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An exciting new product and a giveaway!

Postby unaffected » Mon Dec 03, 2012 7:19 am

TwoWeekWait.com is having yet another giveaway on our Facebook page! This time, it's for a new product from Fairhaven Health called OvaBoost. This product is suitable for anyone wishing to improve egg quality, and specifically to women battling PCOS or for women TTC who have declining egg quality due to age or other factors.

All you need to do to enter is to comment on the giveaway post on TwoWeekWait.com's Facebook page. Ten winners will be chosen. The contest is open to residents in the U.S. and Canada (Canadian residents, please note that you may be charged duty on the package if you win). The winners will be announced on Friday, December 7 at noon EST. Good luck!

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From the Fairhaven Health website:

Promote egg quality and ovarian function with OvaBoost!

It is well known that women are born with a finite number of eggs, and that this number steadily declines as women age. But, it is also true that the quality of a woman's eggs diminishes with age, which is perhaps more detrimental to overall fertility than diminishing ovarian reserve. But, age isn’t the only factor that impacts egg quality, and even young women can have suboptimal egg health. Chronic exposure to environmental toxins, stress, poor diet, hormonal imbalances, and ovarian surgeries all take a toll on egg quality, making it difficult to conceive. Poor egg quality can lead to fertility issues in a few different ways. As egg quality decreases it is more difficult for sperm to fertilize the egg, implantation following fertilization is less likely to be successful, and miscarriages are more frequent due to chromosomal abnormalities.

While there is no way to increase the number of eggs that a woman has, it is possible to improve the quality of her eggs. Research indicates that egg cells are highly susceptible to harm from free radicals, the unstable oxygen molecules that are produced as the body breaks down toxins. And, to function in a healthy way, egg cells need to produce a tremendous amount of energy. OvaBoost was formulated by a team of medical experts to include key ingredients to protect egg cells from the damaging effects of free radicals and to help egg cells produce the energy they need for successful conception and implantation.*

This unique formulation is highlighted by a trio of ingredients, myo-inositol, folic acid, and melatonin that has been scientifically proven to improve egg quality. Of course, folic acid is already well-known for its ability to prevent neural tube defects, and it is recommended that all women of child-bearing age take in a sufficient amount of folic acid. But, recent research indicates that when folic acid is given in combination with two powerful antioxidants, myo-inositol and melatonin, egg quality is significantly improved in women undergoing IVF treatments. Recent research also confirms that myo-inositol works to improve insulin sensitivity, thereby helping to promote optimal ovarian function and cycle regularity in women with PCOS.

In addition, OvaBoost includes Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10), which is also a powerful antioxidant. But, CoQ10 also plays an important role in energy production within egg cells. Once conception occurs, the amount of cell division that occurs to allow the egg to grown into an embryo and successfully implant into the wall of the uterus requires a tremendous amount of energy. CoQ10 works within the mitochondria (the energy powerhouse of the cell) of the egg cell to help ensure that energy production is optimal.

Finally, OvaBoost contains three additional antioxidant ingredients, Vitamin E, grapeseed extract and alpha lipoic acid, to help ensure your egg cells are adequately protected from the damaging effects of free radicals.

OvaBoost was designed specifically for trying-to-conceive women who are over the age of 35, and for women who have PCOS. However, OvaBoost is also intended to optimize egg quality and ovarian function in trying to conceive women of all ages.
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