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7 foods that can help boost your fertility

When trying for a baby, having a healthy lifestyle needs to be one of your top priorities. The good news is that it’s essentially no different from the regular dietary recommendation – eating a balanced diet with plenty of fruit and veg, wholegrains, dairy (or alternatives) and protein at each meal will help you to reach and maintain a healthy body for conception. However there are a few nutrients to be particularly aware of when trying to get pregnant, says Vavista Dietitian, Sophie Claessens

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Dr Sally’s Surgery: Will exercising while trying to conceive increase my risk of miscarriage?

Each week Dr. Sally Norton answers one of the inbox full of questions she receives each week, regarding health, nutrition, weight-loss and dieting. This week, Sally responds to Ruth’s concerns that exercising while she is trying to get pregnant might increase her chance of miscarriage.

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The Review: How losing weight could help you to get pregnant

The Review is Dr. Sally Norton’s comment on the week’s health news – giving you a trusted view on the latest research to affect your health, weight and wellbeing. This week, Sally looks at the latest study that shows how your weight can impact your chances of getting pregnant. Also featured in this fertility special, how you can help increase your chances of getting pregnant with fertility tracker App ‘Glow’, and the latest activewear designed to support you and your baby bump while you’re pregnant.

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Clocks go back today: what will you do with your extra hour?

The clocks went back this morning, did you spend your extra hour in bed, or on one of these health and fitness building pursuits? Make the most of those extra 60 minutes to boost your wellbeing

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