THE NATURAL FERTILITY DIET


HOW TO EAT FOR OPTIMAL FERTILITY

Eating a fertility diet in preparation for pregnancy and to boost fertility is one of the most powerful health changes you can make. Numerous studies have shown that specific changes to the diet can increase the chances of healthy ovulation, prevent recurrent miscarriage and support a healthy pregnancy.

Nutrition plays a big role when it comes to having a healthy body and reproductive system. The building blocks for hormones are found in the foods we eat. Antioxidants which help to protect the egg and sperm from free radicals are found in the foods that we eat. Just as nutrients in food can be helpful for fertility, there are some foods and chemicals added to foods that can be harmful for your healthy and fertility.
In working with our natural fertility clients the first topic of discussion, is “what is your diet like”? more often than not, it is not a diet that is healthy for fertility.
Regardless of what your definition of healthy is, today I am going to share with you what the definition of healthy is for fertility, and what that  looks like in real life. A diet for fertility will even look different compared to a normal healthy whole food diet. This may very well be different compared to how you are eating now and include foods that are foreign , new to you or even exotic sounding.
What is Fertility Diet?
So what exactly is a fertility diet? A natural fertility Diet is a way of eating that is supporting your body in its reproductive efforts. It includes foods which are dense in specific nutrients needed for hormonal function. Production and balance, fetal development, egg heath, sperm health, blood health, and much more. It is a diet that is designed to help your body to balance fertility issues that may exist, build up nutrient stores and provide all of the building blocks for a healthy  child. It is also  a diet that is focused on giving you and your future child the best start in life.
Why Eat A Natural Fertility Diet?
·         Did you know that there are specific nutrients that are needed by the young fetus before you can even detect pregnancy? And a deficiency in these nutrients could cause serious birth defects?
·         Did you know that the foods you eat today impact the health of your eggs and sperm 90 days from now?
·         Did you know that the number one treatment for balancing PCOS and getting pregnancy despite it is diet?
·         Did you know that what you don’t eat is just as important as what you do eat?
·         Did you know that the number one cause of infertility (anovulation-lack of ovulation) can many times be remedied by changes in the diet?
Eating a Natural Fertility Diet is something everyone can do regardless of location, fertility issue, age, time, and money. We all eat so why not eat in a way that supports your fertility.
The Benefits of Eating a Natural Fertility Diet
·         Provides antioxidants, vitamins and minerals which help to protect egg and sperm health from the damage caused by free radicals.
·         Supports the body towards hormonal balance by providing the fats needed for hormone production and function
·         Provides the body with an abundance of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and other nutrients needed for optimal health
·         May decease chances of a miscarriage  due to insulin resistance, damage done by free  radicals to DNA, and egg and sperm health.
·         Helps  to build important nutrient stores for pregnancy
·         Supports a healthy reproductive system
·         Promotes energy and vitality

 

             The Benefits of Eating a Natural Fertility Diet

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  •       Provides antioxidants, vitamins and minerals which help to protect egg & sperm  health        from the damage caused by free radicals. 


  • ·       Supports the body towards hormonal balance by providing the fats needed for hormone    production and function.


  • ·         Provides the body with an abundance of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and other nutrients needed for optimal health 


  • ·         May decease chances of a miscarriage  due to insulin resistance, damage done by free  radicals to DNA, and egg and sperm health. 


  • ·         Helps  to build important nutrient stores for pregnancy 


  • ·         Supports a healthy reproductive system 


  • ·         Promotes energy and vitality

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