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    Just come across this article and thought it might be useful for some of you Top 10 Fertility Foods To Eat When You Are Trying To Conceive
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    I think natural ways are always beneficial than medicines, treatments and supplements. Good deal of oxygen, Fresh food free of chemicals, fertilizers or junk (Organic), enough exercise (as per persons stamina and need) usage of fruits and vegetables (Again organic) and stress free life style is more than any remedy/medicine for a general health.
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    Most people think in terms what to eat, but what they don't realize is the importance of what not to eat also. Sugar, flour, or products manufactured from them, fast food and basically anything that comes in a can or a box is not the food you should eat if you want to lead healthy life or you are on your fertility journey. It seems as we have forgotten what our ancestors ate. Grains and Getting Pregnant | Paleo-Mama: All About Egg Health


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    For a woman's reproductive system, balanced nutrition is important: proteins, fats, carbohydrates. For women of childbearing period, antioxidants (vitamins E, C), folic acid, iodine, magnesium, vitamins D, A, Omega 3, iron, copper are extremely necessary. Especially important is calcium, zinc, potassium, and microelements. A full diet allows a woman to hope that a conception will occur. Lack of weight, its serious deviation from the norm, three times reduce the chances of conceiving and giving birth to a child. Overweight reduces these chances twice, because it causes passivity in intimate relationships. I know the foods that help to conceive. First: Eggs - Lecithin, is involved in the production of sex hormones. Oily fish - normalize the hormonal balance. Sea kale, walnuts, seafood - Iodine regulates the hormonal cycles of a woman, increases the chance of fertilization. Carrots - carotene, zinc - enhance metabolic processes, have a complex effect on the body, help conception. Pine nuts - Vegetable proteins, linoleic acid. Cottage cheese - Calcium, protein. Stimulate the immune system vitamins B. Greenery and leafy vegetables - Calcium, folic acid, vitamin complex, a complex of microelements, fiber. The source of B vitamins are bread products, pasta. Zinc supports the health of the male sperm and fertility. Not refined vegetable oil - a source of vitamins B, E, C and carbohydrates. Very useful are olive, pumpkin, sesame oils and the original products from which it is squeezed, for example, sunflower seeds, pumpkins, sesame seeds. But there are dangerous products that cause infertility in women and kill sperm in men. For example: Coffee, tea, chocolate - Increases the level of prolactin, negatively affects
    on the tissue of the mammary glands, flushes calcium. Sugar - increases inflammation, aggravates fungal diseases. 70% of all modern diseases are derived from sugar. Alcohol - White wine reduces reproductive function, beer reduces reproductive function in men. Tobacco products - tripled the number of carcinogens. Salt is a very harmful product for everyone. Beer, when used in unlimited quantities, can completely change the hormonal background of a man. Many people say that honey helps to quickly conceive a child. But I take this information with doubts. It seems to me that it can be used as an addition to the basic treatment. Do not assume that honey can have a strong effect. So...


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    Unhealthy food intake, whether too much or too little, has been recognized as a contributing factor to infertility for many years. Too little or too much weight can make your reproductive cycle irregular. That causes you to ovulate only now and then, or not at all. The study found that women who ate foods containing higher amounts of trans fats, animal proteins and carbohydrates, among other dietary factors, were more likely to have an ovulatory disorder. Ovulation problems cause infertility in about 20 percent of women seeking help in becoming pregnant. The researchers concluded that a majority of such cases "may be preventable" by adjusting diet and lifestyle. Those findings apply only to women with ovulation problems and not to all infertile women. Yet, key study findings could give many women new avenues to explore, including: Switch protein sources. Replace some of the beef, pork or chicken you eat (animal protein) with vegetable protein sources, such as cooked dried beans and nuts. When five percent of total calories eaten come from vegetable protein instead of animal, the risk of ovulatory infertility drops by more than 50 percent. Add some high-fat dairy. Call it the Chunky Monkey Effect. The more low-fat dairy products you eat, the greater your risk of ovulatory infertility. Yes, you read that right—although the study's authors caution against using this to justify late-night freezer raids for a pint of premium ice cream. Instead, try replacing one low-fat dairy serving per day with one high-fat serving, such as a glass of whole milk. Don't forget your vitamins. Women in the study who regularly took iron supplements and multivitamins containing folic acid had less ovulation-related infertility.


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    Eating a nutritious diet and making positive lifestyle changes can help boost fertility.
    Some tips to boost fertility
    1.Consume plenty of water
    2.Have a healthy weight.
    3.Cut caffeine.
    4.Manage stress.
    5.Stop drinking
    6.stop smoking.
    7.Have a lot of sex.
    8.Eat food rich in antioxidants.
    9.Eat a bigger breakfast.
    10.Avoid fat foods.
    11.Cut down carbs.
    12.Eat more fibre.
    13.Take time to relax.
    14.Include iron content foods.
    For more details Best gynaecologist in kerala.Good nutrition is vital for a healthy body and reproductive system.Best of luck


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