According to Chinese medicine, food is one of the most powerful healing agents available to us. Food can enhance our body’s ability to function at optimal levels, or it can inhibit our body’s organ systems, including our reproductive system.
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According to Chinese medicine, a healthy digestion is key to overall health, including fertility. Luckily, we can heal and improve our digestion and therefore our fertility through simple practices and by eating the right foods.
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