Fertility issues can arise at anytime to anyone and are more common that you may think. General day to day living bombards us with all kinds of things that can interfere with our ability to conceive – pollution, toxins and stress are just some of the little things that can send us off course. For those who find themselves in this situation, it can be a very trying and upsetting time. Below are a list of recommendations, tips and nutrients essential for reproductive health.
Vitamin E is the reproductive vitamin. It increases blood and oxygen flow to the sex organs.
Essential for proper functioning of the sex organs.
For preconception. Remove toxins and heavy metals which can interfere with fertility.
Contain high levels of vitamin A which is important for reproductive gland function. Not all cod liver oil is the same. Nordic Naturals Arctic Cod liver oil is pure and tested for heavy metals.
So, so important for fertility and also related stress.
-Vitamin B12 maintains fertility.
-Folic acid protects the egg, sperm and genetic material.
-PABA can restore fertility in some women.
Stimulates growth of uterine lining.
Detox, Detox, Detox preferably with a HEEL detox kit (in the top 3 detox kits worldwide and used as the number one choice throughout Europe).
Avoid all chemicals.
Avoid alcohol, caffeine, fried foods, margarine, sugar and junk foods.
Nourish your body with nutrient dense foods such as soups, stews and bone broths.
Avoid known food allergens.
Get regular exercise.
See also Men's fertility
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