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Trying to Conceive?
Dr. Nicole Barry

For some couples it is not as easy to get pregnant as just trying. In order to conceive, your health is of utmost importance. First of all, all women of childbearing age should take a multivitamin that includes Folic Acid. This ensures that your body is receiving all the essential nutrients.  Also cleaning up your diet may give you body the extra energy it needs. Studies have shown that caffeine intake can reduce your ability to get pregnant. Eating a diet low in fat, high in fiber and including fruits and vegetables with lots of water, will aid in both your health and your baby’s. This process is undoubtedly stressful, take measures to release your stress in a healthy manner, like exercising. Carrying stress changes your hormones. Stay adjusted! As you know a subluxation in the spine interferes with nerve flow to your vital organs, so both moms and dads need to ensure that their organs are properly functioning.   Know your ovulation cycle. Here is a link to a downloadable tool to help you determine your cycle: http://www.ovulation-calendar.com.

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