According to reports, around 1 million couples worldwide undergo fertility treatments every year, out of which one- third of them are told that they have unexplained or idiopathic infertility. It is at this point that these couples must decide if they want to look into child adoption perhaps, and unfortunately they have to do so without truly understanding the reason for their infertility. Unexplained infertility can be disheartening and frustrating at the same time because the couple is told that the explanation for their inability to conceive cannot be found in either the male or the female even after analysis of sperm and uterus or fallopian tubes.… Continue Reading...
A recent article in a Health policy blog says that a woman’s consumption of some foods and drinks during pregnancy is detrimental to the baby’s health. Nutritionists henceforth recommend that a pregnant woman’s diet should involve a variety of foods and beverages. They deliver important nutrients that are essential for a baby’s growth and development. A healthy pregnancy results in a healthy baby.
Let us take a look at 8 of the top tips for eating healthy during pregnancy:
Try to not avoid breakfast
- Fortified foods make a fine option for breakfast.
You know that a healthy diet is a must if you want to stay healthy and live longer. It is truer during pregnancy as you have another soul growing inside you.
It is wiser to start focusing more on healthy diet and prenatal care when you start planning for a baby. It helps you get used to the much needed healthier journey ahead.
A layman only knows menstrual periods to be something girls go through every month until they reach their menopause. However, it’s not as uncomplicated as it sounds. There is an intricate science behind periods, but in simple terms; it’s a monthly process when the lining of the womb gets thicker with tissue and the ovaries release an egg and when this egg remains unfertilized, the body sheds the tissue through the vagina in the form of blood.… Continue Reading...