One in six couples has trouble conceiving, and this number is only set to get bigger as both men and women chose to postpone childbearing until later in life. This has been led by many societal changes, not least the fact that both men and women are now gaining equal footing on the career ladder. Yet biologically, nothing has changed and doesn’t look likely to change unless we develop new technologies allowing us to beat natural reproductive ageing. But what if we could do something to help maintain the eggs and sperm in their most fertile state for our age and optimise the ability of our body to become pregnant and create the healthiest babies possible?

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