A fertility diet can help women boost their fertility, reduce or eliminate the risk of infertility, and improve their overall health.
But it can also lead to health problems, according to research from the University of Minnesota.
Researchers at the university analyzed more than 3,600 women who had completed a fertility diet program, using data from the National Fertility Registry.
The results show the diet was linked to a higher risk of cardiovascular disease, breast cancer, and death.
“Women who had a low level of fertility were also at higher risk for heart disease, type 2 diabetes, stroke, and other chronic conditions,” the study says.
The diet, which was introduced in the United States in the 1970s, aims to boost the levels of the hormones progesterone and estrogen in women’s bodies.
The diet is usually offered in conjunction with a menopause and women have to start getting the hormone levels in their bodies back.
However, some studies have suggested that the diet may not help women recover from a menopausal or postmenopausal state.
The study also found that a diet that was low in nutrients, such as sugars, fats and sodium, may be linked to an increased risk of death from cardiovascular disease.
Researchers say that women should start the diet early and have a regular exercise program.
But if they’re worried about the diet being too restrictive, the study suggests that women can also take supplements that increase their levels of nutrients.
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