Making Healthy Babies

In the 21st century the new epidemic in western countries is infertility. Fortunately, the natural options and their success rates are encouraging.

Processed, empty and enzymatically dead foods, too much alcohol, putting off having children until later and later in life: All this adds up to more and more conception problems.

While medical intervention is expensive and often has a low success rate, the option of using natural remedies is of growing interest with comparatively lower costs and encouraging success rates.

A new website www.MyHealthyBabies.com brings together useful resources for couples experiencing fertility difficulties. It features good research from scientific studies, practitioners’ results with their clients and feedback from couples, and a forum to ask your fertility-related questions.

Fertility issues only means a reduced ability to have a child and for most couples is a temporary issue that can be overcome with nutrition and lifestyle changes. Unfortunately, doctors are not trained in nutrition and in many cases seem to have been brainwashed against any idea that the junk food most people are eating can be the major factor in fertility issues.

 

THERE ARE A NUMBER OF CONDITIONS THAT CAN INHIBIT FERTILITY IN WOMEN:

  • Lack of ovulation due to hormonal imbalance or cysts in the ovary
  • Irregular ovulation and poor cervical mucous that damages or impedes sperm activity
  • Embryo implantation difficulties
  • Premature menopause
  • Uterine fibroids

Likely caused by starchy carb diet and sugary processed foods coupled with lack of essential nutrients for hormone balance.

Failure of the fallopian tubes to carry eggs from the ovary to the uterus. Scarring of the fallopian tubes as a result of infections such as gonorrhea and chlamydia, endometriosis or prior surgery.

Likely caused by starchy carb
diet and sugary processed foods coupled with lack of essential enzymes and nutrients for hormone balance, other than structural problems needing intervention.

Emotional issues

Important minerals and amino acids deficiency.

MEN’S ISSUES

Sexual dysfunction (erectile problems or impotence)

Likely caused by starchy carb diet and sugary processed foods coupled with lack of essential enzymes and nutrients for healthy blood flow.

  • Low sperm count
  • Poor sperm motility
  • Malformed or improperly formed sperm
  • Blockage of the sperm ducts

Likely caused by starchy carb diet and sugary processed foods coupled with lack of essential enzymes and nutrients for healthy sperm.

Emotional issues

Important minerals and amino acids deficiency.

 

RECOMMENDED FOR FERTILITY

Serra Plus+TM helps promote better well-being for your whole body including the fallopian tubes and anywhere blockages need resolving. This good value formula provides powerful strength 80,000IU, enteric coated for the best absorption. Also highly recommended is HealthPointTM as acupuncture has been shown to help fertility (see our news story on page 6 and HealthPointTM article on pages 72-73).

Other helpful products are Healthy FlowTM Powder for healthy circulation and male infertility; astaXanthinTM powerful antioxidant; MacaProTM and Hemp Oil.

 

LIFESTYLE CHANGES TO HELP UNEXPLAINED INFERTILITY

There are many lifestyle options available to couples experiencing fertility difficulties:

  • Stop eating all starchy carbohydrates (breads, pastry, cookies, breakfast cereals, rice, potatoes and pasta), processed foods and cow’s milk products. Try to stick to only Quinoa and the other carb alternatives, shown at www. ReallyHealthyFoods.com
  • Eat 5-10 portions of vegetables daily and 3-5 portions of low sugar dark-skinned fruits per day
  • Eat 5 portions of beans, nuts and seeds per day
  • Include 3 teaspoons of rock or sea salt in your food daily
  • Include Hemp, Omega 3 or Krill Oil and other healthy oils such as Olive oil
  • If eating meat/fish, make sure they are wild oily fish and grass-fed meats
  • Drink 6-8 x 250ml (8fl oz) glasses of water per day with a pinch of bicarbonate of soda
  • Take supplements that improve fertility and a healthy reproductive system

Visit www.MyHealthyBabies.com.

 

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