Using easy yet effective strategies to reduce stress can improve “vagal tone.” This is absolutely key for keeping HPV activity at bay and helping you have a healthy pregnancy as well.
Even when we do our best to eat clean and create a safe home environment, sometimes issues with immunity, fertility, and HPV remain. This is when we must look at how we can actively lower inflammation levels by avoiding reactionary foods as well as supporting our gut and liver.
Fertility issues often defy standard medical explanations, leaving women with few answers and a lot of frustration and heartbreak. Working with patients, I see 3 commonly overlooked causes of infertility. Once we address these factors, the chances of pregnancy increase exponentially.
Thanks to new research, we’re beginning to see the connection between healthy uterine bacteria and fertility since accepting the benefits of gut health. It wasn’t too long ago that we as a medical community and culture got on board with the idea of bacteria on—and IN—our bodies. Prior to that, it was soap, scrub, sanitize […]
There’s a difference between folic acid & folate, and it has many pregnant women assuming they’re getting the vitamins they need, when in fact, they aren’t. For most women this is a common situation: Step 1, find out you’re pregnant. Step 2, run to the nearest drugstore for prenatal vitamins. Step 3, schedule your first […]
So many women struggle with fertility issues, and have trouble getting pregnant. Naturopathy can help by supporting the body so that it can function optimally. If you can improve your health, you can improve your chances of conception – and be more likely to have a healthy pregnancy.
Dr. Doni makes the connection between gluten sensitivity, intestinal permeability, stress, and fertility in an interview on the “Holistic Fertility and Wellness” show with Stephanie Risinger.
Fertility issues can be extremely difficult and challenging. Dr. Doni talks about strategies to help with some of these issues, in an interview on the “Well-Adjusted Mama” show with Dr. Laura Brayton.