Easy natural ways to increase men’s fertility!

Man and child

When a couple is trying for a baby, much of the focus tends to be centred on the woman’s health. But sorry guys, you can’t have all the fun! Your wellness is just as important as your baby mamma’s when making a healthy bundle of joy. It takes two to tango!

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The constitution of a child is made up of characteristics that are determined before birth. This means physical, mental and emotional factors inherited from the state of both parents. Constitution can’t be changed. So as much as we hate it, the old saying you are like your parents is absolutely true. The more healthy and calm you both are at the time of conception, the best change the baby has of a stronger constitution. This means a good head start in the great adventure of life!

So guys, instead of chowing down on chips and beer before doing the no-pants dance, try adding more of these healthy habits into your life!

* Wholefoods: they are balancing and foster intuition.

* Root vegetables: these grounding foods promote strength and steadiness in personality.

* Focus on your mental wellbeing: meditation, yoga  and conscious breathing are all great for reducing stress.

* Reduce alcohol, caffeine and as many processed foods as possible.

 

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Roz Kelly Morkel
Roz Kelly Morkel is a reformed highly-stressed, highly-caffeinated TV reporter reincarnated as a holistic health and wellness coach. In her past life as a full-time sports reporter and host, Roz travelled the globe covering the world’s biggest events such as the London Olympics, Tour de France, Rugby World Cup, Surfing World Tour, international cricket and Commonwealth Games. This earned Roz multiple awards nominations for her tireless coverage and blazing a trail for women in sport. Life was a blur of 3am wake up calls for breakfast programs, huge hours, non-stop travel, intense deadlines and shoving anything available to eat in her mouth while on the run. She lived in the “fight or flight” stressed zone for years. It took adrenal fatigue to bring about a shakeup in priorities and lifestyle change. Now in a blissful new chapter, living between Australia and South Africa, Roz is making health and wellness simple and fun for other busy people. She is also a proud member of the International Green Smoothie Appreciation Society.