Did you know that the food you eat, the environment you live in and the lifestyle you lead in the months before you conceive a child can have a profound effect on the wellbeing of your baby?
That if you are having problems conceiving you might help to resolve them if you improve your diet?
And that preconception care, as outline in this book, can prevent miscarriage, premature and stillbirths, congenital abnormalities and had a better than 80% success rate in the treatment of infertility.
Did you know that by following its simple principles, you can actively help to ensure your baby will be content and alert, won't suffer colic, feeding problems or other common ailments, and will be less likely to suffer from allergies, asthma or behavioural problems?
Welcome to the world of Better Babies, the complete, easy-to-follow guide to preconception health for both prospective parents.
Francesca Naish is a naturopath-herbalist and the author of "Natural Fertility" as well as co-author of this series of books with Jan Roberts, who originally qualified as a pharmacist, and who was the Australian representative for Foresight for many years. This book will be of use to health professional and prospective parents.
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