Preventing hyperemesis gravidum with pre-pregnancy exercise

Bi-weekly pregnancy tip

Hyperemesis gravidum (HG) is severe and continual nausea and vomiting in pregnancy – resulting in dehydration, electrolyte imbalances and malnutrition. It is both debilitating and incredibly frustrating for pregnant mothers. In past posts (here, here and here), I have shared evidence behind using B6, ginger and an acupuncture...
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Cannabis use and male fertility

Bi-weekly pregnancy tip

Working in fertility means working with male and female partners to identify potential causes of infertility, and finding opportunities to optimize fertility in all partners. Cannabis use by male partners is something I have been asked a lot about since it was legalized in...
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Long-term liver health and breast-feeding mothers

Bi-weekly pregnancy tip

In my last post I flagged promising new research linking decreased fatty liver in adult males to their mothers’ consumption of fish oil during pregnancy. Now a second study focuses on supporting mom’s long-term liver health – through her breastfeeding. Based on their work with...
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