Ullmhaigh le haghaidh toirchis le micronutrition agus filleadh ar chothromaíocht

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Ullmhaigh le haghaidh toirchis le micronutrition agus filleadh ar chothromaíocht

Look for deficiencies and measure the balance

Ba é Raïssa Blankoff, naturopath a tháirg an comhad seo

 

Look for any nutritional deficiencies

Magnesium deficiency is associated with female infertility, an increase in the number of miscarriages as well as the birth of premature and underweight babies.1 An tástálacha fola allow to take stock of the deficiencies or excess of nutrients in the mother-to-be. To know if it is necessary to rebalance in nutrition or in micronutrition, a nutritional assessment can also be considered.

Measure the balance of the ground thanks to blood tests

Balance of fatty acids : Deficiency of polyunsaturated fatty acids associated with a high level of saturated trans fat can cause infertility. Supplementation will combine omega-3 (especially DHA) and antioxidants. They must be coupled because fatty acids ensure the storage, transport and communication of certain major antioxidants.

Assessment of oxidative stress: this test is a blood test offered by certain laboratories and which measures parameters indicating, so to speak, “rust” in the body. We then act with specific biotherapies. This oxidative stress can be involved in disorders of female reproduction.

Vitimín E : it interposes itself between the fatty acids of the cell membrane and protects them from oxidative stress.

Vitamins B9 or folic acid: it is “the vitamin of the woman ag iompar clainne »For its protective effect against congenital malformations of the neural tube in fhéatas. It participates in the manufacture of all cells in the body, including red blood cells. It plays an essential role in the production of genetic material, in the functioning of the néarchóras and the immune system, as well as in leighis wounds and sores.

B6: it plays an important role incothromaíocht síceach by acting, in particular, on neurotransmitters (serotonin, melatonin, dopamine). It also contributes to the formation of red blood cells, the regulation of leibhéil siúcra in the blood and maintaining a healthy immune system.

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B12: it participates in the manufacture of the equipment géiniteach cells and red blood cells. It also ensures the maintenance of cealla nerve and cells that make the tissue creatlach cnáimh.

B1: it is necessary for the production offuinneamh and participates in the transmission ofnerve impulses comh maith le fás

B2: like vitamin B1, vitimín B2 plays a role in the production offuinneamh. It is also used in the manufacture of Cealla dearga agus hormóin, as well as the growth and repair of fíocháin.

B3: it contributes to the production offuinneamh. It also collaborates in the process of formation of DNA (genetic material), thus allowing a fás and normal development. It helps reduce excess LDL cholesterol.

B5: Nicknamed “vitamin Frith-strus “, An vitimín B5 participates in the manufacture and regulation of neurotransmitters, messengers of nerve impulses, as well as the functioning of the adrenal glands. It plays a role in the formation of hemoglobin, craiceann and mucous membranes.

 

B8: The vitimín B8 is necessary for the transformation of several compounds, in particular glúcósagus gras.

Vitamin D : it is essential to the health of os agus fiacla. It also plays a role in the maturation of cill of the immune system, as well as in the maintenance of overall good health.

Zinc : it plays an important role in the fás and the development of the organism, in the immune system (especially wound healing) as well as in the functions néareolaíoch et atáirgthe.

 

Copper : it is necessary for the training of Cealla dearga agus roinnt hormóin. It also helps in the fight against free radicals, which are harmful to the body

Seiléiniam: it has a significant antioxidant capacity. It is essential for the proper functioning of the immune system and the gland thyroid.

Intra-erythrocytic magnesium: it contributes in particular to the health of fiacla agus os, the functioning of the immune system as well as the contraction matáin. It also plays a role in the production of energy as well as in the transmission ofnerve impulses.

 
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Calcium (the dosage of the PTH and calciurie): it is by far the most abundant mineral in the body. It is the main component of os agus fiacla. It also plays an important role in the coagulation of the fola, maintenance of blood pressure and contraction of matáin, a bhfuil croí.

Iron: (determination of ferritin and CST): every cell in the body contains fer. This mineral is essential for the transport ofocsaigin and the formation of red blood cells in the blood. It also plays a role in the making of new cillhormóin and neurotransmitters (messengers of nerve impulses). 

Inflammation markers (US and VS CRP assay) 

Sugar metabolism : dosage of glycated hemoglobin: it allows to judge the balance of glycemia during the 2 to 3 months which precede a blood test. This dosage also demonstrates the risk of long-term complications. 

Thyroid function (dosage of TSH, T3 and T4, and ioduria)

GPX : an enzyme which allows “to absorb” many free radicals

Homocystéine  : a toxic amino acid

In case of imbalance, a professional can offer appropriate nutrition and appropriate micro nutrition. It is important to have a new blood test 1 or 2 months after taking dietary supplements before continuing the supplements.

Consider flagship supplements

Le propolis. In a study of women with infertility and a mild form of endometriosis, supplementation with bee propolis (500 mg twice daily for nine months) resulted in a pregnancy rate of 60% while ” it was only 20% in those who received a placebo1.

Vitimín C et crann chaste : Vitamin C may be beneficial for women with hormonal imbalances. In this case, taking 750 mg / day of vitamin C for six months resulted in a pregnancy rate of 25% while it was only 11% in those not supplemented.2. AN 'agnusglan (= chaste tree) supports the production of progesterone, the pregnancy hormone.

L'arginine. This amino acid to be taken at a rate of 16 g / day would improve the fertilization rate in women who have failed to get pregnant with IVF3. In a clinical trial, more infertile women became pregnant after taking an arginine product (30 drops twice a day for three months) compared to those taking a placebo4.

Goji elixir. 1 to 2 caps / day, which contains 400 times more vitamin C than orange, vitamins A, B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, C, vitamin E, essential fatty acids Omega 6 and Omega 3 easily assimilated.

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Maintain physical activity and fight against a sedentary lifestyle

The movement improves all the physical and psychic functions of the organism. 30 min per day is enough for the majority of women. If there is overweight, that is, if the BMI is over 25, then it is advisable to increase physical activity to one hour per day. To simultaneously contribute to good stress management, it may be interesting to integrate gentle exercises, centered on the breath and the feeling, such as those offered in relaxation or sophrology. However, avoid intensive physical activity to avoid physical and mental stress.

Consult an osteopath if necessary to check the flexibility and position of the small pelvis.

Observe your cycle to stimulate pregnancy

We can observe its temperature curve to understand how its cycle works. The thermal variations observed during the cycle are directly related to the level of progesterone

(= hormone involved in the female menstrual cycle and pregnancy).

In the 1st part of the cycle: progesterone is low, and so is the temperature

Right after ovulation, progesterone rises sharply, and the temperature rises.

In 2nd part of cycle: progesterone and temperature are high. Overall, two plateaus are observed which correspond to the two phases of the cycle and the temperature difference between the two is approximately 0,5 ° C. Ovulation therefore occurs when the temperature is at its lowest, usually the day before the heat rises. This is the minimum to know to understand that a woman’s cycle fluctuates according to hormones. A cycle irregularity or PMS will indicate a hormonal imbalance that will need to be managed.

We can measure hormones in the blood (FSH, LH, estrogen, progesterone, etc.). The period of fertility does not exceed 3 days.

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