Proxeed® Women is a patented fertility supplement designed for women who want to enhance their fertility and reproductive health.

     Proxeed® Women provides key nutrients like L-carnitine, acetyl-L-carnitine, L-arginine, N-acetyl cysteine, vitamins and
     minerals, all of which play an important role in supporting the physiological processes involved in female fertility.

      Taken over a four to six month period, the ingredients in Proxeed® Women:
         • support normal hormonal activity and ovulation
         • maintain the quality of eggs by providing them with energy and protecting them from oxidative stress
         • support healthy cell division and the implantation of the fertilised egg.

     Proxeed® Women is recommended for all women who want to optimize their fertility and help increase their
     chances of pregnancy.


One sachet contains:

L-carnitine (fumarate) 500 mg
L-arginine 500 mg
Acetyl-L-carnitine 250 mg
Vitamin E 30 mgTE        
Vitamin C 90 mg
Vitamin A (from betacaroten) 800 µgRE        
N-acetyl cysteine 50 mg
Vitamin B5 6 mg
Vitamin B12 2.5 µg
Vitamin B6 2 mg
Vitamin D3 5 µg
Folic acid 200 µg
Selenium 27.5 µg
Iron 7 mg
Zinc 5 mg
Copper 500 µg



1 sachet per day for 4-6 months or for as long as trying to conceive.
This is because developing eggs in the ovaries take around three to four months to mature
before being released at ovulation. PROXEED® WOMEN can be taken and in a first few months of pregnancy.
PROXEED® WOMEN is an orange-flavoured powder. Mix one sachet with at least 120 ml of orange juice or water and stir.
PROXEED® WOMEN should be taken shortly after mixing and not stored to be taken later.


     Metabolic support for the normal function of the female reproductive system
     Carnitines have a key role in the energy supply of oocytes (egg cells) and embryos affecting their quality.
     L-carnitine is the only molecule that can transport long chain fatty acids into the mitochondria where the β-oxidation
     takes place and the creation of ATP (energy).
     Proxeed® Women:
      • reduces insulin resistance
      • increases the thickness of the endometrial receptivity
      • improves the quality of oocyte maturation and embryo
      • affect the hormonal balance and quality of ovulation
      • affects a larger number of developed (mature) oocytes and embryos
      • contributes to the quality of ovulation and affects the development of the blastocyst
      • reduces the number of days of stimulation
      • regulates the menstrual cycle
      • reduces oxidative stress


     Optimising fertility and a normal reproductive cycle
      A woman is born with all of the eggs she will ever have, but for the most part of her life, these immature eggs
     are in a dormant protected state.
     In the 3-4 months prior to ovulation, the egg matures and goes through a major transformation – it doubles in size
     and requires much more energy if it is develop into a healthy egg. It is at this precise stage when many factors can
     affect the development of the egg, positively or negatively.
     Diet, weight, lack of certain nutrients, and lifestyle factors (such as smoking, alcohol and lack of exercise), can affect
     the quality of a woman’s eggs, her hormonal balance and her ovulation.
     The fertile window
      Ovulation occurs once a month, between 12 and 16 days from the start of a woman’s period, if she has a regular menstrual
     cycle of 28-30 days. After ovulation, an egg survives for less than 24-hours, so it needs to be fertilised at this precise point.
     If the egg is fertilized, it will travel through the fallopian tubes and attach to the womb lining after about 5 days.
     If not, the womb lining will detach leading to menstruation.
     Your fertile window is the days in your menstrual cycle when pregnancy is possible. Sperm can survive up to five days while
     your egg can only survive for one day. The theoretical fertile window is thus six days, which includes the five days before
     ovulation and the day of ovulation.


     Foods that can help ovulation
     Choose monounsaturated fats (like olive oil) over trans fats (those in fast food, cakes and pastries); vegetable protein (soy)
     over red meat; and high-fibre, low-glycaemic foods – whole grains, vegetables, and some fruit – over refined carbs and sugars.
     Regular exercise can make a difference
     Regular exercise is important for maintaining good health and can also improve fertility. Fast walking, Yoga and Pilates
     will not only help get you into shape it’s also a good way to reduce stress.
     Smoking – give it up
     As well as affecting your general health, smoking lowers the chance of conceiving and can harm your unborn child.
     Evidence now shows that exposure to cigarette smoke in the womb can lower the fertility of your child later in life.
     Alcohol – limit how much you drink
     Research has shown that alcohol consumption at the time of conception increases the risk of early pregnancy loss.
     This is why the advice is not to drink at all. If you do choose to drink when trying to become pregnant then limit it
     to one or two glasses of wine, once or twice a week.



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