Dealing with infertility is an endless roller teacher of teachers of emotions: Frustration and excitement, hope and hopelessness, fear and anticipation, sadness and anger. Only someone who has experienced infertility can really understand what it’s like to yearn to have a baby but not to be able to conceive for whatever reason.
Lisa Olson’s ebook, Pregnancy Miracle, claims to have the answer, for couples struggling with infertility, to becoming pregnant in an all-natural way. In fact, in her sales pitch, she claims her book provides a surefire way of getting pregnant in only two months, regardless of why a couple has not been able to conceive.
After purchasing and reading Olson’s ebook, I think the answer becomes it depends on for what you are looking: A miracle? You won’t find it. A different approach to trying to conceive? You’ll find that but must decide if it’s the right approach for you.
Miracle is an often overused term, and that’s no exception in this case. Olson’s five step program, which we went over a few paragraphs ago, simply focuses on Chinese medicine and how to nurture your body in a way that makes it more likely for conception: Eating right, adding supplements to your daily regiment, undergoing a juice cleansing and fast, and knowing how to pinpoint the best time for conception.
Olson includes a lot of information when she discusses her program. Some of the information is simple commonsense: Stay away from lead and products that contain lead. Give up the junk food, including caffeine, and make sure you turn down the stress level.
She also provides a comprehensive list of vitamins and minerals you should add to your diet. There are so many vitamins and minerals that it becomes overwhelming. It’s definitely not a regiment that you want to begin before you consult your doctor.
Perhaps the most intriguing component of Olson’s miracle system is the juice cleanse and fast, which is accompanied by an approximate six to eight week recovery period (a lifetime if you’re trying to conceive). The cleanse and the fast, which Olson promotes as the way to rid your body of all of its toxins, seems to take a heavy toll on the body. You’ll feel a lot worse before you feel better, she advises, during those six to eight weeks following the fast.