Escaping the Infertility Epidemic
At least 10-15% of married couples are experiencing fertility issues.
30%-40% male and 40%-50% females experience infertility.
In the last 40 years, the sperm count in males has halved.
These are all symptoms of an epidemic.
Diet, lifestyle and goals in life has undergone seismic shifts in the last few generations.
The hormones that make women fertile, estrogen and progesterone are made from cholesterol. Consuming the raw materials to make these essential hormones gives our body a greater chance of being able to conceive.
Ghee, which is the ultimate reproductive food has been replaced by refined and palm oils which can only do harm like infants being born with several mental and physical disabilities.
Desi Cow's ghee is a great source of vitamin K2, making it an important food for pre-conception and pregnancy.
Charakh Samhita recommends 90 days preparation prior to conception which involves virechan (ghee based detox) followed by diet that has high proportion of desi cow's milk, ghee, honey, barley etc. This prepares the egg, sperms and womb optimally for conception.
A couple trying for babies must consult experts and change their diet if they want a good and healthy progeny.
Ved Garbh Vihar (Jamnagar, Gujarat) and Shashwat (Bangalore, Karnataka) have fortnight long residential fertility enhancement programs based on this ancient knowledge while living close to nature and desi cows.