May 18, 2022
Fertile friends, I want you to take a moment to think about your meal plan for the day. I'm not sure if this is you, but most people start their day with a smoothie or yogurt and fruit, have a salad or sandwich for lunch, and dinner is usually dinner is warmest meal of the day but sometimes not.
Could excessive amount of raw and cold foods be damaging your fertility?
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