Like every beautiful creation you want to bring to life, boosting fertility takes a good dose of trial and errors. Food can help.
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Important factors if you are trying to conceive
Important factors if you are trying to conceiveTrying to get pregnant is a rough and raw experience. It is often ruled by emotions, stigma, and myths. Let’s keep in mind some basics:1. This is not a female problem. Male partners are part of the equation too. In fact, sperm quality is impacted by male lifestyle choices. Get onboard in this journey with your partner.2. Before jumping into costly procedures, start by making dietary changes and learn more about your body and biomarkers by taking fertility tests.3. Mental health is as important as physical health when it comes to your reproductive system. Embrace the journey and take steps to fight stress and anxiety.
Dietary changes play a pivotal role in boosting fertility: clinical studies recommend low fat plant-based dietWe digest thousands of clinical studies and peer-reviewed science to help you take the right steps to reverse your condition.
People eating processed food take longer to get pregnant
Compared to women who ate fruit three or more times a day in the month before conception, women who ate fruit less than one to three times a month took half a month longer to become pregnant. Similarly, compared to women who never or rarely ate fast food, women who consumed fast food four or more times a week took nearly a month longer to become pregnant.
The influence of diet on fertility and the implications for public health nutrition
Saturated fats and sugar have been associated with poorer fertility outcomes in women and men. Furthermore, women and men with obesity [body mass index (BMI) ≥ 30 kg/m2] have a higher risk of infertility. This risk is extended to women who are underweight (BMI <20 kg/m2). Diet and BMI influence outcomes during clinical treatment for infertility.
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