Fertility Diet - The Do’s and Don’ts
Are you planning to give birth? Then you have to maintain the good nutrition levels in preparation for pregnancy. Most of the women do not know and don’t follow the best diet to have chances of a successful pregnancy. Numerous studies have proved that following the best fertility diet and boosting nutrition levels impacts the increase in the chances of health Ovulation and support a healthy pregnancy. Here are some tips about what to eat and what not to eat that to be followed by the woman who are planning to have a successful pregnancy. The most important thing that to be remembered is “Diet followed can have an impact on the healthy pregnancy and also to a child”
1.Organic Fruits and Vegetables
Colorful fruits and Vegetables have rich antioxidants and also have the best and important nutrients like folic acids, fiber, and vitamin C. Eating fruits and vegetables makes to promote hormone balance and helps in boosting fertility. Maintaining about 50% of the meal with vegetables build nutrients in the body.
To boost fertility, the main thing is to get rid of excess hormones and also maintain blood sugar levels. Eating natural grains like brown rice, sprouted bread which helps in boosting fertility.
The consequences that can be faced due to deficiency in Iron Rich foods are poor egg health and lack in ovulation. In order to overcome those consequences, women have to maintain best Iron-rich foods like Spinach, Brussel sprouts, Broccoli, Potatoes.
Omega 3 Fatty acids have positive effects in balancing hormone production and also helps in visual and brain development of the baby. Quality fish, organic butter, nuts, fish oil are some items which have rich and healthy fats.
Drinking clean and more water contains prenatal vitamins which improve pregnancy chances. Drinking more water also prevents fatigue, headache, swelling and overheating. Consume purified, filtered, reverse osmosis water which improves in the functioning of the body.
6.Food items like bananas, dark chocolates, pomegranates improve hormone levels and also increase in sperm production.
Soy products have the ability to mimic estrogen in the body which is a risk in pregnancy times. It’s better to avoid soy milk, protein powder, burgers.
Drinking two cups or more coffee in a day may lead to an increase in miscarriages that prevent ovulation. It’s very risky to have a successful pregnancy. Avoiding caffeine is better.
3.Non-Organic Food items
Non-Organic food items like added antioxidants, corn-fed proteins may increase the estrogen levels in the body that affects hormone balance. So, try to avoid non-organic dairy and proteins.
Say Big ‘No’ to refined Sugars and fruit juices which affects blood sugar levels and digestive system.
Avoid food items and water from plastic containers as it causes hormonal imbalances. So don’t even use plastic water bottles.