One way to naturally address fertility issues caused by imbalances—and, really, to address imbalances more generally—is to think of yourself (mind, body, soul) in terms the five distinct elements that form the basis of Traditional Chinese Medicine. These are: water, wood, metal, fire, and earth.
The unique properties of each of the five elements are reflected in everything from our personality and color preferences to our illnesses and impediments to growth. One of the things I talk about in the My Natural Fertility E Course is that most of us have one or ...
Magical Herbs for Fertility: How They Work, Why They Work and My Particular Favorite
This post is meant to share with you the way Traditional Chinese Medicine uses herbs to naturally increase fertility and how the herbs encourage pregnancy in the body.
If you’ve been wondering things like: “Which herb is the magical cure-all for fertility? Am I supposed to put maca in everything, take mushroom powder with every meal or start harvesting my own royal jelly?” Luckily (or not!), the answer to all of that is a strong “maybe.” ☺
I wish I could provide you ...
Is getting pregnant faster on the top of your list? What a beautiful and life-giving thing to spend your precious time and effort on!
If you’re reading this then, first off, congratulations on being willing to explore making some changes. That’s a big deal. Whether or not getting pregnant is actually a goal, a lot of people never get to the level of willingness to read something that may help their health and body.
Below is my top 5 list of natural tips to boosting your fertility that I have found to be both effective and easy to implement. I could ...
Natural Fertility and Food: Three Questions to Ask Yourself before Committing to a Fertility-Friendly Diet
Many women who are ready to be mothers yesterday are open to making dietary changes. But to what extent can your diet really increase your fertility? Lots of women I see in my pregnancy care practice have questions when it comes to food and fertility: Do I need to be militant about what I eat or just learn to let go? Should I give up dairy? Or gluten? Or sugar? Or, is it less about what I eat and more about my mindset and mood when I eat it?
Well, the answers to ...