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Monthly Archives: May 2019

  1. Easy Meals for Moms!
    01
    May

    Easy Meals for Moms!

    All you do is pick your milk and any additions like fruit, nuts, chia seeds, nut butters, coconut and voila, in the morning you have a ready to go breakfast. It can also double as a quick lunch or dinner when you’re pressed for time.

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  2. Life After Baby: The Mommy Diaries
    01
    May

    Life After Baby: The Mommy Diaries

    Being a mother can be one of the most fulfilling jobs, but it can also be quite perilous on your health. No one truly prepares mothers for what is to come after your baby is born. Some mothers may struggle with breastmilk production, or not be consuming enough fluids, while other mothers may struggle with self-care. Below is a list of dos and don’ts for moms.   

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  3. Collagen Supportive Measures for Healthy Skin
    01
    May

    Collagen Supportive Measures for Healthy Skin

    Healthy beautiful skin, gleaning hair and strong nails are a checklist for most. The common denominator within this check list is that they all require in part collagen as one of the main building blocks alongside keratin and elastin. 
    Collagen is abundant throughout our body and its main function is to support the structure and firmness of our dermis which in turn supports our epidermis. This resilient triple helix structure is a building block for our body’s internal framework reaching from our skin, internal organs and cartilage. 

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  4. Top 3 Ways to Optimize Fertility for Patients with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS)
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    May

    Top 3 Ways to Optimize Fertility for Patients with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS)

    Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) is a condition that predominantly affects women during their childbearing years. Current statistics show that PCOS effects up to 10% of women in North America and is often undiagnosed.PCOS is diagnosed based on a combination of presenting symptoms, a hormone panel performed via a blood test and a transvaginal ultrasound to look at your ovaries. It is a condition that often isn’t diagnosed until a woman presents at her doctor struggling with fertility.
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