Vitamin D Dramatically Improves Fertility

In northern countries couples are less likely to conceive during the winter, whereas conception rates peak in the summer. This has been attributed to their dark, cold winters when the sun is low in the sky and people cover themselves to keep warm.

New research has found vitamin D is one of the most important contributors to fertility.

Vitamin D affects virtually every cell in your body and is linked to conditions ranging from cancer to heart disease.

Increasing your vitamin D levels may significantly boost fertility in both men and women.

I am not suggesting the 1,000 iu that the GP may have handed you. Please investigate what else you can do to help yourself- remembering that medicine is about crisis management and roadside breakdown service, and natural healers are more involved helping nature to return to where you should have been – especially by changing what is being eaten.