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Various physiological or pathological changes occur in the body of women during pregnancy and after labor. No matter it is a natural birth or a cesarean section, it will lead to the loss of qi and blood, weak qi and blood, and weakened immune function. At the same time, increased
Pregnancy, Women's health
Question Is maternal caffeine intake associated with neonatal anthropometry? Findings In this cohort study of 2055 women from 12 clinical sites, measures of caffeine consumption (plasma caffeine and paraxanthine and self-reported consumption) were associated with neonatal size at birth. Increasing caffeine measures were significantly associated with lower birth weight, shorter
Fertility, Pregnancy, Research
women's health
Natural Ways to Decrease Oestrogen Eat cruciferous vegetables broccoli is the star but eating plenty of green vegetables of the cruciferous family help the liver metabolise oestrogen. Other cruciferous vegetables include: Bok-Choy, Brussels sprouts, Cabbage, Cauliflower, Chinese cabbage, Daikon radish, Horseradish, Kale, Radish, Turnip and Watercress. Eat high fibre foods
Fertility, Women's health
Iron This nutrient is important for the correct formation of foetal blood, brain, eyes, bones and an overall healthy growth rate. It is also vital for a healthy immune system, mucous membranes, for general health and fertility. However many women do not realise how important iron is very important in
Fertility, Women's health
“Women seven and men eight” is the Chinese statement on the growth cycle of human being from the “Yellow Emperor’s Canon of Internal Medicine“- The “Bible” of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). That is, the number of women’s life cycle is seven and the number of men’s life cycle is eight.
Fertility, Women's health