Glucose monitoring is no longer just for diabetics! It is for anyone experiencing insulin resistance that is looking for a natural, healthy way to learn what is and isn’t serving their bodies! We regularly see blood sugar dysregulation with low, AMH, high FSH, diminished ovarian reserve, and premature ovarian insufficiency.
If you have been trying to have your baby for a while now, then you probably already know what BBT is and why it is recommended you track it.
For those that don’t know: BBT or Basal Body Temperature is your temperature when your body is fully at rest, like right when you wake up in the morning before you get out of bed.
Brace yourself. You may not be ready to hear this. The most successful way to be more productive is to work less. Are you rolling your eyes saying “yeah sure it is”? Are you doubtful? Skeptical? We get it. It seems dramatically counterintuitive. Let us unpack this a bit for you.
Self care is defined as the practice of taking action to preserve or improve one’s own health or the practice of taking an active role in protecting one’s own well-being and happiness, in particular during periods of stress. Now, we know most of us, if not all of us experience periods of stress, yet how many of us actually practice self care?
As you may know, we support couples with low AMH/high FSH to improve their chances of pregnancy success. Our Fab Fertile Method includes the male partner because there are always specific steps he can take to optimize preconception health (even when his semen is normal and especially when it is not).
Did you know the average woman uses 12 products every day as part of her beauty routine?
These 12 products contain more than 168 different chemical ingredients.
Men aren’t spared either. The average man uses 6 products which include over 85 different chemical ingredients.