Diets for health are plentiful. Can a fertility friendly diet help boost your fertility potential? Let’s fill in the gaps and make life easier for you.
After years of interviewing and helping women with low AMH levels there is something they all have in common with each other. It is so fundamental it underpins their entire fertile health and is the primary reason for infertility.
Most people don’t want to waste their hard-earned money and time, hoping a treatment will work, only to discover it hasn’t.
In this article you will know how to tell the difference between science and hype.
Ten years ago most IVF clinics refused to let women with low AMH levels use their eggs because success rates were that low. Donor eggs were the only option. A 2010 study on success rates of women with low AMH levels using their eggs are between 2% – 8% per cycle.
Many studies are showing the effectiveness of supplements on the fertility of mice. Are these supplements then tested on people for the same results before going to market? The answer is no. They are not, and legislation says they do not have to be tested on people first either.
There are some significant studies on melatonin and how it can improve egg quality and preserve ovarian health in later age. On the back of these studies, melatonin is produced in labs and sold everywhere.
For as long as people have lived, the idea of ‘The Fountain of Youth’ and eternal life has fascinated us. According to some studies EPA/DHA Omega 3 is as close to we can come to that. They go as far as to say “consumption of EPA/DHA Omega 3 can delay ovarian decline and improve egg quality.”
Knowing the right supplements to take can be confusing. Do they do what you need it to?
In this article you will find everything you need to know about Myo-inositol, what it does, do you need it and who should be using it.
L-Arginine is included in many formulas for improving egg health. Will it help you?
What does the science say?
There are 2 main studies on L-Arginine for improving female fertility.
Too much and too little will both harm your fertility. It is proven that people and mice with vitamin D deficiency reduces their ability to breed. Same goes if you have an excess of Vitamin D too