TOP 5 Fertility Boosting Foods

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Trying for a baby can be an exciting time for couples.

It can bring emotional highs…

and emotional lows…

especially when, despite getting on with the baby making, you and your partner are still waiting and waiting.

You are not alone. The World Health Organization data shows that up to 48 Million couples globally deal with infertility.

The ability to conceive is usually determined by key factors:

– Estrogen and progesterone balance in a woman’s body that regulates menstrual cycles and promotes ovulation

– The count, health, and quality of women’s eggs and men’s sperm – key ingredients in conception

These all come together to create a new beautiful life.

When one or more of these are hindered due to factors such as:

– physical impairment
– stress
– age
– poor health
– and lousy nutrition…

…infertility can happen.

Infertility means that conception has been unsuccessful even after 12 months, or 6 months for women over 35.

Some of these factors may be uncontrollable and may need other interventions… but some you can still control!

Because being infertile doesn’t necessarily mean sterility – or the inability to have a child. 50% of couples who get help can still turn things around.

Barring other issues, stress and nutrition are the two easiest places to start.

You can reduce stress by committing to:

Be mindful
And Exercise

But most controllable of all: the food that we eat!

We know that a healthy diet means a healthy body.

But, did you also know that healthy foods support healthy reproduction?

A study from Harvard Medical School found that specific food can impact
– hormone balance
– ovulation
– sperm motility, quality, and count
– the health of a woman’s eggs
– even fertilization!

In this video, we want to help you and your partner get on the right path to good nutrition to optimize conception.

You can start making smart food choices for fertility — eating the right food, and avoiding the wrong ones.

We’ve put together a cheat sheet of our 5 Top Fertility Boosting Foods.

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🔎 Today we’re going to be revealing The Top 5 Fertility Boosting Foods!
Avocados have been quite the trendy superfood. But, did you know that they are as great for boosting fertility as they are in a salad or a homemade spread?

Another great source of healthy fats is oily fish like salmon.

Salmon is rich in Omega 3 fatty acids which are known to
– regulate reproductive hormones and
– aid in increased blood flow to the reproductive organs.

Beans, the magical fruit —- in more ways than one!

Here’s what’s great about legumes, which include beans, peas, and lentils.

First, they are plant-based sources of protein. Protein is the building block of our tissues, including reproductive tissues.

Increasing our daily intake of vegetables is generally good for us. But, there’s a whole bunch of vegetables that can be pinpointed as Fertility Boosters, too.


To get to why whole grains are so good for fertility, we first need to understand why the opposite
…refined carbohydrates… are not that great.

White bread, pasta, snacks, and desserts are made of refined carbs and sugars that the body uses quickly for fuel.

These foods have a high glycemic index.

GI is a score that measures how certain foods make blood sugar and insulin rise. Since it’s quick fuel, your body needs to burn it up otherwise it’s stored as sugar and fat.

Fertility was shown to be reduced by 30% with a diet high in sugar.

In a study, high GI diets were found to
– disrupt women’s menstrual cycles,
– throw reproductive hormones out of balance.
– affect the quality of a man’s sperm
– and lower the health of women’s eggs

What’s more, chronically high blood sugar can lead to diabetes, which can cause further complications.

Adding complex carbs like quinoa, millet, spelt, and oats are great for your health and your fertility.

They are low GI meaning they don’t trigger sudden insulin level rise.

Your body digests them at a steady pace.

Keeping insulin levels steady has actually been shown to PROMOTE ovulation and impact egg health.

There you have it, the top 5 fertility-boosting foods.


Disclaimer: This content including advice provides generic information only. It is in no way a substitute for a qualified medical opinion. Always consult a specialist or your own doctor for more information.

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