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Is Your Gut Being Held Hostage? 3 Ways To Reclaim Your Gut Health And Boost Your Fertility. By Christine Rooney, Expert Fertility Specialist, Massage, Energy Work, Reflexology

Do you experience frequent vaginal yeast infections?

Are you impacted by an inflammatory disease such as Endometriosis or PCOS?

Is getting pregnant not happening as quickly as you would like?

Your intestines contain over 100 trillion bacteria which are vital in protecting your health.

When there is an imbalance in your intestinal bacteria (gut flora), it can create issues within your body that directly impact your fertility. Let’s break you loose from the havoc your unbalanced gut flora is creating and help increase your conception potential with the following steps:

  1. Restore Prebiotic and Probiotic Levels

You need prebiotics to feed the helpful bacteria in your gut. They can be found in foods such as garlic, onion, asparagus, and leeks. Eat them as often as possible.

Probiotics help your immune system so it can respond appropriately to harmful organisms and toxins. A healthy immune system creates less stress on your body, making it easier for you to get pregnant. It can also help prevent the need for antibiotics which you want to avoid whenever possible as they not only work on the harmful bacteria in your body but also the helpful ones.

Naturally rebalance your probiotic levels by eating fermented foods such as yogurt (containing live cultures), sauerkraut, kefir, or kombucha. Taking high-potency probiotic supplements can also be beneficial. The following link provides more information on what to look for when choosing a probiotic:

http://dailyburn.com/life/health/choose-best-probiotic/

  1. Evaluate Your Dietary Fiber

Fiber assists in the absorption of unwanted toxins from your intestinal tract and supports the number of beneficial bacteria in your gut. It improves your immune function, decreases inflammation (i.e. what often occurs with Endometriosis and PCOS), and protects against obesity all of which can impact your fertility.

Foods that are high in fiber include Jerusalem artichoke, chicory root, white onions, and raspberries. Taking fiber supplements along with your food sources can help you get your daily recommended intake. The following link provides more information about dietary supplements:

www.healthline.com/health/digestive-health/whats-the-best-fiber-supplement#1

  1. Decrease Your Stress Levels

Your gut flora helps signal your brain to cope with elevated “stressors” so that they don’t affect the rest of your body. Chronic, long-term stress however, can erode the helpful gut bacteria put in place to protect you from the effects of this stress. Activities such as moderate exercise, being out in nature, listening to relaxing music, or getting a massage to help you relax are beneficial ways to rebalance and maintain your gut health.

At Lasya Healing Center, our Fertility Blueprint Program offers an all-natural approach to rebalancing your body, including your gut health. Isn’t it time you reclaim your gut health and boost your fertility potential quickly and easily?

Visit www.lasyahealing.com today to take our free online Fertility Assessment, email info@lasyahealing.com or call 403-452-2445 for more information. Our Customer Care team will be thrilled to help you.