I often think of Zinc as Mrs Claus and Vitamin C as Santa. Vitamin C has gotten all the fame and credit over the last decade, whilst zinc sits quietly in the background doing a lion’s share of the work.
During the nine months of pregnancy, a woman’s body undergoes many transformations. Some of these physical changes are visible and not surprising like weight gain and stretch marks, while others are lesser known and discussed.
What are they? And what do they mean?
Growing a baby doesn’t need to mean forgoing precious zzz’s
Your back is throbbing, stomach is bloated, ankles are swollen and sleepless nights have left you exhausted – you could definitely be forgiven for putting your feet up and taking it easy throughout pregnancy. But, while it may feel like the last thing you want to do, during pregnancy, exercise can be of huge benefit for both you and your baby.
Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a common condition affecting around 6 – 10% of the female population.