It is gradually becoming well known how many health reasons there are for ensuring good levels of vitamin D in our systems but perhaps we are less aware of its importance during pregnancy and even in up to conception.
We share the very recent story of the birth of baby Isobel to Erin and her husband who live in New Zealand. Mom is an apothocare of natural health and was determined to give her baby as natural a birth as possible.
Sadly, there is a campaign in the media (including social media) of dividing new mothers into two camps ‚Äì those who breast feed and those who don't. We don't want to add fuel to this. Instead, we just want to point out the advantages (as they arise) to those who choose to breastfeed and are able to do so. This is no reflection on those mothers-to-be who are unable to, or decide against, for whatever reason.
Thread veins are also known as ‚ÄúSpider Veins‚Äù or ‚ÄúBroken Veins‚Äù. Many who develop thread veins find them embarrassing or unsightly and really wish they could do something about them. They are normally found on the legs but can also appear on the breasts, arms and even the face. They are more likely in women than in men.