Cell protection & regeneration is the basis of discovery and development in Nokomis products
Recognized globally as one of the top five researchers in the restorative application of the polyamines, Spermine and Spermidine, Nokomis is in the forefront of polyamine-based cellular protection and regeneration research.
Polyamines: Critical to Cell Survival
Polyamines are cell regenerative and protective elements, vital in solving a myriad of health ailments and critical to cell survival and function in the body.
Found in plant foods such as corn, cucumber, oats and radishes, and in tropical fruits and sugar cane, polyamines are naturally-occurring phytochemicals – essential elements for cellular and tissue growth and regeneration, and fundamental in reducing the impact of stress on living organisms. Stress and stress-related hormone disruption are major contributors to a number of health ailments, including poor sexual function and infertility. They’re also absolutely crucial to protecting our immune system. As we age, our immune system weakens, leaving us vulnerable to a sea of pathogens and reducing our ability to respond effectively.
The Key to Staying Young
Polyamines – particularly the polyamines Spermine and Spermidine – are the key to staying young. They play multiple roles in the growth, proliferation, and survival of cells, as well as in stress resistance. But those cells need to be constantly regenerated, protected, because when they decline, we decline. Unfortunately, as the body ages, these nutrients do become more and more depleted and cell growth diminishes. In fact, 300 million old cells die every minute. So replenishing those polyamines that continually diminish in the body over time, can not only balance your hormones and protect your immune system, it can actually slow down the aging process.
For Nokomis, replacing those cells is the key to restoring reproductive health and effectively combatting ailments commonly associated with aging.
Nokomis products have been subjected to over 20 years of rigorous testing and intensive research to ensure their utmost safety. Clinical trials, extensive human observational studies, and toxicology studies have shown our patented formulations to work not only effectively, but safely, with absolutely no evidence of any detrimental effects on health, growth or overall wellbeing.
Nokomis adheres to Good Manufacturing Practice principles (GMP) and works closely with the FDA, U.S. Pharmacopia, Health Canada and other regulatory bodies as needed. Products are manufactured in an FDA-inspected lab and batch-tested for purity. All products are vegan-certified.
Nokomis is committed to developing only the best, most effective products, quality products you know you can trust. Our goal is to enhance the health and wellbeing of people and animals worldwide.
Our fields of research:
Sexual dysfunction is an unfortunate reality for many. But there is a solution. One that addresses the root causes, not just the symptoms of that dysfunction.
The correction of hormonal deficiencies can significantly improve quality of life and decelerate the aging process
Good health and longevity begin at the cellular level. The protection and regeneration of these cells are a major focus of Nokomis research
Fact or Fallacy
Here is where we separate fact from fallacy. There is so much information – and disinformation – out there, it’s hard to discern the truth. We’re here to help. We’ll examine some of the more bizarre beliefs, myths, and inaccuracies and provide
This section is for you. If you have a concern or a query, let us know. We’ll not only answer your questions, we’ll ensure you have all the information you need to fend off any sceptics you may encounter. Here are a few of the more common assumptions we encounter.
Being overweight is a common cause of infertility - Fact or Fallacy?
Being overweight is a common cause of infertility. For overweight women, a loss of as little as 5% of their body weight can dramatically improve their fertility. The same 5% loss for an overweight man will not only boost his sperm count but will increase his libido as well.
But don’t be too quick to blame your eating behavior or lack of will power. It could actually be your hormones. Being overweight is one of the most common symptoms of hormonal imbalance. And imbalances are the biggest obstacles to pregnancy.
So, how does weight actually affect fertility? It affects men and women differently.
A woman’s body requires a fine balance of hormones to ovulate properly, and having too much estrogen can throw off that balance. Ovaries, of course, produce estrogen. But so do fat cells. And therein lies the problem. When a woman is at a healthy body weight, she has a higher probability of producing the appropriate amount of estrogen. But when overweight or obese, a woman’s fat cells produce more estrogen than necessary. And that prevents regular ovulation.
In men, obesity is associated with lower testosterone and impaired sperm quality, as well as a higher rate of erectile dysfunction (ED). Too much extra weight is also linked to a lower volume of semen, a lower sperm count and lower sperm concentration. In addition, sperm motility (the ability to move quickly through the female reproductive tract) has been shown to be poor.
Keeping your weight down is one way to enhance fertility. Eating a healthier diet, exercising, and, most importantly, balancing your hormones can help.
Fertility problems are almost always the female’s fault - Fact or Fallacy?
Fallacy: Given that a woman’s reproductive system is far more complicated than a man’s, this assumption is understandable. But in reality, men can have problems too.
Furthermore, even in couples with female-related fertility issues, mild sperm defects often contribute just enough to make achieving a pregnancy difficult, if not impossible, without help. For these reasons, it’s crucial that men – as well as women – be involved with the infertility evaluations from the outset.
The good news is that something as simple as balancing your hormones can make all the difference in the ability to conceive.
The ‘relate-and-mate’ hormones – estrogen, testosterone, and progesterone – are the most important hormones for fertility and reproduction, guiding the production and
the release of fertile eggs and healthy sperm. Any imbalance in this group can interfere with the growth and release of a mature egg each month and cause changes in sperm quantity and quality. And creating a healthy embryo takes a healthy egg and sperm.
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