- Do you want to have a healthy baby and smooth pregnancy?
- Have you had trouble conceiving?
- Have you experienced the emotional ups and downs of fertility challenges?
- Do you have health issues that are impairing your chances of getting pregnant?
That’s why I’m so glad to present Feed Your Fertility, an ebook written by Emily Bartlett and Laura Erlich, both acupuncturists, practitioners of traditional medicine and real food nutrition enthusiasts. Emily Bartlett recently told of the joys she experienced with several clients she works with who had been experiencing fertility issues:
I received two emails from separate patients containing photos of their positive pregnancy tests and was pleasantly surprised when a third arrived at the office to tell me she was expecting. Yet another woman who was told that she would never conceive is due to deliver her healthy baby girl just before her 40th birthday.”
Feed your fertility is a comprehensive guide that will not only help you design the right diet and lifestyle to naturally help you conceive, but contains endless tips and guidance to increase your chances of having a happy healthy baby.
Having a healthy lifestyle before conception, during pregnancy and while nursing is so important to increase fertility and ensure the health and developement of your baby. Not only will the right diet and lifestyle help you have a healthy child, it will also help you have a smoother pregnancy with a lower risk of complication and will help YOU recover more easily from the stress of child bearing.
Feed Your Fertility will teach you:
- How to make sure your lifestyle is not in-fact hindering your chances of getting pregnant
- Which foods are best for conception
- How to make sure you are taking the right supplements
- What your options (both natural AND medical) are for infertility issues
- How to determine whether your diet will help or hurt your fertility
The Right Foods For Fertility
Although most of my readers are aware of the connection between diet and health, I can’t stress enough how important the quality of food you consume is to your health…and that includes your hormonal and sexual health which affects your ability to conceive.
There is so much misinformation out there about what kind of food is good for you that it can be tough to navigate. It is true that different diets are good for different things. For example, if you want to detox, you would eat different food than if you want to fix your gut. One thing is clear though, that there are certain elements one must consider to ensure a good diet for fertility and it may not be what you think.
Many people might think they’re eating the healthiest diet possible, only to find that a certain type of oil or seed is actually the worst thing for fertility. You may even be completely avoiding certain foods that could help your chances of conception.
Feed Your Fertility outlines all the best and worst foods for fertility. It even includes a section just for vegetarians, outlining how to optimize your diet for conception.
Dealing With Stress
Although we all know that stress is bad for us, it’s astonishing to find out how much it actually affects the baby-making process.
If you’ve had trouble conceiving before, you know the amount of stress that comes along with it, which unfortunately just begets more stress. It’s a vicious cycle.
Studies conducted by the Harvard Mind Body Institute have shown that the stress of this process is equal to someone going through metastatic cancer or being HIV positive. (Harvard Health Publications 2009)
One of the biggest challenges when trying to conceive is the stress that inevitably mounts if you don’t get pregnant right away. When couples are fixated on the process, fun and enjoyment is often drained out of sex. Studies now suggest stress may be the culprit of infertility up to 30% of the time”
Feed Your Fertility devotes an entire section to teaching how to better manage stress. We all know that we can’t completely eliminate stress from our lives, but learning a few tactics to know how to identify and manage sources of stress can make all the difference in the world.
Feed Your Fertility goes through all the common prenatal and pregnancy vitamins and discusses whether they are truly necessary and helpful, which kinds of vitamins are most readily absorbed by the body and recommends the most important vitamins for conception.
Maybe you’ve already had some obstacles when it comes to conception like age challenges, miscarriage, infertility issues, irregular ovulation, thyroid issues or PCOS. Feed Your Fertility addresses these issues and how to prevent or deal with them in order to pave the way for a healthy pregnancy.
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