a blog by Marie Lee, Mar. 30, 2010
I’ve been following the work of Dr. Weston A. Price, a dentist who went to all sorts of different countries to try to figure out why so-called “primitive” people (without dental care) had no cavities. Dr. Weston collected a lot of data about a natural, unprocessed diet and its correlation to health. One thing he noticed was that lots of cultures use fish eggs as a fertility booster, often feeding them to young girls as they approach their menses.
This may have something to do with Vitamin A (which eggs are full of). Vitamin A promotes better cervical fluid, making it into a sperm-nourishing, plentiful, fertile consistency. Vitamin A also helps YOUR eggs, by ensuring that your follicles develop properly. Your follicles each hold an egg and one follicle releases an egg every month. The follicle then produces hormones that aid the egg in implanting in your uterus. Without enough Vitamin A, the follicle doesn't mature properly.