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Nutrition, Lifestyle & Supplementation

It’s often said: “You are what you eat.” This concept holds up equally well when it comes to our fertility status. Diet, alcohol, tobacco and drug use, exercise, vitamins… all of these factors can have a direct effect on our ability to conceive. Here you’ll find helpful information about how nutrition and lifestyle impact your fertility.

New Study: Exploring the Role of Proteomics in Improving Sperm Health

By Chris D. Meletis, N.D. In 45% of couples, male infertility is the reason for not being able to get pregnant. Many studies  have found that antioxidant supplements can boost sperm health in men who are infertile. Now, a new study digs deeper and sheds light on exactly why antioxidants may improve sperm health and […]

Robitussin For Fertility FAQ

Robitussin (Guaifenesin) for Support of Healthy Cervical Mucus Production At first most people wonder what on earth a cough syrup has to do with fertility, but the logic is easily found in the fact that it is an expectorant and is being used to loosen and thin mucus – just in a different place than […]

Progesterone and Fertility

Fertility & Progesterone Progesterone is recognized as a vital female hormone central to successful conception and a healthy pregnancy. The word “progesterone” is itself etymologically related to the Latin root gestare – meaning to bear or carry – suggesting the importance of this hormone in creating a fertile environment for conception and the continuing development […]

Cervical Mucus Changes During Ovulation

Cervical Mucus Analysis in Ovulation Prediction The presence and tactile consistency of a woman’s cervical fluid undergoes a number of changes during her menstrual cycle. By observing changes in cervical fluid, a woman can predict ovulation – her most fertile time for conceiving a baby. One of the purposes of cervical mucus – during the […]

Red Clover: Is It Safe and Effective For Fertility?

Red Clover: Is It Safe and Effective for Fertility?

By Chris D. Meletis, N.D. Red clover is a botanical traditionally used among midwives to support fertility and reproductive health. It’s also well-known among many menopausal women as a means to support overall health and well-being.1 Red clover contains plant-based estrogens known as phytoestrogens. These phytoestrogens—or isoflavones as they’re sometimes called—can behave similarly to natural […]

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