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Wednesday, January 21, 2015
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Cottonseed and Fertility

From Toxicology Vol 36 No 5, May 1998 Cottonseed contains toxins that harm male fertility, according to an article in the medical journal Toxicology. The latest research suggests that Gossypol, a potent male contraceptive found in cottonseed, may harm the Sertoli cells that are crucial for healthy sperm creation. Two Chinese studies have looked at […]

Saturday, January 18, 2014

Supporting the Female Ovulation Cycle: Fertility Foods That Boost Progesterone Levels

Low levels of progesterone are one of the most common causes of fertility difficulties and miscarriages and one of the easiest to fix with both progesterone boosting foods and natural progesterone enhancing cream made from wild yams. Some fertility specialists recommend preventative supplementation to all women over 35, a practice considered highly controversial among holistically […]

Saturday, January 18, 2014
Fresh Herbs on wood cutting board Ovulation boosting herbs

Fertility Foods: 3 Cooking Herbs for Ovulation Boost

Fertility foods and fertility boosting herbs have been used by wisewomen and men of myriad traditions for thousands of years. I don’t think any of us have any doubt that food, supplements and herbs can be powerful fertility meds which affect all aspects of the female ovulation cycle. Knowing exactly what it is that an herb or food […]

Monday, December 16, 2013

Supporting the Female Ovulation Cycle: Fertility Foods That Increase Estrogen Levels

An ever increasing volume of research proves the beneficial effect of fertility foods, natural fertility supplements and natural fertility herbs on the functioning of the endocrine system and all aspects of the female ovulation cycle. Read on to learn about foods that help increase estrogen levels, and see the food and supplement-related chapters in The […]

Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Prenatal Vitamins Do’s and Don’ts: Choosing the Best Prenatal Supplements for You and Your Baby

Prenatal Vitamins: Do You Really Need Them? In an ideal world of nutrient rich soil and a diet of wild plants, daily herbal infusions, and organically grown foods, prenatal supplements, or supplements in general, would be obsolete.  But in spite of controversial studies and myriad opinions, the majority of holistically minded health practitioners vote in […]

Thursday, January 26, 2012
Brown Rice Pudding

Fertile Heart Chef’s Favorite Brown Rice Pudding:

In macrobiotic literature, overcooked short grain brown rice is a hormone balancing agent.  This favorite of our family, is a delicious way to take advantage of this grain’s fertile properties. Almond milk is alkalizing and a good source of protein. So curl up with a good book, and luxuriate! This is an easy recipe. It takes […]

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