At age 23, Sara SDx was told she would never have children on her own. With determination, she took on her health, losing nearly 70lbs and becoming a tri-athlete. Along the way, she met the love of her life, a scientist from Northern California and with gratitude; they were able to naturally conceive both of their sons. Fueled by her passion to help people transform their health, Sara spent countless hours volunteering as a fitness and health coach. As a daughter, wife, sister to four brothers and mother to two sons, Sara developed a particular interest in men’s health and created Don't Cook your Balls as a resource to help men better understand their sexual and reproductive health.
In 2011, while working at a government lab, Sara’s husband Ulrich invented powerful technology capable of performing a variety of medical tests. The couple saw the technology as a powerful way for people to get feedback on what is happening inside the body. In 2012, they founded a biotech to develop Trak as a tool that empowers men to improve their fertility.
Common stumbling block for people trying to conceive
- Potential male infertility doesn’t cross their mind
- Improving semen quality takes time
Misconception about fertility
- Infertility is not a fixed problem.
- A lot of male factor infertility can be repaired.
What is one thing that people can do to improve their outcome?
Living a healthy life
Keep the little boys cool