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Fertility problems?
Fertility problems, in a way, reflect the lifestyle of the modern world: a lot of stress, unhealthy eating and a limited amount of physical activity
Fertility and childbearing are very much linked to the food we consume and our lifestyle as a whole. Lets see what factors could increase fertility problems.
A) Very low body weight or excess body weight
B) Increased consumption of animal protein
C) Consumption of refined carbohydrates (bread, rice, potatoes and pasta), cola drinks and full- fat dairy products.
D) Alcohol and caffeine overuse
E) Eating fish from contaminated areas rich in mercury

So, what can be done to overcome these obstacles?

A) Lose weight if necessary
B) Eat plant protein, raw, high fibre carbohydrates and low-fat dairy products
C) Increase intake of iron, omega-3 fatty acids, vitamins, minerals and trace elements
D) Make sure you exercise and become more active on a daily basis.
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