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Male Infertility and Diet

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Fetus at 8 weeks after fertilization 3D Pregnancy (Image from gestational age of 10 weeks). Retrieved 2007-08-28. A rotatable 3D version of this photo is available here, and a sketch is available here. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Are you trying to get pregnant and seem to be having problems. There are lots of problems today with infertility. One that can really stop a pregnancy is males eating fat laden foods like meat & milk will lower sperm count and quality. Eating vegetables can actually increase sperm count and quality. Are you still eating a diet primarily of animal protein? These types of problems can lead to higher stress which can negatively affect your health.

 

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Are you a Good Example to your Children and Grandchildren?

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self-made picture of child who weighs somewhere between 200 and 210 pounds. i blocked out his face for his own protection. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

As childhood obesity and disease rates increase we must look at most children’s diet. John Board of “The therapy Book” says children are eating more and more fast food, sugary cereals and less fruits and vegetables. He lists ways to help get your children and grandchildren back on tract again. The most important is you showing them a good example by eating a nutritious diet yourself!

Are you an Abusive Parent?

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Dr. Joel Fuhrman

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Dr Joel Fuhrman suggests that parents that feed their children foods low in nutrients are enabling “slow destruction of their child’s genetic potential.” In light of what we know about epigenetics, poor, nutrient empty foods are switching the wrong genes On and Off. This may be the most abusive thing loving parents can do. They are making their children sicker at earlier ages. You wouldn’t allow your child to do drugs, smoke a cigarette, drive a car, drink alcohol or have sex at an early age but allowing them the wrong foods can be even more deadly! If you are concerned about your children or grandchildren’s well being, start with what goes into their mouths.