New clinical research suggests that gut health, chronic inflammation, and environmental toxins may be root causes of infertility. In their new book The Infertility Cleanse: Detox, Diet and Dharma for Fertility authors Tami Quinn and Beth Heller offer women who are trying to conceive a new, supportive and thoroughly researched cleansing program. The program, which is in three parts includes: fertility yoga, a healing nutrition program and stress-reduction techniques. All are designed to cleanse the body, mind, and spirit in preparation for pregnancy.
Quinn and Heller’s program utilizes a range of cleansing methods from traditional disciplines. Significantly, everything in the book has been purposely designed for women who are trying to conceive both naturally and with assisted-reproduction plans. This important book,which leans heavily on the latest in scientific research into the impact of diet, stress and lifestyle on fertility, offers all women a natural, holistic approach to readying the womb for a child.
“When faced increasing evidence that the environment may be affecting fertility, women can feel powerless. The goal of The Infertility Cleanse is to turn the tables on despair and demonstrate ways in which women can make their bodies and minds more resistant to negative input from their environment."
~ Beth Heller, author of ‘The Infertility Cleanse’ and‘Fully Fertile’
You can read an excerpt of the book by clicking here.
“The Infertility Cleanse is another excellent resource from Tami Quinn and Beth Heller (of Pulling Down the Moon) where empowerment using dietary changes are simple and yet meaningful, complimented with yoga and meditation instruction. Pulling Down the Moon offers this approach to balance all that goes into successful fertility treatment and pregnancy. Don’t wait.—get yours now!” —Dr. Angeline Beltsos, Medical Director of IVF, Fertility Centers of Illinois
Alice D. Domar, PhD. Fertility Specialist and author of Self-Nurture, Healing Mind, Healthy Woman and Conquering Infertility, who is known for her high scientific standards and rigor argues:
“There are a lot of unknowns in the field of infertility treatment… There is room in this equation for other factors to play a role: factors such as diet, stress, and the environment. I have spent most of my research career focusing on the relationship between stress and fertility and I believe that we now have data to support the fact that stress is a detriment to conception, and that teaching women specific stress reduction strategies is associated with significant increases in pregnancy rates.”