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…Fertility Issues Can Be Affected by the Foods We Eat.
When it comes to fertility challenges or the label “infertility,” it can be much more complicated than egg and sperm quality or uterine linings. Fertility can be affected by the foods we eat, our immune systems, life stress and hormonal imbalances to name a few of the biggest culprits.
We are now looking at food and how it affects fertility. Most of you are already aware of the obvious things when it comes to diet, such as limiting sugar and processed foods, avoiding alcohol and eliminating caffeine. However, many people don’t realize that food sensitivities, even to healthy food items, can impair fertility.
Managing your health and hormones requires a systemic approach beyond simply manipulating one or two hormones in the body. Specialists agree that chronic inflammation in the fallopian tubes prevents proper movement of the egg to the uterus. In addition, they have observed improved sperm counts, motility, and morphology in men by eliminating imbalances in hormone metabolism and gut dysfunction as well as blood sugar and thyroid disruption.
Nutritional Healing’s approach to fertility issues:
“My husband and I were trying to get pregnant for 6 months. I was really becoming discouraged and started to think we may not be able to have kids. I found out that foods I ate could possibly be the problem. My friend encouraged me to see Nutritional Healing. They are amazing! It turns out I had some food sensitivities. So I went through their fertility program. So excited…I’m a momma now! I’m forever thankful!”
At Nutritional Healing, we are helping them lay the groundwork for a healthy body that is capable of getting pregnant and maintaining a healthy pregnancy and delivery. Call for a FREE Health Evaluation (920) HEALING.
For interventions regarding structural abnormalities, or requiring medication or surgical interventions, we are proud to partner with the amazing medical staff at The Kaldas Center in Appleton. Together as a wholistic team, we are able to work with any individual who is struggling with infertility and reproductive health issues.