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Fertility Diet – What Is Micro-Nutrients Comments Off

Fertility Diet – What Is Micro-Nutrients

Article by Kyle J. Norton







Healthy Diet is always important for all people in any age and even more important for a couple trying to conceive. Most of the couple can be conceive naturally without changing their diet at all, but for some couples it may require some determination and affords, especially if you have try to conceive after a few months without success.

Micro-nutrients contain all kinds of vitamins and minerals which are vital in maintaining our body daily normal activity.1. Folic acidBesides helping in DNA duplication during pregnancyand converting one animo acids into others that increase the function of our body in building skin, muscle and our body tissues, it also promotes ovulation. It is said that folic acid also decreases the risk of celiac disease, thereby reducing the risk of irregular menstrual cycles.

2. IronIt helps to stimulate the production of red blood cells, thus increasing the oxygen absorption into the blood stream, resulting in lessening the risk of anemia, turning glucose into energy by stimulating the production of hemoglobin, promoting other enzymes involved in cell division and assisting signals transmitting between the brain and other parts of the body.

3. Vitamin EVitamin E helps to improve the immune system in regulating the cell duplication and minimize the risk of cell oxidation, balance the production of sex hormones by regulating the function of glands, increases the production of lubrication in the vagina and promotes the heart function in providing nutrients and oxygen for our body cells and regulates the blood flow to the body.

4. Vitamin CVitamin C plays an vital role in increasing the chance of fertility by decreasing the risks of infection and inflammation to the reproductive organs, assisting the digestive system in absorbing vital vitamins and minerals, decreasing the risk of testicle cancer but also decreases the chance of fertility and reducing the risk of abnormal function of a certain class of protein of immune system which binds to the sperm and allows other immune cells to attack them.

5. Vitamin DVitamin D helps in improving the maximum absorption of calcium by our digestive system, strengthening the immune system in regulating cell growth, stimulating and regulating the spleen function in production of insulin, promoting the adrenal gland in regulating the production of tyrosine hydroxylase and slow down the production of leptin from the fat cells.

6. ZincIt helps to improve the chance of fertility by restoring the width of the urinary tract and maintaining proper fluid that help to improve the sperm ejaculation and prevent retrograde ejaculation as well as sperm count, regulates normal cell growth, resulting in lessening the risk of endometrial adhesion and implants, fibroids, cyst, etc. which may interfere with egg fertilization, increasing blood flow to the entire body, including the reproductive organs.

7. CalciumCalcium besides helps in increasing the blood flow to the body by stimulating the blood muscle to expanse, improving the functions of brain cell in transmitting information between themselves and our body glands, promoting insulin secretion from pancreas and building a strong bone and muscle for awoman to carry the baby to full term.

8. SeleniumSelenium guards our body against the bacteria and virus invasion and prevens the immune system abnormal function in recognizing sperm as foreigner and in producing antibody antigen to attack them, prevent oxidation of sperm cell, thus increasing the sperm quality and quantity and maintains the thyroid glands in secreting thyroid hormone.

9. MagnesiumBesides preventing the formation of blood clots in the blood vessels of the heart and stabilizing the blood pressure level, magnesium also helps to regulate the production of insulin by pancreas, works together to control the movement of our body’s muscles and stimulates the production of vasodilator prostacyclins and nitric oxide and alters vascular responses to vasoactive agonists that helps to modulate vascular tone and reactivity.

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http://overcomeinfertility196.blogspot.com/2010/02/fertility-diet-what-is-micro-nutrients.htmlhttp://fertility-infertility.blogspot.com/or my home page athttp://medicaladvisorjournals.blogspot.com



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\”Let Take Care Your Health, Your Health Will Take Care You\” Kyle J. Norton I have been studying natural remedies for disease prevention for over 20 years and working as a financial consultant since 1990. Master degree in Mathematics, teaching and tutoring math at colleges and universities before joining insurance industries.

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Create A Fertility Diet To Improve Fertility Naturally – Simple Steps Anyone Can Take

Article by Rosie D







The Shocking Facts About Fertility

When planning for a baby, few people think about the fact that they may have any difficulty conceiving. The reality is however, that one in six couples will seek medical help or fertility treatment to have a family and one in 10 of these couples will go on to have IVF or assisted conception treatment. This is invariably long and involved as well as stressful and expensive with only a 20-25% possibility of success? So before anyone considers this major step, what can they do to increase their natural fertility and improve their chances of becoming pregnant themselves?

A Balanced Fertility Diet Can Work Wonders

The Nutritional Survey 1995 discovered that the average person in Britain was grossly deficient in 6 out of 8 of the vitamins and minerals surveyed. Less than 1 in 10 receive the RDA (recommended daily allowance) of zinc which is vital for women with hormone problems. Zinc is also of paramount importance for male fertility and sperm production.

Why do we lack these vital nutrients that directly affect the balance of our hormones? It appears that the lack of nutrients in our food is partly due to the poor quality of the soil in which food is grown. Our soil has been farmed to the point where there are not enough nutrients for the plant to absorb to meet our needs. In addition, pesticides and chemicals reduce the soils natural nutrients and once in the food chain, put extra strain on our bodies. Now these things may be difficult for us to alter in the short term, but what we can do is:

Be aware of our processed food culture!

You are probably aware that convenience and processed foods have many of the essential nutrients removed during the manufacturing process to ensure a longer shelf life. But did you also know how much damage we do to our food during the cooking process? It’s true, there should be a government heath warning

“Cooking can destroy the nutrients in our food”

The answer is to eat them raw whenever possible and believe it or not, many vegetables taste better raw – and it saves an awful lot of time if we lead a busy lifestyle.

Choose a Hormone Balancing Fertility Diet

We need to consider our hormones, so what can we do to help ensure our hormones are balanced? Simple answer is to choose a Hormone Balancing Diet.

It’s common sense really, but the demands of modern lifestyle don’t always make it easy. Here are some basic ideas to get you started. And when you do start, you’ll be amazed how much better it tastes!

1. Eat lots of fruit and vegetables, raw when possible

2. Eat complex carbohydrates such as brown rice, whole grains, oats, and wholemeal bread.

3. Lots of phytoestrogens found in beans, lentils, chick peas and soya.

4. Oily fish, nuts, seeds and oils.

5. Reduce saturated fats from dairy produce.

6. Buy organic foods whenever you can or even try growing your own.

7. Drink lots of fluids every day, especially water.

8. Increase your fibre intake.

9. Avoid additives, preservatives and chemicals such as artificial sweeteners.

10. Reduce caffeine.

11. Reduce (Or ideally eliminate) alcohol

There is a great deal we can do to take charge of our own fertility that can reduce the need for medical fertility treatment. The use of a simple hormone balancing fertility diet combined with other lifestyle choices can create a natural fertility treatment that has great power.

If you have found the information above useful you can view Fertility Diet online or please visit our website, http://yourfertilitytreatment.com for more information about natural fertility treatment and improvement.



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Rosie D writes about fertility and the natural methods that can be used to improve your chances of becoming pregnant.

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Don’t Buy ‘Fertility Foods’ – Optimize Ovulation And Conception Through Food Choices!

Article by Cally Sim







We know that diet plays a crucial role in getting your body ready to support a pregnancy. It is really strange that a book titled: ‘Fertility Foods’ actually has more content and advice about exercise and mental health than talking about what to eat and what to avoid eating. Dr. Groll’s research has proven that there is a powerful link between the body’s insulin resistance and fertility problems.

The focus of the book is on the problem of insulin resistance, how it impedes fertility and the diet approach to improve fertility and avoid miscarriage (there is a significant link between insulin resistance and miscarriage too). It contains recommendation on what to eat and the kind of exercises you should be doing. These are all common sense, but presented in an easy to understand and practical way.

The Good: Dr Groll presents a well researched and scientific approach, especially for patients with PCOS. He suggested that following a diet and exercise regime to lose weight and control your insulin surges is reasonable and healthy.

The Bad: There are simply not enough advice on what to eat, what to avoid and recipes that I can use. I expected more from a book with a specific title of ‘Fertility Foods’. The diet program suggested in the book is based on the Atkin’s Diet, which, like any other diet program to lose weight, I believe will just not work for everyone.

Verdict: The basis of the book of a high protein, low carb diet (based on Atkin’s diet) and exercise to lose weight and improve insulin resistance is a novel approach to the topic of infertility. Although this book offers some sound advice, I feel that it is not for everyone. The simple idea of adopting a diet to lose weight has it’s flaw, and I feel that only a change of lifestyle and diet that lasts can bring a genuine effect on your weight and health.



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At your wits end trying to get pregnant? Diet is only a part of the puzzle to increase you chances of conceiving. For some powerful information on how to get pregnant FAST, click HERE

More practical tips on how to get pregnant (and what to do after you succeed), available at http://practicalresult.com

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Don’t Buy ‘Fertility Foods’ – Optimize Ovulation And Conception Through Food Choices!

Article by Cally Sim







We know that diet plays a crucial role in getting your body ready to support a pregnancy. It is really strange that a book titled: ‘Fertility Foods’ actually has more content and advice about exercise and mental health than talking about what to eat and what to avoid eating. Dr. Groll’s research has proven that there is a powerful link between the body’s insulin resistance and fertility problems.

The focus of the book is on the problem of insulin resistance, how it impedes fertility and the diet approach to improve fertility and avoid miscarriage (there is a significant link between insulin resistance and miscarriage too). It contains recommendation on what to eat and the kind of exercises you should be doing. These are all common sense, but presented in an easy to understand and practical way.

The Good: Dr Groll presents a well researched and scientific approach, especially for patients with PCOS. He suggested that following a diet and exercise regime to lose weight and control your insulin surges is reasonable and healthy.

The Bad: There are simply not enough advice on what to eat, what to avoid and recipes that I can use. I expected more from a book with a specific title of ‘Fertility Foods’. The diet program suggested in the book is based on the Atkin’s Diet, which, like any other diet program to lose weight, I believe will just not work for everyone.

Verdict: The basis of the book of a high protein, low carb diet (based on Atkin’s diet) and exercise to lose weight and improve insulin resistance is a novel approach to the topic of infertility. Although this book offers some sound advice, I feel that it is not for everyone. The simple idea of adopting a diet to lose weight has it’s flaw, and I feel that only a change of lifestyle and diet that lasts can bring a genuine effect on your weight and health.



About the Author

At your wits end trying to get pregnant? Diet is only a part of the puzzle to increase you chances of conceiving. For some powerful information on how to get pregnant FAST, click HERE

More practical tips on how to get pregnant (and what to do after you succeed), available at http://practicalresult.com

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