Pregnancy Food

INFERTILITY CURES
(instead of adoption)

by Lori Carangelo

An informative 99-CENT "companion book" to "The ADOPTION and DONOR CONCEPTION FACTBOOK - The Only Comprehensive Source of U.S. and Global Data on the Invisible Families of Adoption, Foster Care & Donor Conception" compiled by Lori Carangelo -- Both are at Amazon.

Informative E-Book & Related Newsclips


Available on Amazon at Amazon.com/dp/B019MMSMSS

This unique compilation provides extensive information about infertility, not found in one compilation elsewhere -- including natural and other cures -- as a public service for information purposes only.

The author is a researcher and writer, not a medical professional or scientist. Sources of this information are cited, alphabetically by author, in the End Notes following this material, and in "Statistics of Adoption," an e-book also on this web-site.

Consultation with a qualified physician, and nutritionist or herbalist, is recommended. Adoption, sperm or egg donation and surrogacy which are promoted by infertility web-sites and organizations such as RESOLVE INC, are neither cures nor treatments for infertility, and are NOT recommended.

The human body is designed to heal itself with proper nutrition. Although there are no guarantees, many couples find success following the nutritional principles offered here which may avoid the heartache and great expense of failed or high risk technical, chemical and surgical treatments.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  1. INTRODUCTION - THE STATISTICS and COSTS : Infertility and Adoption, Multi-Billion Dollar Industries.
  2. NATURAL CURES - For Infertility from Unknown Causes
  3. PRESCRIPTION DRUGS and CLINICAL and LABORATORY TECHNIQUES USED TO TREAT INFERTILITY - Risks versus True Success Rates
  4. END NOTES (SOURCES OF THIS MATERIAL)

GOOD NEWS FOR WOMEN TRYING TO CONCEIVE

For 1-in-5 women experiencing difficulty getting pregnant, the underlying problem is anovulatory infertility (infertility caused by a failure to ovulate). But scientists at the Harvard School of Public Health tracked more than 18,000 women and found that those who consumed one or more daily servings of full-fat dairy foods (such as milk, ice cream or yogurt) slashed their risk of anovulatory infertility by up to 38%. While more research is needed to pinpoint the beneficial compounds in milk fat, experts note that, for women hoping to conceive, it doesn't hurt to make the switch to full-fat dairy.