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Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Millet Helps Fertility By Keeping Hormones in Check

Pregnancy Over 40, Trying To Conceive Over 40, Give Millet A Try

I've often heard about the benefits of millet.
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 It's high in fiber and other nutrients. It may also be a better choice than wheat because it may enhance fertility for those trying to conceive.

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From the article: The benefits of millet In a nutshell, millet is a whole grain which helps control blood sugar levels. In doing so, it also optimizes the body’s fertility and keeps reproductive hormones in check. Cultures who consume millet regularly appreciate its nutty flavor and its bland-with-a-hint-of-sweetness taste. It is rich in fiber, amino acids, vitamin E and B complex. It is also brimming with minerals such as potassium, phosphorus, magnesium, and iron. Millet and Fertility Because of millet’s benefits to the body, you can be assured of a great foundation before becoming pregnant. How it specifically enhances fertility is unknown. However, it does help regular hormones and keep them balances, so there is a good chance of becoming pregnant. If you have thyroid health issues, it is wise to talk to your doctor prior to incorporating millet in your regular diet.

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