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Here are the top ten articles for the Conception Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Can You Feel Conception
Is there any truth to the claim that some women feel conception? Or if not the actual moment of conception, what might they feel?
2. Fasting and conception
Fasting is a great way to lose weight, detoxify or cleanse your body, and its even something required for some religious observances. Intermittent fasting, which is a daily fast, can improve your health in many ways, but not if you're trying to conceive.
3. Wine, Alcohol and Conception
While alcohol is blamed for many an accidental conception, does it really help or hinder your attempts to get pregnant?
4. Pesticides and conception
Pesticides are bad for humans in so many ways, one of which is fertility. This is true for both men and women.
5. Alfalfa and conception
Fields of alfalfa have the sweetest smell when being harvested. It's a great crop for field rotation, too, but it turns out it can't help much with conception.
6. Lysine and conception
L-lysine is an essential amino acid. All that means is that our bodies don't make it, so we have to eat it. It has a bunch of really helpful attributes, so let's take a look at it.
7. Saw Palmetto and Conception
Saw Palmetto is not a fertility aid...quite the opposite.
8. Conceiving a child with perfect teeth
Do you think that the health of your teeth are a completely hereditary condition? Guess again--even if your family doesn't have perfect teeth, there is something you can do before conception as well as after to make sure that your babies have perfect teeth.
9. Chocolate for fertility
Chocolate for fertility! What better news could you hear? Let's talk about why chocolate is good for you, and which type of chocolate to choose.
10. Leptin and conception
Leptin receptors are mostly found in fat tissue, but researchers have found a receptor for leptin in endometrial tissue. It has also been discovered that leptin levels rise during the follicular phase in pre-menopausal women and fall during your period.
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