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How Caffeine Impacts Fertility When Trying to Conceive

If you’ve ever wondered how caffeine impacts fertility when trying to conceive then here’s the latest science and it’s not good news for coffee drinkers or chocoholics. As Natural Fertility Specialists we’ve collected the facts to share as a fertility infographic because in clinical practice we know that while certain lifestyle habits die hard, overcoming…

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Can Losing Weight Increase Your Chances of Getting Pregnant?

As Natural Fertility Specialists we’ve collected the facts to share as a fertility infographic because in clinical practice we know that while certain lifestyle habits die hard, overcoming them can and does make a difference especially to people that have struggled trying to coneive.  If you’ve been trying to conceive or keep a healthy pregnancy…

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Can Gluten and Dairy Impact Fertility?

On Monday 13th August 2018 I was contacted by Annabel Hennessey from the Daily Telegraph wanting to know my opinion on AMA (NSW) Councillor, Dr Kathryn Austin and Dr Alexander Polyakov’s lack of agreement with my position on dairy and gluten. It was clear from the final published article that scientific evidence and public education…

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How Drinking Alcohol Can Contribute to Infertility

The link between drinking alcohol and infertility has long been debated, however the expert consensus is that there is no safe level of consumption for a teratogenic substance (i.e. one that causes mutations and abnormalities) when a couple desires a healthy conception. This is even of greater importance for couples challenged by fertility problems or…

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Are Heavy Metals Playing Havoc With Your Fertility?

Heavy metals are natural components of the Earth’s crust. However to the body, they are poisonous substances even in very small quantities. They enter our food and water supply by industrial and consumer waste, or even from acidic rain breaking down soils and releasing heavy metals into streams, lakes, rivers, and groundwater. Heavy meals are…

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Quit Smoking

Quit Smoking today! You already know that smoking is bad for your health. It destroys the lungs, increases your risk of cancer, and generally shortens your life span. How does it affect your fertility? Consider these studies… Women who smoke are half as likely to conceive. (Journal of Biosocial Science) Couples who  smoke  during  IVF…

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Avoid Toxins and Pollutants in Your Environment

Toxins and Pollutants are one of the major contributing factors of infertility. Fertility problems can occur due to exposure to environmental chemicals and various types of radiation. By taking control over your environment, by trying to avoid toxins, you can take back control of your health and fertility. According to studies cited in Environmental Health…

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Quit it! How Smoking Harms Your Fertility

Everyone knows that smoking is hazardous to health; and that the sooner one quits, the better the body is able to repair and reverse the effects smoking has had on various bodily functions and systems. Most studies and public warnings focus on the adverse effects of smoking on the respiratory and the cardiovascular systems. However,…

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How Much Would You Like To Quit Cigarettes?

Have you tried to quit smoking before and did not work? You think you can’t? NOW YOU CAN QUIT SMOKING! The QUIT CIGARETTES IN 60 MINUTES™ program will help you to quit cigarettes in one session of 60 minutes. That’s right! Sounds incredible… and it is! 95% of the people who experienced this program gave…

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How To Live & Eat To Prevent Anovulation

If you are trying to conceive, anovulation is the last thing you want to discover. It can be disheartening to hear from your doctor that you are not ovulating regularly. Anovulation, is one of the most distressing causes of “infertility” or delayed conception for most women because it’s easy to feel out of control and…

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Are Your Cosmetics Making You Infertile?

Most cosmetics contain a combination of at least some of the following ingredients: water, emulsifier, preservative, thickener, colour, fragrance and pH stabilisers. 1. Emulsifiers Creams and lotions are based on emulsions—small droplets of oil dispersed in water or small droplets of water dispersed in oil. Since oil and water don’t mix, emulsifiers are added to…

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Love your Liver For A Natural Fertility Boost

Optimum natural fertility depends upon excellent general health, which can only be attained when our body’s metabolic processes are nourished and well balanced. This is where the liver comes in. The liver is one of the most important organs in the body because it governs approximately 500 metabolic processes to ensure optimum health and fertility.…

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The Dangers of Soy

Soy will negatively impact on your health and fertility Is soy bad for you? It may come as a surprise after being exposed to millions of dollars worth of ‘soy super-food’ advertising over the last couple of decades –  especially in relation to your fertility, soy it is NOT recommended. It’s been promoted as a…

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Top 3 Infertility Causing Foods To Avoid

Food is meant to nourish the body and optimise health, which in turn has a positive impact on fertility yet the wrongs foods can and do contribute to our growing infertility rates. If you wanted nothing more than simply be as healthy as possible, you would need to do your very best to avoid these…

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Avoid Chemicals: 7 Ways to Prevent Chemical Infertility

We often underestimate the impact of chemicals on our bodies and immediate environment. However, most chemicals are toxic to our body cells and metabolic functions. There should be no doubt in one’s mind about the extent to which chemicals in our immediate environments including our homes and offices can negatively impact on our fertility and…

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