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Overcome Infertility--How to Treat Infertility with Minerals-- Manganese


As we mentioned in previous articles, infertility is defined as the inability of a couple to conceive after 12 months of unprotected sexual intercourse. It effects over 5 millions couple alone in the U. S. and many times more in the world. Because of an unawareness of treatments, only 10% seeks help from professional specialist. Nutritional supplements pay a vital role in treating all kinds of disease, in this article; we will discuss how manganese effects fertility

I. How manganese effects fertility
1. Energy
Manganese plays an important role in carbohydrate metabolism, thereby increasing the transformation of glucose to energy for our body to use for daily activity. Deficiency causes nervous system including fatigue, tiredness and loss of concentration and dizziness.

2. Synthesis of fatty acids
It is also vital to helps our body in synthesis of essential fatty acids. Deficiency of manganese increases the risk of over production of certain hormone of the prostaglandins family, leading to over active uterus, thus decreasing the chance of fertility.

3. Superoxide dismutase
Acting as an antioxidant. it helps to improve the immune system in fighting against cell oxidation, thereby decreasing the risk of irregular cell growth in the reproductive organs that interfere with the natural process of fertilization.

4. Mineral amino acids chelate
Manganeses also have a function in maintaining the levels of minerals in the body, thereby decreasing the risk of mineral deficiency such as magnesium, iron and calcium, resulting in decreasing the risk of infertility caused by deficiency of iron or other trace metals.

5. Enhancing bio-assimilation
It helps to enhance the bio assimilation in absorbing vital minerals and vitamins or other chemicals from food within the gastrointestinal tract by breaking down chemicals and alternating the chemicals in the bloodstream by the liver or cellular secretions, thus increasing the nutrients to the body, thus enhancing fertility.

II. Risks and side effects

1. It is said that imbalance levels of manganese may cause sperm quality and quantity.
2. Over exposure to industrial manganese increases the risk of Parkinson-like problems such as tremors and impaired movement and damaged nervous cells.
3. Overdose of manganese also increases the risk of
a) Migraine-headaches
b) PMS
c) Dizziness and depression
d) Mental illness
e) Liver disease
f) Etc.