Impryl® – Read the science

Impryl® - Read the science

Impryl® for women

Impryl’s micronutrients have been proven to help infertile women get a better chance of having a healthy baby, no other supplements on the market have this strong clinical evidence.”

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Dr Gill Lockwood, Medical Director and Fertility Specialist

Impryl® for men

“If you’re looking to start or to grow your family, consider taking Impryl®.”

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Mr Kevin McEleny, Consultant Urologist

What is Impryl®?

Impryl® comes in tablet form: it is made from activated micronutrients that help every cell within the human body, from the biggest (eggs) to the smallest (sperm).

These micronutrients have been clinically proven to significantly improve live birth rates for men and women who had previously been struggling to get pregnant.1,2,3

Having activated micronutrients means they are already in the form your body can use, without them needing to be converted into an active form. About 25% of all people are unable to make this conversion, although they are probably unaware of it, so this is an important factor.

The unique Impryl® formula works by delivering balanced support to your metabolism, essential to ensure it is optimal for fertility and for the healthy growth of your baby.

How does Impryl® help?

  1. Bolstered natural antioxidant defences

    Our environment and diet can lead to oxidative damage to your reproductive cells. This can be detrimental to your chances of having a baby. Impryl’s activated micronutrients help to protect your cells from this damage without using strong antioxidants. Naturally-produced antioxidants prevent stress within your cells and help to maintain an optimal metabolic balance. There are two types of stress that your cells can experience: oxidative stress and reductive stress. Oxidative stress is a harmful process caused when Reactive Oxygen Species (ROS), the waste toxins produced naturally, are not removed from the cells. This can damage both sperm and eggs resulting in DNA fragmentation. Often, people take supplements to correct this problem, however, these supplements frequently contain strong antioxidants, which in men, can cause another problem called DNA decondensation. What does this have to do with having a baby? When DNA fragmentation or DNA decondensation occurs within our reproductive cells, it reduces the chances of a couple achieving a healthy pregnancy and increases the chances of miscarriage. Impryl’s role: Impryl® contains activated micronutrients that help your body to produce Glutathione (GSH), the body’s natural antioxidant, and ensures that GSH is produced only when and where it is required, thus delivering balanced support. The micronutrients within Impryl® are proven to help prevent both DNA fragmentation and DNA decondensation.

  2. Optimised Energy Support

    Reproduction demands a lot of energy from your cells, from the production of egg and sperm cells to sperm function and embryo growth. Impryl’s micronutrients optimise energy production within these cells without compromising functionality. What does this have to do with having a baby? Your body needs lots of energy to develop healthy eggs and sperm, to support fertilisation and your ongoing pregnancy. Any toxins produced by generating this energy need to be removed efficiently. Impryl’s role: Impryl® provides the right amount of micronutrients to enable your body to produce enough GSH, your body’s natural antioxidant. GSH is vital to keep your cells healthy and producing the optimum energy output. GSH can only be produced by your body – it is not possible to “take” GSH within supplements as your digestive system will break it down.

  3. Balanced Gene Expression

    Gene expression is a complex process. Impryl’s activated micronutrients maintain a balance of genes being expressed. This allows your body to switch on and off the right genes at the right time. This is particularly important for sperm and egg cell development.What does this have to do with having a baby? For optimal gene expression, a process called methylation needs to take place within the body on a regular basis. Methylation is essential to create healthy egg and sperm cells, to develop healthy embryos and is essential to sustain pregnancy. Impryl’s role: Impryl® contains critical nutrients which enable the cells to methylate genes. This ensures that the correct genes are expressed, which in turn gives us optimal egg and sperm cells. Epigenetics contribute to gene expression needed to help the development of the embryo, making Impryl® an ideal fertility supplement for both males and females.

Why does Impryl® work for both men and women?

Poor nutrition is one of the leading causes of infertility, but as a couple, it can be impossible to maintain a perfectly balanced diet. It takes two: you need consistency, and you need equal support on both sides. 

Instead of taking a different combination of numerous multivitamins, some of which will be strong antioxidants that may actually damage sperm quality (sperm DNA decondensation), you need to supplement with the right balance of micronutrients for both of you. This will ensure you and your partner’s egg or sperm are of the best quality to conceive. 

Impryl® maintains this vital balance, optimising your fertility as a whole because it’s suitable for both men and women. It does this by providing balanced support to your metabolism, containing activated micronutrients that help every cell: from the biggest (eggs) to the smallest (sperm). 

Impryl® is recommended to both men and women by fertility experts because it has been developed using evidence-based science that includes both men and women.1,2,3

References and supporting papers

  1. Amar E et al. Treatment for high levels of sperm DNA fragmentation and nuclear e condensation: sequential treatment with a potent antioxidant followed by stimulation of the one-carbon cycle vs one carbon cycle back-up alone. Austin journal Reproductive Medicine & Infertility. 2015 
  2. Cornet D et al. Clinical evidence for the importance of 1-carbon cycle support in subfertile couples. Austin Journal Reproductive Medicine & Infertility. 2015
  3. Silvestris E et al. Supporting the One-Carbon Cycle Restores Ovarian Reserve in Subfertile Women: Absence of Correlation with Urinary Bisphenol A Concentration. BioResearch Open Access. 2017.