While many are thinking about their “Summer Bodies,” we believe it’s what’s on the inside that matters most, especially when you’re trying to conceive.
We know it can be challenging to stay motivated, but sometimes, when you feel like you’re not getting the results you want, it’s time to try something new. As Einstein once said, “Insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results.”
This is why we’re inviting you to join our 5-Day Summer Fertility Challenge that starts Monday, July 19th. Not only will this challenge offer you an unparalleled level of support to help keep you going, but it will offer new insight into your fertility journey!
Functional Health Coaching
Did you know that using a functional health coaching approach can pinpoint potential healing opportunities and exploring health and wellness factors? Diet is an essential factor and one that gets overlooked when it comes to reproductive health. Whether you have low AMH, unexplained infertility, fibroids, PCOS, endometriosis, or male factor infertility – a customized diet is essential. Our Fab Fertile Method offers you a personalized plan that includes the best foods for your body.
“How?” you ask?
Using a functional approach we determine how and why illness occurs and restores health by addressing each individual’s root causes, including infertility. Also, our Fab Fertile Fertility Preparation Program looks at missed health aspects. We will ask questions that your conventional doctor may not have considered. This can include lifestyle changes to remove environmental toxins and nutritional supplements, which may be preventing you from achieving a pregnancy.
Overall, some health aspects related to your diet that you should consider when trying to conceive are:
- Carrying excess weight can impact male and female fertility as it may throw off your hormonal balance. Research shows that probiotics can help manage weight as part of a healthy diet and exercise regime.
- Harmful bacteria and yeast. Unfriendly bacteria and yeast can make the uterus a less hospitable environment for an embryo. Equally, these bacteria can negatively impact sperm quality. Supporting friendly bacteria in the microbiome can help manage bad bacteria and yeasts, improving sperm quality or uterus health.
- Temporary inflammation can occur due to injury, irritation, or bad bacteria. This can affect your period and immune system, which can impact your ability to conceive.
- Sperm quality. The more densely populated with sperm semen is, the higher the chances are of a sperm reaching the egg. In addition, new research suggests that a healthy microbiome can support sperm quality. One study found that when the probiotic lactobacillus was in the semen microbiome, sperm was more likely to be normal and healthy.
Fab Fertile can naturally help you supercharge your fertility with superfoods, recipes for smoothies, soups, salads, entrees, and more during these next five days.
Addressing the Emotional Aspects of Infertility
As part of our challenge, we provide emotional support that strengthens resilience and shifts perspective to know that you will be parents or add to your family.
A recent study observed that it took women with high alpha-amylase levels, a stress-related enzyme in saliva, 29% longer to get pregnant than women with lower enzyme levels. This means that your body picks up on chronic stress and, again, through a shift of hormones, determines that stressful times aren’t the optimal time to conceive.
It is both understandable and evident that infertility patients experience distress, depression, anxiety, and decreased quality of life. Therefore, during this challenge, we will walk you through proven relaxation techniques and stress management strategies that help you regain control and cope with infertility in a much more positive way.
So, are you up for a challenge that will not only help maximize your chances of conception but improve your overall health?
We hope so!
Click here NOW to join 5-Day Summer Fertility LIVE Challenge!
Sarah Clark empowers couples to discover how lifestyle and diet can dramatically impact their chances of conceiving. She was diagnosed with premature ovarian failure at 28 and had both her kids with donor eggs. Not until years later did she discover that the root cause of her infertility was a food intolerance and later a gut infection.
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