Some of us know that many of the events on the calendar we celebrate were originally derived from pagan ceremonies. They were blessed and are now celebrated as parts of Christianity.
Eggs and Rabbits (symbolising fertility) have nothing to do with the Christian holiday, which is giving us all a timely break this weekend.
In the end, it really doesn’t matter where it has come from and what it originally meant. It’s about how we celebrate it now and what it symbolises now.
Since I specialise in fertility and womens and mens health issues, I thought of something that would be great to share, to celebrate your fertility this Easter weekend. I love to help people fertilise themselves (haha), just remember that moderation is the key this weekend.
How To Protect Your Fertility During Easter
Too much sugar, too much alcohol and too many refined or processed foods can impact your fertility. It can affect a woman’s eggs, a man’s sperm and it can affect the reproductive organs that you use to celebrate the joys of sex and fertility. This is now known as a medical fact.
So look after your sperm and look after your eggs! And in true celebration of the original holiday, which involves a very fertile bunny spreading eggs and his seed everywhere, go forth and have lots of sex and be fertile! Because having sex is good for eggs, sperm and all your other fertile bits too.
For those that don’t want to add another addition to the family, go and practice anyway. It is good for your reproductive organs and it’s good for your health and hormones also. Just practice safe sex. There are chocolate flavoured condoms and chocolate body paint for additional fun – much better than boring old Easter eggs.
Even better, break out the organic coconut oil and raw chocolate, and now we have healthy options as well — woo hoo!
If anyone asks why the bedroom door is locked all weekend, tell them the fertility doctor said you should, and it is good for your healthy lifestyle plan!
Happy fertility weekend!
To find out more about Conception, you can read BellyBelly’s article:
Can Orgasm Increase A Woman’s Chance Of Conceiving?