BEATING INFERTILITY NATURALLY
Infertility. It's a significant issue in the US. And if you are one of the millions of couples dealing with this issue, you are already aware of just how emotionally devastating it can be. According to the latest CDC statistics.....
Wow! Almost seven and a half million American women under 45 years old have been through IVF FERTILITY PROCEDURES known as ART. And if you throw in male infertility (numerous studies say that this accounts for nearly half of all infertility) and ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION, you can can begin to see why so many couples are unable to have children. As a woman, what can you do about it? Well, you could spend a fortune on fertility drugs, hormonal treatments, and procedures that seem more suited for a guinea pig than anything else. Sometimes these work, although there are a bundle of potential side effects. The other option is to beat infertility naturally. Here are some simple (generic) steps toward achieving your Fertility Makeover. Honestly, it's not rocket science. Some of the very same things that work for VARIOUS DISEASE PROCESSES and hormonal issues are used to treat people with Infertility.
In-Vitro Fertilization techniques (IVF) are not only expensive (and not covered by health insurance), they are notoriously difficult to control. You could just as easily end up with multiple births (think "Octomom" here) as ending up failing to get pregnant at all. There are also a growing number of potential side effects. As you will notice from the quote below, it takes on average about three sessions of ART (Assisted Reproductive Technology) for a woman to become pregnant.
My biggest issue with ART / IVF is that it does not address any of the numerous underlying causes of infertility as listed in the body of this post (there are others as well). By following the Fertility Makeover protocol, you are more likely not simply to end up pregnant, but to ultimately end up with a healthy baby. In this day and age of rampant sickness, disease, and AUTOIMMUNITY, why would you not be interested in something that could not only positively affect your ability to conceive, but positively affect the health of your embryo, as well as the health of your newborn?
Dr. Schierling completed four years of Kansas State University's five-year Nutrition / Exercise Physiology Program before deciding on a career in Chiropractic. He graduated from Logan Chiropractic College in 1991, and has run a busy clinic in Mountain View, Missouri ever since. He and his wife Amy have four children (three daughters and a son).