Preparing your body for conception

March 25, 2008 12:05:36 PM PDT
Learn how to optimize fertility without costly doctor visits and prescriptions.

Infertility rates are on the rise with one in six American couples struggling to conceive. It can be a frustrating, disheartening and extremely costly process to seek assisted reproductive techniques. The average cost of a round of in vitro fertilization is about $20,000 and is not covered by most insurance.

About Fertili-T:
The Fertili-T supplement programs are comprised of holistic formulas that combine efficacious amounts of clinically-validated ingredients to detoxify, revitalize and optimize the body for peak fertility. Specifically designed for men and women planning a pregnancy, as well as those that have been trying to conceive within a three to 12 month period, Fertili-T was developed in response to research about the genetic, environmental and nutrition-related mechanisms that impact fertility and the body's ability to conceive. Available in powder form or convenient grab-and-go daily pill packets, the products are recommended for ages 25-45 and do not require a physician's prescription.

Fertili-T is available for purchase online at www.Fertili-T.com. For a complete schedule of updated podcast listings for upcoming preconception segments, visit www.conceiveonline.com.

About Life Tech:
Based in Newport Beach, Calif., Life Tech offers preconception product programs to patients and physicians focused on the fertility industry. Its mission is to provide leading-edge, holistic preconception supplements whose ingredients are scientifically-validated for efficacy. The company's first product offering, Fertili-T, represents the first comprehensive over-the-counter preconception nutritional supplement developed in response to the varied needs of infertile men and women. The product is intended to detoxify, revitalize and optimize the body for pregnancy with customized formula blends that meet the Optimal Fertility Allowance (OFA) of key vitamins, minerals, proteins and antioxidants.

For more information, please visit www.Fertili-T.com.


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