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ROBERT A. GREENE, M.D., is the medical director of the Sher Institute for Reproductive Medicine in California, and he is one of the country's leading hormone specialists and a practicing ob/gyn. A world-renowned brain researcher, he gives about 75 lectures a year to the worldwide medical community. His articles linking hormone depletion to brain health and quality of life have appeared in many major medical journals. LAURIE TARKAN is an award-winning medical writer with more than twenty years of journalism and writing experience. She is the author of "My Mother's Breast: Daughters Face Their Mothers' Cancer, " writes about health issues for the "New York Times, " and has written for magazines, including "Self, Child, Fit Pregnancy, Family Circle, "and "Health."
"An insightful, encouraging, and provocative toolbox for couples seeking fertility."--Dr. Mehmet Oz, the co-author of the "You" series of books "Greene is a fertility specialist, reproductive endocrinologist, obstetrician, gynecologist and hormone researcher, so his patients struggling with infertility, he says, are often surprised when, instead of suggesting state-of-the-art, expensive fertility treatments, he advocates changes in diet and lifestyle. Greene offers plenty of case studies to prove that his plan can work where assisted reproductive technologies fail. He believes that, in many cases, unexplained infertility is caused by imbalanced hormones. Improper diet, lack of exercise and stress can cause the body's hormones to go out of whack. With a dietary overhaul (drastically reduce animal products and go organic for starters), prenatal supplements and the addition of yoga or other stress reducers, Greene has been able to make many couples' dreams of having a baby come true. Greene points out that many other factors can affect fertility (exposure to extreme heat, toxic chemicals or bike riding on a hard seat, for example) and offers tips to improve your chances of conceiving. This book is a must-read for couples having difficulty getting pregnant."--"Publishers Weekly "