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Diet & Lifestyle Factors Decreasing Our Lifespan & Causing Massive Infertility | Kelly LeVeque

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Kelly LeVeque is a holistic nutritionist, celebrity health coach, the best-selling author of Body Love and Body Love Every Day, and most importantly, mom of three little boys. Kelly LeVeque is passionate about the science of human nutrition and is always guided by a practical and optimistic approach to wellness. Kelly helps clients improve their health, achieve goals, and develop sustainable habits to live a healthy and balanced life. Kelly is a regular contributor to numerous health, wellness, and lifestyle publications.

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In this episode we discuss (audio version / Apple Subscriber version):
Why we’re seeing an increasing incidence of infertility (4:45 / 3:02)
Environmental toxins and ways to limit exposure (10:04 / 8:21)
Men’s health and fertility (13:02 / 11:19)
Optimizing sperm quality at every age (16:32 / 14:49)
Selecting a prenatal with methylfolate, not folic acid (21:41 / 19:58)
Preparing for pregnancy (25:20 / 21:22)
Epigenetics and pregnancy (30:45 / 26:48)
Assessing prenatal supplement quality (39:19 / 35:22)
Nutrition status and postpartum depletion and depression (45:22 / 41:25)
Focusing on what you have control over (49:23 / 45:26)

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  • @EyesOnCarnivore says:

    Sharing with the kids. Thank you.

  • @doncrisswell6992 says:

    Yardah yaedah yarhdar

  • @BridgetMayAljasser says:

    We need to start telling young girls the truth – that abortions may cause them to be infertile later on in life when they want to become parents because their canal was forcefully scarred from the procedure. We also need to encourage teenage boys and girls to become more responsible in relationships and life, and to marry their first love BEFORE hormones take over. That way, they grow up together, there’s no previous relationship baggage, they’re less likely to party and become addicted to drugs and alcohol, and they’re more productive members of society. There’s nothing wrong with people marrying and having children in their late teens and early twenties. I’ve known many people who married their first love at age 14-17, some being together since age 12, and they’re still together today. They met in junior high in the mid-late 80’s, and they’ve been together 30-40 years now. No drama for their mama.

  • @bhvnraju8493 says:

    Great conversation, Thanks(BOTH )for heighlighting infertility issue which is more like unaddressed moderate pandemic 🙏🙏

  • @scp240 says:

    She uses the term “PUFA” when she mean “PFA”. These are not the same! One is polyunsaturated fats, which are nutritionally essential, the other is per- and polyfluoroalkyl compounds which are the forever chemicals she means to reference.

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