Having a child with a sweet tooth, is not necessarily a problem, if you handle it well; the secret is to handle sweets, chocolate and all things sugary not as a rare treat, a reward or something exciting, but instead treat it as something just like all the other food groups you offer your child.
New, and slightly worrying research, suggests that having a healthy diet containinging plenty of fibre has a detrimental effect on your chances of having a baby. This is something women trying for a baby will be horrified to hear.
Wholemeal bread, brown pasta and brown rice when eaten in large quantities seem to effect the hormone levels of women and therefore may impact on fertility levels. The more wholemeal food women ate, the lower the levels of vital hormones that influence the reproduction process.
The research was carried out in America, using a sample of 250 women of childbearing age, over a two year period. They made two important discoveries when looking at the women and their fibre intake:
Anovulation is known to occur when hormone levels drop due to anxiety, stress or extreme exercise.
This is the first time that a healthy diet has been deemed to impact on a person in a negative way. Serious claims!
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