Been trying for 3 years but each time the pregnancy test shows negative. Then we both start to include simple exercise routine like jogging around the housing area or just enjoying a walk along the track. Then we also start to do more home cook especially green vegetables with less salt and sugar in our diet. Apart from that, we also taking supplement knowing that we hardly get healthy choices of food especially at work place. Surprisingly, even these small changes in our daily routine did awards us with a positive pregnancy test.
Detoxing is what describe what we did. Its cleansing our body from toxins along with replenish nutrient needed by the body to eliminate toxins. Healthy lifestyle such as eat healthy balance food, adequate sleep, be active and manage stress is the key to a successful detox regimen.
Preparing for conception is the most important times to keep yourself healthy for pregnancy and that is the greatest motivation that keep us going on with the detox plan. Why Detox is important?
🌱Detox encourages the liver to cleanse the body of toxin and excess hormones
🌱it support uterus to cleanse itself of old stagnant blood
🌱it help increases circulation to the uterus while tonifying the uterine tissues
🌱it support the body in its natural ability to rid itself of toxin substances
Since your baby will be living in your body for the first 9 months of its life, we surely want to ensure that our uterus is clean and ready for the baby. Daddy too have to detox since healthy sperm that contains baby DNA is produce in him.
With that, a little nutritional support can contribute power to our systems and organs to detox at its optimum and we can regain our energy and fertility at the same time.
Do you have a detox regimen you follow? Care to join us on the Detox challenge?
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