When you go online and Google “Pregnancy Miracle Book by Lisa Olson”, you will find a lot of reviews that tend to be conflicting. Some women say that it works great while others even go as far as saying it is a hoax. Some say that they got their expected results after following the tips while it did not do anything for others. How then can you make a smart decision whether or not to purchase a book based on opposing reviews?
Here is my take on it.
Perhaps women watched too many fairy tales as a child. They think that at that perfect time, they will meet the man of her dreams, they will get married and live happily ever after with their beautiful children. However, those who have already tied the knot would know that having children is not always easy. Some couples have been trying for years, spending hard earned money all to no avail. Some even go as far as getting a surrogate mother or artificial insemination. That is expensive and still, there is no assurance.
No wonder Lisa Olson’s Book got such a huge response online. All of a sudden, women have hope that they do not have to spend so much to get their dream of being a mother.
Again, the big question is, does it work?
The important thing in Lisa Olson's Book is that it offers no Medical intervention. Everything is all natural. In fact, the way I see it, it is more about behavior modification. To encourage future moms (and dads) to live healthier lives because everything else will follow from there. Not only will you be less susceptible to sickness but your fertility levels will increase as well.
Truth be told, most of the things written in the book are facts that women should already know but tend to forget. Get 8 to 10 hours of sleep. Learn proper stress management. Eat healthy and avoid junk food. Stop smoking. Ditch the alcohol. Aren’t those things a given for couples who want to conceive? Still, many have to be reminded of those things and that is exactly what the book does.
The book even tells what kinds of food and supplements to take in order to help boost fertility and it also has a list of food items to avoid as it counteracts all the positive efforts.
I honestly think that the Pregnancy Miracle Book by Lisa Olson could work for you however, take note that there are other factors at play. It is not enough to just read the book and follow some things. It must be taken in totality. Expectation management is also necessary. Again, women are different from one another and so there is no 100 percent guarantee that things will work. However, it will increase the chances of pregnancy and that alone, I think makes it worth a shot. Remember those things when you decide to buy a copy for yourself. This is my “review” on the existing reviews.