Feed Your Fertility: Your Guide to Cultivating a Healthy Pregnancy with Chinese Medicine, Real Food, and Holistic Living Info

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Do you want to make a healthy baby and have a healthy
pregnancy?

Are you interested in a holistic approach to
fertility?

Do you need to optimize your fertility due to your age
or health conditions?

Are you trying to conceive and experiencing
challenges?

Very few women and men expect to have trouble when it
comes to having a family, and coming up against obstacles can bring
about epic levels of stress. Deciding what steps to take can be
absolutely baffling.

The good news is that Feed Your Fertility
is here to help you. Inside, fertility professionals and authors
Emily Bartlett and Laura Erlich will guide you on a path to making the
nutritional and lifestyle changes you need to help support healthy
fertility and pregnancy. Inside you'll learn:

-How your
lifestyle may be inhibiting your ability to conceive - and what to do
about it

-Why popular fertility diets may be leading you down the
wrong road

-What foods to eat to optimize and nourish your
fertility, and how to adopt a real foods diet

-How to determine
your personal health imbalances that may be interfering with your
fertility

-How to use Chinese medicine to bring your body into
balance and improve your odds of conception

-How to streamline
your supplements and take only what you really need

-Your natural
and medical treatment options for common fertility issues

-How to
navigate the medical fertility world and when to seek help

Get
your pregnancy on track the natural, time-tested way and enjoy your
journey to motherhood with Feed Your Fertility.

"It takes a
village to raise a baby, to start a family... I say it takes a village
to simply start taking charge of your own body in our culture today.
Food and environment can be the break, or the breakthrough. Laura Erlich
and Emily Bartlett have detailed and provided the map and menu for
healing and supporting a body so it is able to welcome new life and
energy." - Selma Blair, actress and mother

"Down to earth
and practical, Feed your Fertility delivers accessible fertility wisdom
that can easily be applied to your daily life. Those who are navigating
through the sometimes difficult and confusing labyrinth toward better
fertility probably don't need better reproductive clinics; they need
simple, sensible guidance. Feed Your Fertility provides easy to follow
solutions for taking charge of your reproductive health." - Randine
Lewis, L.Ac., Ph.D., author of The Infertility Cure and The Way of the
Fertile Soul


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Reviews for Feed Your Fertility: Your Guide to Cultivating a Healthy Pregnancy with Chinese Medicine, Real Food, and Holistic Living:

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Aug 04, 2015

This was an interesting take on fertility using both modern medicine and traditional Chinese medicine. As a health teacher and someone who is quite educated on the body and the reproductive system, I was pleased to find correct information about fertility and trying to conceive. Often, fertility advice is simply too basic or lacks little knowledge of how many women's bodies actually work; this book definitely had the information right. Also, it had a lot of good explanations regarding the causes This was an interesting take on fertility using both modern medicine and traditional Chinese medicine. As a health teacher and someone who is quite educated on the body and the reproductive system, I was pleased to find correct information about fertility and trying to conceive. Often, fertility advice is simply too basic or lacks little knowledge of how many women's bodies actually work; this book definitely had the information right. Also, it had a lot of good explanations regarding the causes of infertility and the treatments from the perspectives of both Western and Eastern medicine. I would recommend this book for those wanting to look at fertility from a different angle. ...more
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Jun 04, 2017

I'll be honest, once or twice a year I get the itch to look for a new diet that will fix all my health problems. I don't really think there's a diet to fix everything anymore, but it gives me something to try.

As a loose follower of the Weston Price diet, and researcher of my health problems, 1/2 to 2/3s of the information in this book was old news to me. However, the Chinese medicine parts of the book were intriguing. Personally, I think that often the Chinese medicine theories have solutions I'll be honest, once or twice a year I get the itch to look for a new diet that will fix all my health problems. I don't really think there's a diet to fix everything anymore, but it gives me something to try.

As a loose follower of the Weston Price diet, and researcher of my health problems, 1/2 to 2/3s of the information in this book was old news to me. However, the Chinese medicine parts of the book were intriguing. Personally, I think that often the Chinese medicine theories have solutions that work, even if their explanations of what's going on are less than accurate. (They even mention in the book that the theories should be taken as metaphorical.) I don't know if I actually have Yin and Yang energies that fluctuate throughout the day and month, but as it more or less translates to eating warming foods early in the day and cooling foods later in the day, there is a certain logic to the system.

I don't know if this system of eating works at all, but it gives me something to try that generally points me in the direction of eating more healthy food anyway, so at this point I don't see a down side to giving it a try. ...more
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Jun 28, 2018

Fantastic read. I cannot recommend it enough. It is incredibly informative!

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