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Infertility is not weakness; it’s a medical condition that can arise from both male and female person. It is not  just a woman’s thing. More and more research is showing that healthy fertility is related to the health of both the man and the woman. Eating well balanced meals is the starting place.

Healthy nutrition is linked to fertility for both men and women. Therefore, it is important for   both to eat well balanced meals. It is an investment in both of you and your fertility. Research is affirming what nutritionists believed — our body reacts negatively to the junk that gets put into it and works better when given what it needs.

So, you must have to know that what is the healthy nutrition that directly relates to healthy fertility and what kinds of foods to avoid. Let’s take it to the next level and talk about key fac­tors of a nutritional plan targeted towards conception.

Let’s have a sharp look at the healthy food list for healthy fertility for both men and women:

If you are planning to take a baby , these are the most probable diet chart you can have before you are preparing for conception .And remember, women are not only supposed to take balanced diet r.  You are responsible for healthy fertility too! 

  1. WATER: Drink lots of water! Water is important for organ function by serving as the mechanism for helping deliver the nutrients to your body.
  • It also influ­ences your hormonal balance and we all know the importance of hormones and pregnancy.
  • Furthermore, water cleanses and helps carry toxins out of your body allowing it to function at optimal levels and helps prevent those toxins from building up and negatively impacting your fertility.
  1. COMPLEX CARBOHYDRATES: Eating complex carbohydrates like vegetables, whole grains, brown rice, and whole grain cereals and pasta are some of the best ways to get the nutrients that positively influence your fertility.
  • Although fruits are simple carbohydrates, you should still include them in your dietary intake because they include other nutrients that are favorable for concep­tion.
  • The complex carbohydrates of vegetables, whole grains and fruits also ensure that you have fiber in your diet.
  • Along with water, fiber works to help remove toxins from your system keeping your organs and body in healthy working condition.
  1. PROTEIN: Protein influences your fertility by providing the nutrients that con­tribute towards hormone production. Some protein should be consumed during every meal; however, it is important what type of protein you eat.

The best proteins come from eggs, beans, nuts, seeds, oily fish and white meat. If you must eat red meat, choose lean cuts and avoid processed meats like bacon and sausage. Also, make sure you avoid fish that are high in mercury.

  1. GOOD FATS: There are different types of fats and they are important to your fertility.
  • The fatty acids found in oily fish, nuts and seeds affect both fertility and the healthy development of your growing baby during pregnancy.
  • The trans fats in processed foods and the saturated fats in animal meat are the ones that can have a negative impact on your fertility and should be avoided.
  • Essential fatty acids can be obtained in oily fish like mackerel and salmon, as well as nuts and seeds.
  1. WHOLE MILK: Although it is best to avoid saturated fats, especially from animal sources, there is new research in the area of milk fat. Recent studies point to a link in between drinking whole milk and increased fertility rates in women. In fact, researchers found that women who drank 3 or more glasses of whole milk a day were 70% less likely to be infertile due to failed ovulation.
  • It appears the natural hormones found in whole milk fat seem to give a boost to fertility in women.
  • If the milk fat is removed, the natural hormones left in non-fat milk seem to decrease fertility in women by increasing ovulation failure rates. Therefore, it is recommended that women switch to limited amounts of whole milk while trying to conceive.
  • Try replacing the milk in your morning cereal with whole milk. For dessert at night, try whole-milk ice cream instead. If you are not a milk drinker, try whole-milk yogurt for a snack.
  • It is important you talk with your doctor first if you have high cholesterol or a history of heart disease. Remember, whole milk is high in saturated fat which could compound those conditions and should be avoided normally.
  • So only switch to whole milk during the months you are trying to conceive and limit the amount of whole milk. The study shows that as little as one 8oz serving of whole milk can significantly increase fertility rates.

Eat healthy and nurture your healthy fertile life even if you don’t have the medical condition of infertility! And a generation is, undoubtedly, waiting for you!

Best wishes!