Saturday, March 19, 2011

Sigh... on a different note..

Found an interesting video when looking for how Paleo helps infertility.



The guy is kinda dull lol, but he pretty much repeats everything the documentary Fat Head says and Paleo says. Saturated fats are GOOD FOR US, and he thinks to help PCOSers, low carbs diets are the way to go. He sounds like he really knows what he's talking about.

I'm going to start posting more links to the interesting stories and such I find. Lots of good stuff out there.

Here's one about a couple that had IF problems due to endo. Had multiple failed IVFs. She tried the Whole30 challenge, which is just strict Paleo, did another round of IVF and got pregnant with twins.
http://whole9life.com/2011/02/infertility-kristyns-story/

I thought this one was interesting as well. He mentions various couples that have gotten pregnant. One of them leaves a comment explaining their situation a bit better.
http://seanb-h.blogspot.com/2009/04/paleo-vs-infertility-you-must-be-warned.html

This article is pretty good as well. Explains the benefits of eating a primal diet for fertility. Read the comments on this one. A lot of people posting their success after changing their diets to Primal/Paleo or just low carb.
http://www.marksdailyapple.com/primal-nutrition-and-fertility/


I'm like becoming a huge advocate over here for Paleo or hell, just even a low carb diet and I've only been doing it for 2 weeks lol.
It's just that SO much of the information all points in the same direction.
I'm going to reread the Paleo Solution book and I'll post up some good quotes from it.

2 comments:

The Lady Girl said...

I am becoming the Paleo diet. Eating fresh veggies and fruit is so important. I really want to start eating organic meats again. However, Whole Foods and Trader Joe's are FAR away from my well across town. They're somewhat close to my job though. I am just a picky eater which has gotten me in a lot of trouble diet wise.

LisaL said...

Yeah DH and I are a bit picky as well. Him more than me lol.
I wish we had a whole food place around here but of course we don't. SIGH