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How to have Healthy and Brilliant child?

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How to have Healthy and Brilliant child?







AN  ISO 9001:2008 ORGANISATION FOR INFERTILITY TREATMENT WITH HEALTHY FOOD, HEALTHY LIFE STYLE...

I clearly  explained the nutrients, proteins, minerals, vitamins etc... as required in your sperm /eggs to form all parts of your child and the importance of   1.  Air  2. Water  3. Healthy food  4. Rest  5. Excrement  6.  Exercise  and 7. Healthy Thoughts or Positive Thinking  to avoid defective birth.  Please see my blog
Fertility and Pregnancy.   What ever the minerals.vitamins, nutrients, proteins etc...as required to form your sperm/eggs are available in your Healthy food  please see my blogs  1.Required Nutrients  2.Mineral Values
3.Nutritional Values

In my 40 years research I applied my theory  on many couples and achieved positive results i.e. all are given birth to HEALTHY  AND BRILLIANT CHILD.  This encouraged me a lot and I decided to explain my theory to all couples around the world.

I wish every couple should have HEALTHY AND BRILLIANT C…

Birth defects in different countries

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AN  ISO 9001:2008 ORGANISATION FOR INFERTILITY TREATMENT WITH HEALTHY FOOD, HEALTHY LIFE STYLE...

United States

Congenital heart defects are the most common type of birth defect in the United States, affecting nearly 1% of—or about 40,000—births per year. Trisomy 21, or Down syndrome, is a common birth defect with an estimated 6,000 cases identified annually. Orofacial clefts, including cleft lip and cleft palate, are another common type of birth defect with approximately 7,000 cases identified annually.

India

According to joint World Health Organization (WHO) and MOD meeting report, birth defects account for 7% of all neonatal mortality and 3.3 million under five deaths. In India birth defects prevalence varies from 61 to 69.9/1000 live births.
Major birth defects include congenital heart defects, neural tube defects (NTDs) and Down syndrome, hemoglobinophathies and glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency, cause 20% of infant mortality and are responsible for a substantial number of …