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What’s the Deal with Gluten?

What’s the Deal with Gluten?

Gluten is a protein found in wheat, rye and barley. It helps bind foods.  Gluten sensitivity (non-Celiac gluten sensitivity or NCGS) can cause a lot of reactions including inflammation and hormonal imbalances. Chronic inflammation is linked to infertility, PCOS,...

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Support for Black Women with Infertility

Support for Black Women with Infertility

Black women are twice as likely to have infertility as white women, twice as likely to say they are not comfortable discussing infertility and less likely to seek infertility treatment. Fortunately, there are many organizations providing support and resources. Here...

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Higher Pesticides, Lower Fertility

Higher Pesticides, Lower Fertility

Did you know that women who ate more than two servings of high-pesticide fruits and vegetables each day were 18% less likely to become pregnant, and 26% less likely to have a live birth than women with less exposure to pesticides according to a study published in...

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This Really Works

This Really Works

Fill in the blank: I’ve been really ­­­­­__________ the last couple of weeks. That’s what I asked my readers to do. And here’s what they said: anxious, angry, sad, pissed, on hold… It’s hard to navigate those when your routine is upside down, you’re social distancing...

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The Mediterranean Diet is a Fertility Diet

The Mediterranean Diet is a Fertility Diet

You’ve probably heard that the Mediterranean diet promotes heart health, protects against diabetes and increases longevity. Research shows that the Mediterranean diet is a fertility diet too,  increasing the chance of IVF success. So what do you eat on a Mediterranean...

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