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Fertility Advice...Unexplained infertility or sub fertility is usually diagnosed when a couple
has tried unsuccessfully for over twelve months to conceive a child. It is important to uncover
the reason behind this apparent
infertility, and is therefore recommended that at the onset, several
tests should be undertaken.
* The man should have a semen analysis and a full blood count, to detect any deficiencies.

* The woman should have a hormone level test on day 20 of her cycle (or 7 days past ovulation),
as well as a full blood count, to detect any deficiencies (deficiencies relating to sub fertility are
outlined in the dietary recommendations). Ask your GP to test for these levels specifically.


There are many possible reasons for sub fertility, vitamin and mineral deficiencies, hormonal imbalances,
stress, as well as other external factors such as over exposure to EMF, lifestyle choices such as smoking etc.


Once we can recognize the cause, we can then work on the solution, and help you to achieve the
desired outcome, the conception of a healthy baby.


It may be necessary to balance your reproductive hormones by stimulating
the sex glands, increasing the nutritional content of the food you ingest,
introduce exercise and relaxation or meditation and by avoiding synthetic hormones.
Stimulation of the sex glands, eliminating toxins from the body and increasing
circulation can be done with the use of herbs, vitamin and mineral rich fruit and
vegetables, by taking a reputable multi-vitamin and mineral formula and by having
some natural therapies such as reflexology, homeopathy, naturopathy, Chinese herbs
or accupuncture.

Our fertility advice has been helping couples for over ten years to conceive happy
healthy babies, by making a few dietary and lifestyle changes we can help to improve
your chances of conceiving a healthy baby as well.





                                                    Dietary recommendations for preconception, to restore hormonal balance and to increase fertility.

                                                    Good nutrition not only increases fertility and promotes a problem free pregnancy, it also has shown to lead to children born with: even
                                                    and beautiful features, well formed skulls, good posture, no allergies, no mental retardation, advanced development, and well balanced
                                                    emotions.


                                                    To maximize the chances of conceiving, and to ensure a healthy baby is conceived, the mother and father to be have to adopt healthy
                                                    eating habits.


                                                   Some vitamins and minerals are responsible for the production and regulation of sex hormones, elastic cervical mucus, sperm formation
                                                   and production,
a healthy uterus and reproductive tract all imperative for a successful conception attempt, and for the ability for strong
                                                   effective contractions necessary
during labor and delivery.

                                                   Certain Vitamins and mineral deficiencies are responsible for the chances of a woman developing post-natal depression, stretch marks,
                                                   cracked nipples,
suffering unnecessarily from morning sickness and tearing at the time of delivery, there are others responsible for increased
                                                   risk of miscarriage, premature labor,
birth defects, still birth and cot death.

                                                   Other deficiencies are responsible for learning and behaviour problems in children, clef palate and eye abnormalities, spinal chord damage,
                                                   children who
cry excessively and are jittery unsettled babies, along with a whole host of other possible problems and congenital abnormalities.

                                                  Good nutrition is imperative as is the avoidance of all drugs, caffeine, alcohol, nicotine, refined carbohydrates and sugars, pre-packaged,
                                                  deep fried food,
highly processed foods, salt (Celtic sea salt or herb salt is preferred), saturated fats, chemicals and additives.

                                                  We supply you with a detailed list of all Vitamins, Minerals, Superfoods and Foods to Avoid (with alternatives offered) with the importance
                                                  of each; in all
aspects of fertility and reproduction outlining the dangers of deficiencies, the specific importance of each for female and male
                                                  fertility and for the optimum
health or potential dangers for your unborn baby.

                                                  We include the RDA (the recommended daily allowances), cautions and the food sources rich in each of the vitamins and minerals etc.


It is a must for anyone thinking about trying to conceive !


                                                 To access this fully comprehensive dietary information purchase any of the Smart Stork Services or packages.
                                                 To find out more about the Smart Stork Fertility Advice and our prices.




 

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