does a fertility diet contain? An optimal fertility diet is about what
to avoid, as much as it is about what to include. A fertility diet
should be as fresh as possible and organic wherever possible. Key
elements are good quality protein sources and good fats.
What should you eat?
may eat organic meat in small quantities, game, small deep-sea fish
such as sardines and red snapper, and organic legumes that are home
cooked (not canned). Others are whole grains, nuts, seeds, vegetables
and fruit in season, organic where possible.
your consumption of good fats and avoid dangerous fats. Good fats
include monounsaturated fats in olive oil, polyunsaturated fats in oily
fish and nuts and midchain fatty acids found
in coconut oil.
For cooking, use
clarified butter (ghee) or coconut butter (without flavour), as they do
not become unstable when heated. For non-heated oil requirements
(salads, etc), use cold pressed olive oil, flaxseed oil and nut oils.
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He walked slowly and weakly into the
living room and then slumped on the sofa. His face expressed
frustrations at pains from the day’s headaches.
“I am sad because I have brain tumour
and it’s giving me different problems like headaches, weak arms and
legs. I’m very weak and have difficulty in walking. It also affects my
vision but God has a way for me. I enjoyed outdoor games but I can’t do
them anymore and I can no longer play with my friends outside. I don’t
get to go to school because of this illness. I’m in eighth grade, but
I’m home schooling these days,” he said, as he covered his body with a
He was stretched on the sofa, surrounded by his family.
These days, Ifeoluwapo Isijola, waits
for a hospital that would accept him for the clinical trial treatment of
his Grade three glioma brain cancer. He is thirteen years old.
On the Christmas Eve of December 2006,
Ifeoluwapo was being groomed for the great season’s celebration with his
family. His parents brought in the family barber to make him look good
with a nice haircut. Earlier in the year and at different times, he had
complained of headaches and uncomfortable pains in the head that kept
him awake during the day and all night. But on that December evening,
the barber applied some pressure to Ifeoluwapo’s head while cutting his
hair and he went into sudden seizure.
If you are looking to conceive, a better
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Dimgba is a single lady and an Orphan, she lost her parents some years
ago and currently lives with her elder brother at No 25, Ewenla Street,
Bariga, Lagos. Iheoma who is also a seamstress has been diagnosed with
kidney failure and she is dire and urgent need of N8
million for a kidney transplant.
Earlier Iheoma was managing the ailment thinking that she had malaria but her health kept
deteriorating and she was referred by doctors to undergo some tests.
comprehensive checks, during April 2014 Iheoma was diagnosed with acute renal failure, a
chronic kidney disease associated with reduction in urine output at the
Peak diagnostic center and was later confirmed at Gbagada general
According to a medical report, the ailing Iheoma needs a
kidney transplant to stay alive.
Nephrologist advised that a kidney transplant should
be done as soon as possible. The N8million for the surgery includes fees for donor/ recipient
compatibility testing, transportation and the immunosuppressant”.
for help to save her life, Iheoma said that all the money she has made
from her petty stremstress business and that of family and
friends have been pumped into her health as she has now resorted to
borrowing in order to undergo her dialysis.
She said, "We have spent so much
and we have nothing left. Each week, we spend, so much to take
care of dialysis sessions, tests and other hospital expenses".
Presently, Iheoma cannot walk nor raise both legs on her own as she complains about the
legs being heavy and painful. She is now appealing to the kind hearted Nigerians to help
save her life so that she can live a fulfilled life.
In her words Iheoma said, "Your intervention and support will go a long way
in easing my pains and keeping me alive. Please save me!".
Iheoma requires N8m to
enable her to undergo a kidney transplant.
Readers who wish to help Iheoma can send their donations to:
Beneficiary: GOODLUCK DIMGBA
Account number: 0016690346
Bank: Diamond Bank
Or Call Iheoma Dimgba- 08138876238 or Okechi Dimgba on 07037952890 (her brother)
no amount is too small or too much to give, to help save Iheoma's life.
Please also if you don't have anything to donate, you can atleast call
her mobile number to encourage her.
Thanks and God bless!