Wednesday, December 13, 2017 01:33 PM

THE DEBATE ON FERTILITY SUPPLEMENTS: DO THEY HELP?

If you do a search for pregnancy or fertility supplements, youll come across a plethora of products that claim to boost your chances for pregnancy.

For those having trouble conceiving, these options look like a heaven-sent answer: no invasive procedures, no prescription drugs or hormones, just naturally boosted fertility.

Before buying out the companys stock, though, take some time to research what youre putting in your body. Fertility supplements may or may not actually do what they claim.

The Truth about the Supplement Industry

Regardless of what you find online about the goodness of supplements (mostly from bloggers or the supplement industry), taking supplements can be a risky business.

According to a 2015Consumer Survey on Dietary Supplements[1], 68 percent of adults take some sort of dietary pill. Over 80 percent of these have confidence that the supplements are safe, effective, and of good quality.

FENDING OFF TOXIC MOLD SYNDROME[2]

No doubt, many think that the supplements are inspected and regulated by the Food and Drug Administration, making people feel safe and secure when taking ...

News source: Fox News

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