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Fertility and Diet

  • Did you know that the foods you eat today impact the health of your eggs and sperm 90 days from now?
  • Did you know that hormones build themselves from the ingredients you provide through your diet?
  • Did you know that there are specific nutrients that are needed by the young foetus before you can even detect pregnancy. And a deficiency in these nutrients could cause serious birth defects?
  • Did you know that the number one treatment for balancing PCOS and getting pregnant despite it is diet?
  • Did you know that what you don’t eat is just as important as what you do eat?
  • Did you know that the number one cause of infertility (anovulation- lack of ovulation) can many times be remedied by changes in the diet?

Nutrition plays a big role when it comes to having a healthy body and reproductive system. The building blocks for hormones – proteins, fats, carbohydrates, minerals and vitamins are found in the foods we eat. Nature has created foods to help nourish and feed the body. When the body is optimally nourished and unhealthy foods are avoided, the body is then able to repair and rebuild itself. This is very helpful for fertility, especially if there is an underlying imbalance or fertility issue. The cells in the body are constantly dying off and new cells are being created to replace the old cells. This is occurring in every organ, muscle, tissue, etc. of the body constantly. The building blocks of these new cells are provided from the foods that you are consuming.

With specific changes to the diet can increase the chances of healthy ovulation, prevent recurrent miscarriage and support a healthy pregnancy. Just as nutrients in food can be helpful for fertility, there are some foods and chemicals added to foods that can be harmful for your healthy and fertility. Antioxidants which help to protect the egg and sperm from free radicals are found in the foods that we eat.

A natural fertility diet is a way of eating that is supporting your body in its reproductive efforts. It includes foods which are dense in specific nutrients needed for hormonal function, production and balance, foetus development, egg health, sperm health, blood health and much more. It is a diet that is designed to help your body to balance fertility issues that may exist, build up nutrient stores and provide all of the building blocks for a healthy child. It is also a diet that is focused on giving you and your future child the best start in life.

The fertility diet is aimed at preventing and reversing ovulatory infertility, which accounts for one quarter or more of all cases of infertility. They won't work for infertility due to physical impediments like blocked fallopian tubes. 

In order to find out what particular nutrients one is deficient several tests are necessary to be done one of which is a hair tissue mineral test which gives information about the mineral status of the body and the corrections that should be made. Sometimes conditions like Candidiasis may be the reason for not being able to conceive as this condition interferes with the right digestion of foods and hence interferes with the assimilation of nutrients necessary for a healthy conception. In addition as a result of candida overgrowth many toxins are released which overburdens the liver to regulate hormones in the body normally.

Natural fertility which uses non-artificial methods such as naturopathy and nutrition has a 78.4 per cent success rate among couples who could not conceive previously and has also been shown to increase the odds for couples undergoing IVF by 47.1 per cent, according to a 2006 UK study by Foresight, an organisation that promotes pre-conconceptual health care.

Your body knows how to conceive, it's just about giving it the ability to do it, with healthy food, enough sleep and plenty of relaxation. Give it those things and often that's enough.