The fertility menu
Does diet play a role in your chances of getting pregnant? The answer that all scientists now give to this question is definitely… Yes!
There are some key points that women and men need to pay attention to or change in general daily habits to enhance their fertility.
Fruits and vegetables for… high-quality sperm
- It could be perfect if the below 3 fruits should not be missing from your daily diet
Oranges and lemons
Vitamin D which is found in oranges and lemons and in general in all citrus fruits enhances ovulation in women and therefore increases the chance of conception.
1 banana per day
Bananas contain vitamin B12 that regulates the hormones of conception.
2 individual salads
Fruits and vegetables are rich in valuable antioxidants, which, according to several studies, appear to enhance sperm quality and motility.
Asparagus contains high levels of folic acid which enhances fertility. It is no coincidence that gynecologists suggest that women who want to have children take folic acid supplements.
Other foods for boosting your fertility are:
Eggs are rich in vitamin D which has been shown to protect against women with polycystic ovary syndrome.
Vitamin E is known to enhance fertility while being found in high values in nuts such as almonds
In the end. Which are the correct fats?
Avoid trans fats, which are found in many ready-to-eat foods on the market, such as standard cookies and snacks, various pastries and ready-made sweets. Trans fats, when over-consumed, are thought to increase the chance of ovulation problems. Prefer to consume olive oil, which is a source of beneficial monounsaturated fatty acids. In addition, it contains the antioxidant vitamin E, which, according to research, is thought to help increase sperm volume and motility.