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Book Reviews > Female Fertility

Groundbreaking Research Reveals Natural Ways to Boost Ovulation and Improve Your Chances of Getting Pregnant.

The Fertility DietThe Fertility Diet: Groundbreaking Research Reveals Natural Ways to Boost Ovulation and Improve Your Chances of Getting Pregnant
New research from the world-famous "Nurses' Health Study" reveals what women eat can improve their fertility. Two of the researchers of the highly respected "Nurses' Health Study" distill the wisdom of this groundbreaking research into 10 easy-to-follow principles. The book shows you how to choose the best fats, carbs, and proteins, cut back on coffee and alcohol, and, best of all, enjoy your favorite foods like ice cream - all to boost ovulation and increase the odds of getting pregnant.

The Infertility Cure: The Ancient Chinese Programme for Getting PregnantThe Infertility Cure
The Ancient Chinese Programme for Getting Pregnant
This highly effective programme for women struggling to become pregnant draws on the proven, centuries-old techniques of traditional Chinese medicine to cure infertility. Dr Lewis explains in clear, accessible prose how any woman can identify the imbalances in her body - and how these imbalances can then be treated with a simple plan that entails lifestyle changes, diet, herbs and acupressure. On its own or in conjunction with traditional Western medical treatments, THE INFERTILITY CURE offers women hope - and what they desire most: a healthy baby.

Zita West's Guide to Getting Pregnant: The Complete Programme from the Renowned Fertility ExpertZita West's Guide to Getting Pregnant
The Complete Programme from the Renowned Fertility Expert
A pioneer in the field of fertility, Zita West's programme is invaluable for couples trying to conceive. Harley Street's most popular fertility expert, and favourite consultant to celebrity clients, guides the reader through a process of vital physical and mental preparation. The book is for every couple trying to conceive and has fascinating advice taken from Zita's 20 years of experience as midwife and 7 years as an acupuncturist. It provides a structured, easy-to-follow step-by-step programme, complete with case studies and and enormously detailed questionnaire. The guide includes details on: - when and how often to have sex - what can prevent fertilisation and conception - everything you need to know about sperm and ovulation - nutrition, supplements and herbs - complementary therapies such as acupressure, lymphatic massage and hypnotherapy - how to overcome stress and other emotional blocks to pregnancy - PCOS, endometriosis and other health issues - tests and procedures if there is a problem - and much much more.
 

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