Posted by: bescothealthcare | January 12, 2014

Getting Pregnant. Food for Fertility.

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In an article in Female First,  Taryn Davies reviews some dietary considerations for those who are trying to get pregnant, including some benefits that can be derived from red meat.  

The article also includes a quote from Dr Carrie Ruxton from the Meat Advisory Panel (UK),  “Red meat is often associated with fertility in so-called ‘old wives’ tales’ and has been traditionally encouraged in the diets of couples trying for a baby. Now we know from scientific research that the nutrients found in red meat really do have a role in normal fertility. The Government recommends that adults eat up to 500g of cooked red meat a week which gives the opportunity for 4-5 meat meals a week, including pork, ham, beef, lamb and bacon”.

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