Thanksgiving is almost here, so the tempting aromas of turkey and cranberry sauce, pumpkin pie and ice cream – and more – are nearly upon us. And with Thanksgiving, of course, comes the time-honored tradition of round-the-table dinner discussions. So, considering that you’ll be surrounded with lots and lots of food, here’s an idea for something new you can talk about this Thanksgiving: food sensitivities. Continue reading
What delicious foods will you cover your plate with this Thanksgiving dinner? Your answer might partly depend on what foods you’re highly reactive to (as determined, say, by a Food Sensitivity Test paired with an elimination diet). Which, naturally, begs the question: what exactly can you dine on this Thanksgiving if you’ve discovered that your body may be sensitive to some of this holiday’s most popular foods? Continue reading
With Halloween rapidly approaching, now’s the perfect time to start thinking about your skeletal health – even if you aren’t the legendary pumpkin king Jack Skellington. Here’s the spooky reason lurking behind that idea: the onset of the cooler, wintry days that follow Halloween can directly affect your skeletal system’s well-being. Continue reading
If you’ve encountered the term “ovarian reserve” – but found yourself wondering what it actually meant – then this article is for you. Here’s an easy-to-digest explanation that’ll simplify this concept and help you understand what your “ovarian reserve” really is.
Scientists have discovered something remarkable: the food you eat can have a very real effect on reproductive health – including fertility. In short, by eating certain kinds of food – and avoiding others – it’s possible to boost fertility.
So what foods in particular can help improve the odds of getting pregnant? Here’s what current research says on the matter. Continue reading