Some couples struggle to conceive a child and resorting to medical treatments is an expensive rout to follow. Clinical studies reveal that many cases of infertility can be naturally treated through lifestyle changes and healthy eating. Follow these tips and you may soon be expecting a new bundle of joy!
You will need:
• Cereals containing whole grains
• Whole grain bread
• Cold-water fish (tuna, salmon, etc.)
• Lean meats
• Dairy products
• Olive oil
• Canola oil
Step 1: Eat high-quality food. Nutrition serves as fuel for the body and our system must have optimal nutrients in order to be healthy and fertile. Poor food choices lead to blood toxicity and nutrient deficiency, resulting in organ and body dysfunction and lack of fertility. Making smart nutritional choices helps regulate the endocrine system, stabilize blood sugar, and balance hormones, which help support the conception process.
Step 2: Carbohydrates supply the body with energy, so consume plenty of whole grains, fruits, and vegetables. The latter two have plenty of nutrients and few calories. If cooking raw vegetables, add olive oil, shredded cheese, and almonds. Fruits have antioxidants and vitamins to improve health. Select fruit juice like orange juice instead of reaching for a soda. Leave the salty and sugary snacks at the store and instead choose fresh fruit for snacking. Cereals and whole grains serve as another carbohydrate source so enjoy whole grain, high-fiber cereals and whole grain bread daily.
Step 3: Adults need 50 to 70 grams of protein daily to have healthy muscles and tissues. This is about the amount of protein in eight ounces of beef. Animal products like eggs, meat, and dairy have large levels of protein, as do seeds, nuts, and beans. Tuna, salmon, and other fish are excellent sources of protein and the accompanying fats are high in omega-3 fatty acids that are necessary for good health.
Step 4: Other ways to get omega-3 fatty acids are by eating walnuts, foods prepared in canola oil, and flax seeds.
Step 5: Eliminate processed foods from the diet and replace them with lean meats. Consume fish at least two times per week and load up on fruits and vegetables. Use olive oil as a bread dip, salad dressing, and rather than spaghetti sauce on pasta.