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Top Foods for Increasing Fertility

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If you are ready for the next major stage in your life, it is wise to begin making some key changes in your eating habits.

The following text contains information about the 5 best foods that will help mothers-to-be get pregnant.

Whole wheat unrefined grain foods. There's no need to give up carbohydrates to control your weight. You just need to make sound decisions. The best carb-rich foods that increase the chances of getting pregnant are brown rice, oatmeal, whole grain bread.

These products have no adverse consequences on the body, the way refined carbohydrates do. These listed foods maintain healthy insulin levels, a prerequisite for increasing fertility.

Plant-based proteins. The proteins found in peas, beans and nuts are known for their ability to increase a woman's chances of conceiving. This does not apply for animal-based proteins, such as red meat and bird meat.


Further, legumes have a high iron content - a mineral that also improves fertility. Of course, to acquire an heir, you do not need to turn into a vegetarian. Experts advise to simply reduce your intake of animal-based foods.

Full fat dairy products. A Harvard University study has proven that women who regularly eat full fat dairy products have much fewer problems with ovulation in comparison to ladies who only eat nonfat foods.

Full fat dairy products are exceptionally valuable due to the high content of calcium, which is an excellent fertility stimulant. One dairy product per day is enough. Eating full fat dairy products excessively is not a good idea either.

Fresh fruits and vegetables. Not only are fresh plants remarkably healthy, they boost fertility. They contain antioxidants, which enhance reproductive capabilities.

Oranges and other citrus fruits, green leafy vegetables and strawberries contain folic acid. As is known, a deficiency of folic acid in the body of a future mother can lead to certain problems with the embryo.

Healthy fats. Monounsaturated, polyunsaturated and Omega-3 are considered to be healthy fats. They increase insulin sensitivity and are therefore good for fertility. Nuts, avocado, pumpkin seeds, salmon, sardines and sesame seeds are valuable sources of essential fatty acids.