🦩What causes high natural killer cells.
🦩Finding your food intolerances.
🦩What it looks like to confirm three months in a row that you are ovulating around the same time for you, and confirm with Proov
🦩How much should you exercise?
On today's episode of the Finding Fertility Podcast :: How to Increase Ovulation Naturally
In this episode, I wanted to address some questions that have been asked of me and get to the root of some common problems that we face with infertility.
Gut health is one of the most important places to start, and when we have infertility issues, we need to look there first. Often when we have high natural killer cells, it is a direct result of poor gut health. While it needs to be addressed, we have to realize that it's not a direct fault of our own, but we are not raised to understand gut health and most typical diets don't do much to promote a healthy gut.
The good news is we can begin to make changes to turn our gut health around. The first step to reversing your gut health in a positive direction is being tested for food intolerances.
It is tough to get your gut health on track without first taking this step because we can't pinpoint what foods are causing inflammation in your body until a food intolerance test takes place.
Finally, in this Q&A, I wrap up with a question on exercise, and how much if any should we be doing?
I know this may seem like a no-brainer question, but in reality, some types of exercises place much stress on the adrenals, which are counter-intuitive to what we are trying to accomplish.
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Anything written or said about health and diet are my opinions, that I have formed over the years, through trial and error, study, reading, listening and observing. What worked for me may not work for you. I am not a doctor, nutritionist or dietician and all medical advice should be gotten from a qualified professional. Product recommendations are based on what I used during my infertility journey or wish I had.
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