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Fertility guru reveals how her natural therapies helped more than 1,000 women become pregnant

By Goodrich: (NaturalNews) According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), an estimated one out of eight couples, or 12 percent, have trouble conceiving or carrying a pregnancy until the end.

Dr Xiao-Ping Zhai, a doctor trained in both Western and traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), has helped more than 1,000 women worldwide get pregnant without the need for in vitro fertilization (IVF). She was a pediatrician in Guangzhou before moving to the UK and setting up The Zhai Clinic for fertility treatment in London.

BPA plastics chemical causing sperm count decline

By Wilson: (NaturalNews) A recent study conducted by researchers from Washington State University substantiates earlier claims regarding the connection between endocrine mimickers, such as bisphenol A (BPA), and fertility complications in men and women, according to a report by the Press Association.

Hormone disruptors, found in a variety of sources, continue to pose a very real threat to humans as they alter the normal functioning of hormones, interfering with signaling processes that tell our tissues what to do.

Flame retardant chemical accident 40 years ago is still damaging people's health today

By Wilson: (NaturalNews) More than 40 years ago, a Michigan chemical company made a careless mistake that would affect people's lives for generations to come. The incident involved polybrominated biphenyl, or PBB, a man-made flame retardant designed to prevent plastics from burning.

An excerpt from Joyce Egginton's book titled The Poisoning of Michigan describes what happened:

USDA approves Monsanto alfalfa despite presence of infertility-causing pathogens

The U.S. Department of Agriculture has recently deregulated Monsanto's Roundup Ready alfalfa, but two weeks before the department's chief, Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack, made his decision, a senior soil expert alerted USDA to a newly discovered, microscopic pathogen that had been found in high concentrations in Roundup Ready corn and soy the researchers believe could be causing infertility in livestock, as well as diseases in crops that have the potential to threaten the nation's entire domestic food supply.

Arsenic exposure linked to lower sperm concentration in men.

Arsenic exposure may reduce men's sperm counts, a Chinese study has found. Whether reproduction is affected is not known, since the amount of sperm in semen is only one measure of male fertility. People are exposed to arsenic mainly through water and food. The preliminary study is the first to link men's sperm quality with exposure to arsenic.

GMO-Fed Hamsters Become Infertile, Have Stunted Growth

By Lisa Garber, 08 August 12

Yet another study has concluded that feeding animals GMOs results in higher rates of infant mortality and causes fertility problems. Russian biologist Alexey V. Surov and other researchers fed Campbell hamsters (which have fast reproduction rates) Monsanto GM soy for two years. It should be noted that hamsters do not evolutionarily eat soy-just as cows fed Monsanto corn are actually ruminants and would not naturally eat corn.