Nutrition plays a big roll when it comes to having a healthy body and reproductive system. A good diet can help in retaining well being and a good fertility diet is what you need to conceive. What things to consider when you are expecting for a baby? Think about some these fertility diet guides:
* Eat a lot of organic vegetables and fruits: Studies have also shown organic vegetables and fruits to have more nutritional value and positively effect both male and female fertility than conventional.
* Eat organic, grass-fed, raw dairy or eliminate dairy products – Organic, grass-fed, raw dairy is the best choice of dairy sources. But take note that dairy foods such as milk and cheese may be congesting to the body. In cases of congesting fertility issues such as PCOS and Endometriosis, they may aggravate the imbalance. Observe how your body does with it. Dairy that is not organic should be avoided as it contains added hormones and antibiotics which can contribute to increased estrogen levels in the body. There are many healthy alternatives to dairy such as fresh almond or hemp milks.
* Eat cold water fish more than all kinds fishes– Fish supplies important essential fatty acids (omega 3) help in the production of hormones, anti-inflammation, and help regulate the menstrual cycle.
* Choose meat that is Grass Fed and Organic– Grass Fed meats are a great source of essential fatty acids, are low in saturated fat, and are a great source of protein. If you are experiencing endometriosis you may want to reduce the amount of red meat that you eat as a study has shown a connection between high red meat consumption and endometriosis.
* Choose only free range/Organic chicken – Do not choose red meat, or conventionally raised chicken that is full of antibiotics and hormones which can have negative effects on hormonal health.
* Eat only grains in their whole, natural form – Whole grains are filled with fiber, important vitamins, and immune supporting properties. Fiber is important for helping the body to get rid of excess hormones and helps to keep the blood sugar balanced.
* Eat high fiber foods with each meal – Fiber helps to regulate the blood sugar levels which helps to reduce fertility issues such as PCOS, immunological issues, and promotes healthy hormonal balance. Some examples of high fiber foods are fruits, vegetables, dark leafy greens, and beans.
* Drink lots of clean water – Be sure to drink at least half your body weight in ounces of clean, purified or filtered water daily. It is best to avoid bottled waters as some of the plastics in the bottle can contribute to hormonal imbalance due to there estrogen mimicking chemicals. The best waters to choose from are reverse osmosis and distilled. Avoid tap water, as many recent studies have shown tap water to be laced with harmful pesticides from agricultural runoff.