From Medical News Today
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Women who followed a combination of five or more lifestyle factors, including changing specific aspects of their diets, experienced more than 80 percent less relative risk of infertility due to ovulatory disorders compared to women who engaged in none of the factors, according to a paper published in the November 1, 2007, issue of Obstetrics & Gynecology. The study was led by researchers at the Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH) and did not examine risk associated with other kinds of infertility, such as low sperm count in men.
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This makes sense. Garbage in, garbage out, the web-heads (not Spider-Man) always say. Why is the answer to every health issue diet and exercise? And yet not everyone can fit eating and activity into their schedules. We know that eating healthy foods is tough. Sometimes they’re more expensive and sometimes they take longer to prepare and sometimes they don’t taste as good. And making it to the gym, forget it. Watching a Gossip Girl on the CW and putting down a couple of glasses of pinot grigio is a waaay better way to relax after work. Unfortunately, it all catches up with us. We should consider the George Clooney model. He does one for us and one for them (artistes and studios). Your one-for-us-and-them could be one for health and one for ease.