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New Cookbook Inspires Success For Those Battling Fertility Issues

Catherine McDiarmid-Watt | Saturday, December 12, 2009 | 0 comments

New Cookbook Inspires Success For Those Battling Fertility IssuesAre you one of the millions of couples challenged with fertility issues and are desperately trying to conceive a baby? Do you understand the importance of diet in conception and what foods you can eat to optimize fertility?

The newly released cookbook unlocks the secrets to a "fertility diet" and is endorsed by Philip E. Chenette, M.D. and expert Medical Director of the Pacific Fertility Center. The Fertile Kitchen Cookbook teaches the importance of diet, what foods you can and cannot eat, how to shop healthy, and most importantly includes full color, easy-to-follow recipes that are simple and flavorful.


"I was devastated when I was told by a leading reproductive endocrinologist I had a two percent chance of becoming pregnant,"
says Cindy Bailey, co-author, The Fertile Kitchen Cookbook. "As a now proud mother I am excited to share with other women and couples how they can increase their chances of becoming pregnant just by changing their diet."


The Fertile Kitchen Cookbook
is not your typical cookbook. It offers simple recipes that make rigid dietary guidelines easy-to-follow. The cookbook additionally includes expert advice, dietary guidelines, tips on lifestyle factors for conception, cooking tips, flexible recipes to accommodate substitutions, and is an all-in-one resource for women trying to conceive.

This book is also for men experiencing fertility issues, men who want to support their partners, and cooks and non-cooks alike.
"With these recipes, you can't tell they contain no sugar, dairy or wheat, and that's the point!" says Pierre Giauque, Ph.D., co-author, The Fertile Kitchen Cookbook. "We don't want you to feel like you're on a diet."


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Image: The Fertile Kitchen Cookbook: Simple Recipes for Optimizing Your Fertility, by Cindy Bailey and Pierre Giauque. Publisher: 3L Publishing (November 20, 2009)pixelThe Fertile Kitchen Cookbook: Simple Recipes for Optimizing Your Fertility
by Cindy Bailey and Pierre Giauque

-- Are you one of the millions of couples desperately trying to conceive a baby? Are you aware that diet plays a critical role in fertility? Would you like to unlock the secrets to changing your diet and potentially increasing your chances of success?

Co-authors Cindy Bailey and Pierre Giauque -- when confronted with Cindy's medical prognosis of a two percent chance of conceiving a baby on her own -- unlocked those secrets to develop a fertility diet that four months later produced a viable pregnancy, and soon after a healthy baby.

The Fertile KitchenCookbook includes a variety of simple-to-make tasty dishes that make the diet easy to follow. In this cookbook, the authors share these flavorful recipes, along with the dietary guidelines that helped them succeed. Additional tips and even a section on cooking basics, are included.

You will learn: The importance of diet in conception and pregnancy, what foods you can and cannot eat to enhance fertility, how to identify and shop for healthy ingredients and food items, how to prepare the nutritious and fertility-enhancing recipes included.

Image: Buy Now on Amazon.comPaperback: 185 pages
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About Catherine: I am mom to three grown sons, two grandchildren and two rescue dogs. After years of raising my boys as a single mom, I remarried a wonderful man who had never had a child of his own. Unexpectedly, I found myself pregnant at 49!
Sadly we lost that precious baby at 8 weeks, and decided to try again. Five more losses, turned down for donor egg, foster care and adoption due to my age and losses - we have accepted that there will be no more babies in our house.

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