One of the greatest joys in life is for you or your partner to conceive and carry a child. Fertility for Beginners is your guide to healthy and effective methods for increasing your fertility naturally, and getting one step closer to becoming pregnant.
Perhaps you have been trying to conceive for some time, or perhaps you are just beginning to explore your options. With supportive advice and practical steps, Fertility for Beginners will show you how to make simple changes to your lifestyle and diet in order to improve your fertility naturally. Lifestyle changes can have as much effect on fertility as medical issues or medical intervention. And this handy starter guide gives you the tools you need to eat healthy, reduce stress, and treat your body kindly in order to naturally induce fertility and prepare your body for conception.
Fertility for Beginners will coach you through the basics of increasing fertility naturally with:
• A primer on the science of fertility, and how to chart your body’s fertility cycle
• Useful tips for ways to cultivate a healthy lifestyle for greater fertility, including stress management, suggested tests, and natural treatments to consider
• Information on how to nourish your body to improve fertility, including what foods to eat and what foods to avoid
• A 7-day fertility meal plan to help you begin the Fertility Diet, with numerous delectable recipes like Baked Apples with Almonds and Honey, or Citrus-Soy Salmon
Fertility for Beginners will help you increase your fertility naturally so you can take the worry out of conceiving a child, and instead enjoy this special time in your life.
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Great reference in general for future mom&dad :)
The charts, references, glossary, and basic information on fertility go beyond the basic dietary advice implied in the title. For anyone looking to know more about fertility in general, this book provides most to all that you would want to know for both partners. The author writes for the women and men looking to make a family. There are basic food lists as well as recipes suited for most any diet.
I found this book to be mediocre. I’m pretty skeptical when books are regularly mentioning a few scientific studies for the basis of their claims without actually talking much about the studies—how they were carried out and potential problems with them. Nonetheless, the ideas might be worth a try. The recipes are a bit strange to me and I don’t see myself using them because they have some ingredients that are too expensive for me or that I wouldn’t know where to find.
What you need to know
This book targets everything you need to know about ovulation and fertility from eating and living healthy to charting personal fertility on a scientific basis. I would recommend this book to anyone who had been trying to get pregnant for a while or those who have just decided to have a baby. There is great info for men as well as women in this book.