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Thursday, 5 October 2017  |  Editor
maximum fertility health for women and for men

In today’s more stressful lifestyle, with snatched meals, hectic schedule and pre-packed, badly designed, packaged food, we don’t get what we need. That’s why such a high proportion of people now take multivitamins to top up the deficiency in their diets.

At different times of life and at times of more specific needs, we need to examine what nutrients are necessary and a “one size fits all” multivitamin just won’t cut it. So you need two special multivitamins: one for women and one for men. This article shows where they are different and why.

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Monday, 15 May 2017  |  Editor
Do supplements really help fertility?

It goes without saying that a healthy diet is crucial to a successful pregnancy and a healthy baby but many people are unaware that diet can help to correct hormone imbalances that may affect your ability to conceive. There are also certain foods and drinks that are known to lower fertility.

But can supplements help and should you consider them?

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Thursday, 22 September 2016  |  Editor
Top 12 Nutrients for healthy Sperm

When you consider that about 300 million sperm will be trying to make their way to the cervix, but only one million will make it that far, and out of that one million only 200 will make it to the fallopian tubes, only to bounce off the egg while trying to get in (through a wall thatís 300% thicker than the head of the sperm), itís a wonder that any of them ever make it.

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Wednesday, 1 June 2016  |  Editor
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Monday, 18 April 2016  |  Editor
Choline Supplements in Pregnancy Improve the memory of Offspring

A Spanish study has shown how supplementing with the B vitamin choline during pregnancy leads to offspring with a better memory.

A research team from the University of Granada compared the offspring of rats who were either supplemented with or deprived of choline during pregnancy, plus a control group on a standard diet.

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Monday, 7 March 2016  |  Editor
Bone density at age 20 linked to motherís vitamin D status during pregnancy

A new study has shown that we need to start supporting our bone density much earlier that we imagined. We have known for some time that our bone density peaks in our 20s, and so it may be wise to actively nourish our bones through diet and weight-bearing exercise throughout our adult life. This study goes one step further, showing that the motherís vitamin D status during pregnancy affects the health of her offspringís bones in later years.

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Monday, 7 December 2015  |  Editor
Fish Oil and Pregnant Women

The American Pregnancy Association states that the typical American diet is lacking in omega-3 fatty acids, so finding ways to add fish oil to your diet in pregnancy is important.

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Wednesday, 25 November 2015  |  Editor
Folic acid is so vital in pregnancy it may be added to bread

Adding folic acid to bread and flour would save hundreds of babies, say health experts. The Scientific Advisory Committee on Nutrition is calling for folic acid to be added to bread and flour. Pregnant women are still not getting enough folic acid, health experts warn.

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Tuesday, 12 May 2015  |  Editor
The Best Start For Your Baby

During pregnancy, your baby is totally reliant on what you eat as his or her only source of nourishment. So even with a good diet, extra specific nutrients can be important. Mums, even in Western developed countries, are often deficient in vitamins and minerals. Normal brain and eye development of the foetus

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Tuesday, 5 May 2015  |  Editor
Top Ten Nutrients For Healthy Sperm

When you consider that about 300 million sperm will be trying to make their way to the cervix, but only one million will make it that far, and out of that one million only 200 will make it to the fallopian tubes, only to bounce off the egg while trying to get in (through a wall thatís 300% thicker than the head of the sperm), itís a wonder that any of them ever make it.

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