I’ve written about Vitamin D before: http://draimee.org/vitamin-d-ms-and-pregnancy/ It’s in the news again: http://www.acog.org/from_home/publications/press_releases/nr06-20-11-2.cfm The American College of ObGyn has recently submitted a statement that routine screening for Vitamin D is not recommended. I pasted the link above. The Harvard newsletter (December 2010) recommends 1,000-2,000 IU of vitamin D per day, while the Vitamin D Council [...]
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We all know, now, that after multiple IVF cycles, Celine Dion finally succeeded in becoming pregnant in her early forties, and is now lavishing her love on her twin boys. Hooray for her! She did not give up. So yes, it is absolutely possible, although not always easy, to get pregnant in our forties, especially [...]
Feb 15 2011 in Food for Fertility by
Fast food is a habit and while Iâ€™m all about meals to go, there are certainly some choices that are better than others. If you have the time, delicious versions of the traditional burger combos can be enjoyed at home, with the added bonus of fertility supporting nutrients. Instead of french fries, try yam fries [...]
When youâ€™re on a fertility diet (and even when youâ€™re not), I highly recommend that you eat lean organic meat, with an emphasis on lean and organic.Â When I say meat, I include poultry, so Iâ€™m talking about chicken, beef, lamb, goat, turkey. The main reason to eat organic meat is that itâ€™s free of [...]
I was asked about what foods to eat to strengthen and build the uterine lining so that the embryo is ensured a cushy home in which to bury itself during implantation. The short answer is that if youâ€™re following a fertility diet with an emphasis on no sugar, no overly-processed foods, no (or few) refined [...]