Backed By Science. Expert Approved.
We researched tens of thousands of NIH published papers to 
curate the first genetic panel to help you assess your fertility wellness.
Because your most important life decisions should be genetically informed.

“It's not just about what to eat but knowing that there is that underlying predisposition that they were born with, in their DNA, can provide some understanding for why weight loss has been a struggle. ”
Shannon Kieran
Genetic Counselor
Genetically-Based Nutrition Matters for Pregnancy
Vitamin B12
Vitamin B12, cobalamin, is required for proper red blood cell formation, neurological function, and DNA synthesis. Vitamin B12 deficiency in pregnancy can also lead to neural tube defects.
Vitamin B6 
Vitamin B6, also called pyridoxine, helps the body metabolize energy from food, make new red and white blood cells and maintain hormonal balance. This nutrient is also critical to your baby’s brain development.
Vitamin B9
Folate is the naturally occurring B9 found in plant and animal foods. B9 plays a major role in the cellular growth of your baby.
Calcium
Calcium is essential for muscle contraction, secretion of hormones, blood coagulation, bone metabolism, fetal skeleton development and much more. 
Vitamin D
This powerful nutrient is not just critical for bone health, but fertility health too. The vitamin D receptor is present in many female organs, including the ovary, uterus and placenta.
Omega - 3
Omega 3 is an essential fatty acid that helps regulate hormones and increases blood flow to the uterus. A healthy uterine lining is critical for successful embryo implantation.
Lactose Intolerance 
People who are lactose intolerant are unable to properly digest lactose in dairy products and must seek alternate forms of Calcium.  
Gluten Intolerance
Many people who experience pain, bloating, or diarrhea after eating gluten, may need to avoid gluten in their diet. Pregnancy is difficult enough without added complications!
For more detailed information on the micronutrients we include in our report and female fertility, see HERE and HERE
If you have additional questions about the science behind our male fertility tests, please reach out at support@medanswers.com.
Improve Sperm Parameters with DNA-Based Nutrition
We include over 50 wellness markers cross-linked with fertility conditions. We include your genetic risk for cardiovascular disease, insulin resistance, metabolic syndrome, type 2 diabetes and obesity. We also look at genetic factors that can impact your body’s ability to digest, process and utilize key vitamins and minerals that are important for fertility:
Folate
Folate is the naturally occurring form of vitamin B9, found in plant and animal foods. Studies have found that higher folate levels in the body are associated with higher sperm quality.
Calcium
Calcium is a mineral that plays a key role in spermatogenesis and the ability for sperm to fertilize an egg.
Vitamin D
Vitamin D is a hormone that helps your body absorb calcium, contributing to bone growth and strength. Vitamin D is important for healthy sperm formation and function, and may be important for maintaining testosterone levels.  
Omega-3
Omega 3 is an essential fatty acid that may lead to higher sperm counts, increased sperm motility, and healthy sperm formation.
Lactose Intolerance
People who are lactose intolerant are unable to properly digest lactose in dairy products and must seek alternate forms of calcium.
Gluten Intolerance
People who experience pain, bloating, or diarrhea after eating gluten may need to avoid gluten in their diet, and seek alternative sources for some key vitamins and minerals.
For more detailed information on the micronutrients we include in our report and male fertility, 
see HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE, HERE, and HERE
If you have additional questions about the science behind our male fertility tests, 
please reach out at support@medanswers.com. 
What Do you Get with Your Report?  
✔️Actionable genetic data
Your genetics play a role in your ability to conceive but they aren't a life sentence. Now you can learn how you can influence your DNA through food.  

✔️Personalized nutrition recommendations
When it comes to optimizing your fertility health, nutrition is a key piece to the puzzle you can manage at home. We provide personalized food recommendations to improve your semen and sperm parameters. 

✔️Access to the fertility experts and genetic counselors 
You can ask unlimited follow-up questions of our exclusive network of reproductive endocrinologists, geneticists, genetic counselors, psychologists and more in an anonymous, private app available on iOS & Android.
 
✔️Rigorous scientific standards
Our team is comprised of world renowned reproductive scientists with an interest in bringing non-clinical solutions to people of childbearing years who want to conceive. 

“What males can do with the information in the report is tailor their diet and lifestyles accordingly based on their predisposition to these conditions. And what this can do is potentially reduce or potentially even reverse their fertility issues.”
Brad Wilson
Chief Scientist 
Know your genetic makeup. 
If you don't know what your genetic code is, you won't know how to influence it. We don't want to just help you get pregnant, we want to help you be the healthiest mom-to-be so you can have the healthiest baby-to-be. We look at your genes in five categories, and deliver a customized nutrition report on what we learn to help you improve your chance for becoming a healthy mom. 
Additional resources can be found HERE, and HERE.
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