16 Natural Ways to Boost Fertility

Here are 16 natural ways to boost fertility and get pregnant faster.

1. Foods such as fruits, vegetables and nuts are packed full of beneficial antioxidants like vitamins C and E, folate and lutein. Eating more of these healthy foods shouldn’t hurt in the effort.

2. Eating a substantial breakfast may help women with fertility problems. eating most of their calories at breakfast reduced insulin levels by 8 percent and testosterone levels by 50 percent.

3. Eating healthy fats every day is important for boosting fertility and overall health. However, trans fats are associated with an increased risk of ovulatory infertility.

4. Following a lower carb eating plan is generally recommended for women with PCOS. Several studies have indicated that managing carb intake provides beneficial effects on some aspects of PCOS.

5. Eat fewer refined carbs because Refined carbs may be especially problematic. Also Refined carbs are absorbed very quickly, causing spikes in blood sugar and insulin levels.

6. Fiber helps your body get rid of excess hormones and keeps blood sugar balanced. Certain types of fiber can help remove excess estrogen by binding to it in the intestines.

7. Replacing some animal proteins (such as meat, fish, and eggs) with vegetable protein sources (such as beans, nuts, and seeds) is linked to a reduced risk of infertility.

8. High intakes of low fat dairy foods may increase the risk of infertility, whereas high fat dairy foods may decrease it.

9. If you take multivitamins, you may be less likely to experience ovulatory infertility. For women trying to get pregnant, a multivitamin containing folate may be especially beneficial.

10. Exercise has many benefits for your health, including increased fertility. Increasing moderate physical activity has positive effects on fertility for women and men, especially those with obesity.

11. Receiving support and counseling may reduce anxiety and depression levels, and increase your chances of becoming pregnant. And don’t forget to take time for you.

12. The association between caffeine and fertility isn’t very conclusive. Consider limiting your caffeine intake to one or two cups of coffee per day to be on the safe side.

13. Weight is one of the most influential factors when it comes to fertility for men and women. In fact, being either underweight or overweight is associated with increased infertility.

14.  Consuming iron supplements and non-heme iron, which comes from plant-based foods, may decrease the risk of ovulatory infertility.

15. Alcohol consumption can negatively affect fertility. Ultimately, avoiding excessive consumption of alcohol is recommended. Talk to you doctor about your own intake to ensure the best outcome.

16. Natural supplements have been linked to increased fertility ( animal studies ). Always check with your doctor before taking of natural supplements as efficacy in humans has not been well studied.

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