rich sources of manganese.

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    N-Acetyl Cysteine

    N-Acetyl Cysteine is an amino acid that is recommended in conception.  N-Acetyl Cysteine supports an important biochemical process called ‘methylation’' which has a significant positive impact on the reproductive system.  This process plays a vital role in fertility and the development of your baby in the early weeks of pregnancy. 

    N-Acetyl Cysteine may improve fertility in women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) by inducing or augmenting the ovulation cycle.

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    N-Acetyl L-Carnitine

    L-Carnitine is a crucial amino acid that has been reported to have beneficial impacts on reproductive functions through its potent antioxidative effects, reducing cellular stress, maintaining hormonal balance and enhancing energy production.  

    Sources:
    Animal products are the primary sources of L-carnitine, with foods like grass-fed beef packing in the highest amount per serving.

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    Selenium

    Selenium acts as a potent antioxidant that helps to protect maternal DNA, as well as proteins and lipids from oxidative damage.

    Selenium, along with Naitre’s other powerful antioxidants can help to protect cells, such as the oocyte (the immature egg in the ovary) and the embryo at critical stages of the reproductive cycle.

    Sources:
    Brazil nuts, seafood, whole grains.

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    Vitamin B1

    Thiamine contributes to normal psychological function.

    Vitamin B1 is extremely important when planning to conceive, and deficiency could be a factor in infertility and miscarriage by contributing to low-quality oocytes, a study from Japan has found.

    Food sources: whole grains, and found in most raw or lightly cooked foods.  Cooking can reduce thiamin in two ways. Thiamin is destroyed by heat. Also, thiamin is easily leached out of food by water.

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    Vitamin B2

    Riboflavin contributes to the protection of cells from oxidative stress as well as a reduction of tiredness and fatigue.

    Food sources: The best sources for riboflavin are whole grains and green leafy vegetables; Spinach, broccoli, chard, and asparagus are all rich sources of riboflavin. Almonds and soybeans are good sources. Dairy products have large amounts of riboflavin.

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    Vitamin B3 (Niacin)

    Like all B-vitamins, niacin is required to help you maintain optimal health, supporting your fertility.

    In studies, niacin was found to promote ovarian follicle growth, reducing the risk of oocyte apoptosis and overall infertility.

    Food sources: Cooked whole grains, legumes, and seeds are preferred sources of niacin; Enriched grains, mushrooms, leafy green vegetables, and nutritional yeast are other good sources. Niacin is not stored in the body. 

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    Vitamin B5

    Pantothenic acid contributes to normal synthesis and metabolism of steroid hormones, vitamin D and some neurotransmitters.

    Pantothenic acid contributes to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue.

    Main function: energy metabolism.

    Food sources: Healthy sources of pantothenic acid include whole grains, nuts and seeds, nutritional yeast, sweet potatoes, legumes, mushrooms, tomatoes, and broccoli; and sweet potatoes.

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    Vitamin B6

    Main function: building amino acids and fatty acids, assist with the regulation of hormonal activity and support female hormonal health generally.  Vitamin B6 is depleted by alcohol drinking and smoking.

    Vitamin B6 contributes to the normal function of the immune system, the reduction of tiredness and fatigue and the regulation of hormonal activity.

    Food sources:  Bananas, fortified cereal, spinach, chicken, salmon, and potatoes are high in vitamin B6

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    Vitamin D

    The NHS recommends Vitamin D supplementation for women trying to conceive; at a dose of 10 micrograms (400 IU) per day. Vitamin D can be naturally made by the body from adequate exposure to sunlight, but unfortunately in the UK, this is unlikely to be sufficient outside the summer months. 

    Sources:
    Sunshine is the healthiest source of vitamin D.

    Naitre uses a Certified Vegan D3 ingredient made from sustainably sourced lichen. It’s a superior, readily absorbable form of vegan vitamin D3. 

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    Vitamin K

    Similar to Vitamin D, Vitamin K2 is another fat-soluble vitamin that has several benefits for fertility.

    It turns out that Vitamin K2 is an essential nutrient for both men and women in their reproductive years. Current research shows that Vitamin K2 benefits PCOS, low sperm count, and prenatal development.

    Additionally, Vitamin K2 may play an important role in reducing the severity of endometriosis.

    feature-row__image

    Zinc

    Zinc controls oestrogen and progesterone levels and helps support a healthy reproductive system. Low maternal levels of zinc have been directly linked to miscarriage in the early stages of pregnancy.

    Zinc plays a very important role in female reproduction. The body needs zinc to make proteins and DNA - the genetic material in all cells.

    Sources: Meat, fish, poultry, whole grains, and Brazil nuts. Naitre uses Zinc Gluconate a readily absorbable form.

    feature-row__image

    Beetroot Extract

    Beetroot for healthy oxygen levels in the blood and a great source of the antioxidant resveratrol, which is thought to protect against age-related infertility.

    feature-row__image

    Beta Carotene

    Beta-carotene is a completely safe source of vitamin A for pregnant women, which is important for normal cell differentiation, the normal functioning of the immune system plus normal metabolism of Iron.

    Sources: Beta-carotene is plentiful in yellow and orange vegetables and fruit. Green vegetables also are rich in beta-carotene.

    feature-row__image

    Chromium

    Chromium picolinate is useful in patients experiencing PCOS to reduce insulin resistance and stimulate ovulation.

    Sources: whole grain products, broccoli, green beans, grape juice, and spices.

    feature-row__image

    Coenzyme Q10

    Female fertility decreases with age due to a decline in the number and quality of available eggs.  CoQ10 is directly involved in this process. CoQ10 production slows as you age, making the body less effective at protecting the eggs from oxidative damage.

    Supplementing with CoQ10 helps and may even reverse this age-related decline in egg quality and quantity, and when given during pregnancy, has been shown to reduce the risk of pre-eclampsia.

    Sources: Cabbage, broccoli, oysters, beef liver, soybeans.

    feature-row__image

    D-Biotin

    Your body needs Biotin to help convert certain nutrients into energy.  It also supports gene expression and contributes to normal psychological function.

    Naitre uses a pure, nature-identical form of Biotin to meet the adequate intake recommendations during conception and pregnancy. Marginal biotin shortfalls are common during pregnancy.

    Sources:
    Liver, cooked eggs, salmon & pork.

    feature-row__image

    Iodine

    Iodine is taken up avidly by the ovary and endometrium, which explains why Iodine deficiency is associated with reduced female fertility.

    Studies have demonstrated that Iodine supplementation has been shown to improve conception rates in couples with unexplained infertility (UI).

    Naitre uses Iodine that is the pharmaceutical-grade form, from Potassium Iodide.

    Sources: Seaweed, dairy, and cod.

    feature-row__image

    Maca Extract

    Peruvian Maca is a vegetable as well as a traditional herbal medicine derived from the roots of a perennial plant (Lepidium meyenii) that grows in high altitudes of Peru and is used to promote health and improve wellness, sexual function and fertility.

    Maca works to help balance female hormones, improve regularity of cycles, enhance ovulation, and support sexual function.

    feature-row__image

    Magnesium

    In a number of studies, women with infertility have been found to have low levels of magnesium in their blood, and in one particular study women who were supplemented with magnesium and selenium all became pregnant within 8 months.

    Naitre uses magnesium malate, a highly bioavailable form of magnesium. 

    Sources: Lentils, green leafy vegetables, pumpkin seeds, and almonds.

    feature-row__image

    Manganese

    A diet low in manganese may increase the risk for anovulation, or failure of the ovary to release an egg during a menstrual cycle.

    Manganese can help to protect cells, such as the oocyte (the immature egg in the ovary) and the embryo at critical stages of the reproductive cycle.

    Sources:
    Whole grains, green leafy vegetables, and peanut butter are rich sources of manganese.

    feature-row__image

    N-Acetyl Cysteine

    N-Acetyl Cysteine is an amino acid that is recommended in conception.  N-Acetyl Cysteine supports an important biochemical process called ‘methylation’' which has a significant positive impact on the reproductive system.  This process plays a vital role in fertility and the development of your baby in the early weeks of pregnancy. 

    N-Acetyl Cysteine may improve fertility in women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) by inducing or augmenting the ovulation cycle.

    feature-row__image

    N-Acetyl L-Carnitine

    L-Carnitine is a crucial amino acid that has been reported to have beneficial impacts on reproductive functions through its potent antioxidative effects, reducing cellular stress, maintaining hormonal balance and enhancing energy production.  

    Sources:
    Animal products are the primary sources of L-carnitine, with foods like grass-fed beef packing in the highest amount per serving.

    feature-row__image

    Selenium

    Selenium acts as a potent antioxidant that helps to protect maternal DNA, as well as proteins and lipids from oxidative damage.

    Selenium, along with Naitre’s other powerful antioxidants can help to protect cells, such as the oocyte (the immature egg in the ovary) and the embryo at critical stages of the reproductive cycle.

    Sources:
    Brazil nuts, seafood, whole grains.

    feature-row__image

    Vitamin B1

    Thiamine contributes to normal psychological function.

    Vitamin B1 is extremely important when planning to conceive, and deficiency could be a factor in infertility and miscarriage by contributing to low-quality oocytes, a study from Japan has found.

    Food sources: whole grains, and found in most raw or lightly cooked foods.  Cooking can reduce thiamin in two ways. Thiamin is destroyed by heat. Also, thiamin is easily leached out of food by water.

    feature-row__image

    Vitamin B2

    Riboflavin contributes to the protection of cells from oxidative stress as well as a reduction of tiredness and fatigue.

    Food sources: The best sources for riboflavin are whole grains and green leafy vegetables; Spinach, broccoli, chard, and asparagus are all rich sources of riboflavin. Almonds and soybeans are good sources. Dairy products have large amounts of riboflavin.

    feature-row__image

    Vitamin B3 (Niacin)

    Like all B-vitamins, niacin is required to help you maintain optimal health, supporting your fertility.

    In studies, niacin was found to promote ovarian follicle growth, reducing the risk of oocyte apoptosis and overall infertility.

    Food sources: Cooked whole grains, legumes, and seeds are preferred sources of niacin; Enriched grains, mushrooms, leafy green vegetables, and nutritional yeast are other good sources. Niacin is not stored in the body. 

    feature-row__image

    Vitamin B5

    Pantothenic acid contributes to normal synthesis and metabolism of steroid hormones, vitamin D and some neurotransmitters.

    Pantothenic acid contributes to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue.

    Main function: energy metabolism.

    Food sources: Healthy sources of pantothenic acid include whole grains, nuts and seeds, nutritional yeast, sweet potatoes, legumes, mushrooms, tomatoes, and broccoli; and sweet potatoes.

    feature-row__image

    Vitamin B6

    Main function: building amino acids and fatty acids, assist with the regulation of hormonal activity and support female hormonal health generally.  Vitamin B6 is depleted by alcohol drinking and smoking.

    Vitamin B6 contributes to the normal function of the immune system, the reduction of tiredness and fatigue and the regulation of hormonal activity.

    Food sources:  Bananas, fortified cereal, spinach, chicken, salmon, and potatoes are high in vitamin B6

    feature-row__image

    Vitamin D

    The NHS recommends Vitamin D supplementation for women trying to conceive; at a dose of 10 micrograms (400 IU) per day. Vitamin D can be naturally made by the body from adequate exposure to sunlight, but unfortunately in the UK, this is unlikely to be sufficient outside the summer months. 

    Sources:
    Sunshine is the healthiest source of vitamin D.

    Naitre uses a Certified Vegan D3 ingredient made from sustainably sourced lichen. It’s a superior, readily absorbable form of vegan vitamin D3. 

    feature-row__image

    Vitamin K

    Similar to Vitamin D, Vitamin K2 is another fat-soluble vitamin that has several benefits for fertility.

    It turns out that Vitamin K2 is an essential nutrient for both men and women in their reproductive years. Current research shows that Vitamin K2 benefits PCOS, low sperm count, and prenatal development.

    Additionally, Vitamin K2 may play an important role in reducing the severity of endometriosis.

    feature-row__image

    Zinc

    Zinc controls oestrogen and progesterone levels and helps support a healthy reproductive system. Low maternal levels of zinc have been directly linked to miscarriage in the early stages of pregnancy.

    Zinc plays a very important role in female reproduction. The body needs zinc to make proteins and DNA - the genetic material in all cells.

    Sources: Meat, fish, poultry, whole grains, and Brazil nuts. Naitre uses Zinc Gluconate a readily absorbable form.

    planning

    It’s never too early to start taking care of your all-round reproductive health and enhance your fertility.

    Meet our Team of Experts

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    Amy Morris

    Functional Medicine Nutritional Therapist

    Expert Nutritionist in fertility and pregnancy. 10 years of clinical experience in the field of health and working with couples to help them conceive naturally.

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    Dr Arianna Ferrini

    Biomedical Scientist

    Arianna is a Postdoctoral research fellow at University College London with a PhD in Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine.

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    Dr Samantha Miller

    Specialty Doctor, Sexual and Reproductive Health

    Samantha works part-time for the NHS as a Specialist in sexual and reproductive health, and often provides emergency cover in obstetrics and gynaecology and general medicine.

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    Amy Morris

    Functional Medicine Nutritional Therapist

    Expert Nutritionist in fertility and pregnancy. 10 years of clinical experience in the field of health and working with couples to help them conceive naturally.

    feature-row__image

    Dr Arianna Ferrini

    Biomedical Scientist

    Arianna is a Postdoctoral research fellow at University College London with a PhD in Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine.

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    Dr Samantha Miller

    Specialty Doctor, Sexual and Reproductive Health

    Samantha works part-time for the NHS as a Specialist in sexual and reproductive health, and often provides emergency cover in obstetrics and gynaecology and general medicine.

    THE NEW GAME CHANGING FORMAT

    The
    'Ultimate'
    Supplement

    • LIPOSOMAL NANO-PARTICLE DELIVERY

    The delivery system for liposomes, the optimum solution for nutritional supplements

    • SUPERIOR ABSORPTION

    Liquid supplements offer far greater absorption than traditional formats like pills and capsules

    • PRECISION

    Precise doses of premium ingredients delivered exactly when your body needs them

      THE NEW GAME CHANGING FORMAT

    The
    'Ultimate'
    Supplement

    • LIPOSOMAL NANO-PARTICLES

    The delivery system for liposomes, the optimum solution for nutritional supplements

    • SUPERIOR BIOAVAILABILITY

    Liquid supplements offer far greater absorption than traditional formats like pills and capsules

    • PRECISION

    Exact doses of premium ingredients delivered exactly when your body needs them

    Questions You Ask Us:

    • How long will it take us to get pregnant?

      That’s the big question! While all couples are different, and of course while we can’t give any guarantees on timings to conceive, we can advise on what’s a typical timeframe for most couples, what factors influence how long it takes, and why our liposomal supplements will boost your fertility health, within our learning section.  

      You will start to feel other benefits beyond your fertility after just a few weeks, including improved digestive health, skin health, immune function, reduced stress levels, increased energy and libido.

      While many people feel a difference, some don't, and that's okay. As long as you continue your daily intake, those active ingredients are all doing their work inside to reprogram, sustain, and enhance your fertility health.

    • At what point should we start taking fertility supplements?

      Ideally, you should start taking the Naître's fertility supplements at least 3 months before conception for methylated folate to help support neural tube development and to replenish any depleted nutrient reserves for the first crucial stage of pregnancy. The UK Department of Health recommends women planning a baby should take a supplement containing 400µg of Folic Acid from the start of trying to conceive until at least the 12th week of pregnancy. This is the exact amount of Folic Acid contained in  both the Naître Female Fertility and Trimester One supplements.

       

      We appreciate that life doesn’t always happen exactly as planned so if you haven’t been taking Folic Acid before you discover you are pregnant you should start taking Naître's Trimester One daily supplements straight away.

       

      Once confirmed you are pregnant, you can continue to use any remaining fertility supplements before moving on to take the Naître's Trimester One daily supplements.

       

      Read more from our medical experts about the ‘benefits of taking male and female fertility supplements before trying to conceive’ here.

    • How are Naître's supplements different to other fertility vitamins

      Naître's range of Fertility to Family supplements consist of between 21 to 26 clinically studied vitmains, minerals and antioxidants combined in a ground-breaking, liposomal liquid formulas for improved absorption.

       

      Naître are the first to take those mainstream multivitamins and carefully combine with some of the more unusual but highly impactful ingredients and deliver via a highly efficient liposomal liquid.

       

      Each formulation is specifically designed to support couples at the key stages from preparing the body to conceive, having a healthy & more harmonious pregnancy, right through to supporting a healthy milk supply until weening your little one on to solid foods. Our formulas are carefully designed to build nutrient stores in advance of when your body and baby need them.

    • Are Naître's daily supplements gluten free? vegan?

      Yes.

      Naître's supplements are free from: Dairy • Gluten • Soy • Binders • Fillers • 14 classes of allergens (as defined by the UK Food Standard Agency)

      They adhere to the following diets: Vegan • Vegetarian • Halal • Ketogenic




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