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The Fertility Foundation Kit: Supplements for Healthy Fertility

The Fertility Foundation Kit: Supplements for Healthy Fertility

Sarah Abernathy - Certified Herbalist

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The Fertility Foundation Kit: Fertile Woman One Daily, Vitamin D & K2, Cod Liver Oil and Choice Antioxidants

Are you looking for basic nutritional supplements to promote your fertility? Are you wanting to add supplements to your routine, yet aren’t sure which ones? These four key supplements in the NEW Fertility Foundation Kit can help to create a strong foundation upon which you can build the rest of your natural fertility program.

Foundational supplements are a good choice if you have no known fertility concerns, yet want extra support and to ensure you’re getting all the necessary nutrients for reproductive health before trying to conceive. They can be used by most anyone, including those who are fertility cleansing, preparing for an assisted reproductive procedure like IUI or IVF, actively trying to conceive, or even for those who are breastfeeding and thinking of preparing for conception again. The following supplements are a great place to get started:

A Wholefood Multivitamin

Medical doctors now recommend, at the very least, that women who are planning to conceive should take a multivitamin or a prenatal. We know that folic acid/folate is an important nutrient to consume before a woman even knows she’s pregnant, as a fetus requires it for proper neural development very early in pregnancy. Other nutrients provided in a multivitamin like Vitamin B12, C, E and zinc are also important for pregnancy health. A wholefood multivitamin like Fertile Woman One Daily or a prenatal is the best option in our experience for the best absorption and benefits.

Antioxidants

Free radical activity is a normal consequence of daily living. Most anyone can benefit from taking a high quality antioxidant supplement, such as FertilicaTM Choice Antioxidants. Additionally, some people need more antioxidants for optimal fertility; those who have been sick recently, are suffering from inflammation or struggling with a healthy diet and lifestyle. Taking an antioxidant supplement is a good idea, especially if you’re planning to conceive down the road.

Cod Liver Oil

Cod Liver Oil is rich in both Omega 3 fatty acids and Vitamin D, vital for proper reproductive functioning. Omega 3 fatty acids decrease inflammation and encourage normal cervical mucus production. Further, many women simply don’t get enough omega 3’s from diet alone or suffer from an imbalance of omega 6 fatty acids to omega 3’s. In these cases, FertilicaTM Cod Liver Oil can make a big difference in overall health and fertility.

Vitamin D And K2

Vitamin D and K2 are fat soluble vitamins that work together to aid calcium transportation to the teeth and bones. Research finds vitamin D can even protect against uterine fibroids. Early tests show vitamin K may play role in fetal development, too. Many people are deficient in these vitamins or have a hard time absorbing them. Using a supplement like FertilicaTM Vitamin D & K2 can make sure your body’s requirements are met before a possible pregnancy.

See each of these supplements in our NEW Fertility Foundations Kit…

Promote your fertility with supplements…
If you’re planning to conceive down the road, the right supplements can promote your fertility health as you prepare. Following a Fertility Diet is the first step, but foundational supplements help your process along. Foundational fertility supplements are safe and well tolerated by most anyone planning for a future pregnancy.

Note: If you’re taking prescription medication/s, we recommend speaking to your doctor before beginning a new supplement regimen. While foundational fertility supplements have a long history of safe use, keeping the health professionals you’re working with informed on all of your choices is the best policy as you work on your fertility.

References

  • Abernathy, S. (2018). Can Vitamin D Prevent Uterine Fibroids? Retrieved from: https://natural-fertility-info.com/vitamin-d-and-uterine-fibroids.html
  • Nakagawa K et al. (2014, Aug.). Vitamin K2 biosynthetic enzyme, UBIAD1 is essential for embryonic development of mice. PLoS One. 2014 Aug 15;9(8): e104078. Retrieved from: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25127365
  • Barton-Schuster, D. (2018). Top Ten Natural Fertility Boosters. Retrieved from: http://natural-fertility-info.com/top-10-natural-fertility-boosters.html

Sarah Abernathy - Certified Herbalist

Sarah has worked in the field of natural foods and herbalism for over 20 years. She’s a published author, Certified Herbalist, and health and wellness consultant. Sarah Graduated from the Professional Herbal Studies from the East West School of Herbology, and holds a Bachelor’s Degree in English. Working with women on their journey to wellness is her passion and she loves to share what she has been blessed to learn from naturopaths and other herbalists over the years.

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