Zinc the Fertility Mineral

Zinc the Fertility Mineral

I think most of would agree that maintaining a healthy body is an important goal in life. But, when getting ready and trying to conceive, a healthy body is of the utmost importance.

A zinc deficiency by itself will not make your infertile, but it is an important mineral that nourishes parts of the reproductive system. Zinc works with more than 300 different enzymes in the body to keep things working properly. When zinc is in short supply, your cells cannot divide correctly and your balance of estrogen to progesterone can become imbalanced. Continue reading

Proper Pregnancy Preparation (PPP) ARE YOU PREPARED?

Proper Pregnancy Preparation (PPP)  ARE YOU PREPARED?

 

Heart-Hands-FeetI love talking with my clients and prospective clients! I always learn from them and I know that they learn from me. One of the first steps I take with clients when they have applied for a Pregnancy Potential Strategy Session is to call them and have a “chat”. I love hearing “your” story and learning about “your” journey. Each journey is different yet has a common thread – the desperate desire for a baby!

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FISH: IS IT SAFE FOR FERTILITY AND PREGNANCY?

FISH: IS IT SAFE FOR FERTILITY AND PREGNANCY?
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This question is asked of me all the time whenever I speak at an event or when working with clients.  The answer is a resounding YES!  Seafood is actually one of the Sacred Foods of Fertility, but there are a few cautions.  Mercury is a concern when it comes to seafood.  So knowing what type of fish to choose is important, but by all means, include it in your meal plans!  Overall, fish is a health food like no other (unless you are allergic to it)!  Continue reading

Spice up your meals

Spice up your meals

Did you know that several herbs are actually good for your health and fertility?  One that I LOVE is THYME.  It has many flavonoids that are great antioxidants.  Thyme is also rich in manganese which is essential for pregnancy and carrying full-term.  It also causes DHA (an omega 3 fatty acid) to increase.  DHA is so important for conception and the development of your baby’s brain and eyes (retina).  So, don’t hesitate to use Thyme in your recipes!