The first step to conceiving a healthy baby is preparing your reproductive system. This is best done of course, by planning ahead. Think about your life style as you know it now. Are you eating a balanced diet? Are you obtaining enough sleep? Do you drink? Do you smoke? Do you exercise routinely? Are you currently taking prenatal vitamins with folic acid? Are you currently under a lot of stress?
Do you have a cat? How is your health in general? It’s a lot to think about, huh? Taking all of these into account before you become pregnant is just as important as it is after you become pregnant? If a women’s reproductive system is strong and healthy then the chances of a woman conceiving and carrying a healthy baby to full term are much greater. This also includes her odds of having a healthier delivery, especially if she is over the age of 35. Let’s look at some of the aspects of conceiving a healthy baby and why they are important.
Eating Nutritionally For Two: Eating on the run such as fast foods, junk food and foods high in preservatives, sugars and chemicals needs to be eliminated as much as possible. Eating a balanced diet along with organic fruits and vegetables (especially leafy green vegetables) are highly recommended. Avoid certain fish high in mercury such as sword fish and certain species of tuna.
Prenatal Vitamins with Folic Acid: Prenatal vitamins are recommended before you become pregnant to help prevent certain birth defects. It is also suggested that women take a minimum of 400mcg of folic acid before and after conception.
Exercise: Exercise is an important cornerstone of preconception as well as conception. By sustaining a healthy weight along with an exercise routine, this will help regulate a woman’s hormones which will in turn help promote a healthy pregnancy.
Smoking and Second- Hand Smoke: Smoking can increase the odds of miscarriage, premature birth, low birth weight as well as other complications. It is important to eliminate smoking and even to the exposure of second hand smoke due to the facts mentioned above.
Cats and Kitty Litter: For women trying to conceive, kitty litter is very dangerous. The reason is due to a parasite that causes toxoplasmosis. This is a disease that can be spread through the droppings of a cat in the litter box. This disease can also be contracted by eating raw or undercooked meat. It is recommended that one should limit their exposure to cats and their litter boxes before conception and during pregnancy. Even though this disease does not typically affect children and adults, it can cause some birth defects.
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Image by Internet Archive Book Images Identifier: officialhistoryo00stiluoft Title: Official history of the Cornwall Cheese and Butter Board Year: 1919 (1910s) Authors: Stiles, Harlow M Subjects: Cornwall Cheese and Butter Board Dairy products Publisher: [Cornwall?] Published by authorization of the Cornwall Cheese and Butter Board Contributing Library: Gerstein - University of Toronto Digitizing Sponsor: University of Toronto View Book Page: Book Viewer About This Book: Catalog Entry View All Images: All Images From Book Click here to view book online to see this illustration in context in a browseable online version of this book. Text Appearing Before Image: ASER THE subject of this sketch is proprietor of Eraser Point Stock Farm, anda breeder of Clydesdale horses, Pure Bred Holstein cattle, Shropshiresheep, and Berkshire swine.The farm consists of about 200 acres. The barns are large and thoroughlymodern and are situated on the banks of the St. Lawrence River, four miles fromLancaster and thirteen miles from Cornwall. Mr. Eraser has been a patron of the Royal Cheese Factory and a member ofthe Cornwall Cheese and Butter Board for many years. He is a Unionist inpolitics, a Catholic in religion, and a Scotch-Canadian. Mr. Fraser is unmarried. 116 HISTORY OF THE CORNWALL CHEESE AND BUTTER BOARD D. J. FRASER DJ. FRASER was born on his farm. East yi Lot 15, Fifth Concession, Corn-« wall Township, November 30th, 1854. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. I.Eraser, and by his wife, M. A. Beatty, has three sons and six daughters.He is a Roman Catholic and a Liberal. His farm of 100 acres carries a stock of 13 cattle, 3 horses, 20 swine and 60 ^^Si^^i-: Text Appearing After Image: D. J. FRASER AND HIS HOME fowl and yields 500 bushels grain, 75 tons hay, 5 acres corn, 200 bushels potatoes,200 bushels vegetables and some fruit. Mr. Eraser has a sugar bush on his farm from which he makes about 150 gallonssyrup during a season, while Mrs. Eraser sold ^186.00 worth of turkeys in one year. Our subject has spent twenty-five years of his life on the farm and has beena patron of the Cheese Board for twenty-one years. 117 HISTORY OF THE CORNWALL CHEESE AND BUTTER BOARD POINTERS TO MILK PRODUCERS By A. DOUGALD CAMERON COOL, sweet milk makes most and best cheese. Milk is one of the most valu-able products of the Ontario farms, but it is also one of the most perishable.It deteriorates very rapidly it nep;lected. The cows should be healthy and clean, and have plenty of good pasture.Colostrum—the first six or seven mdkmgs—should not be sent to the factory.The stable should be clean, dry, and free from bad odors. The food should be clean,pine, sweet and wholesome. Cows eiv Note About Images Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.
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