Conception may depend on your physical and mental health, but what you put in your mouth also counts.
Have you ever thought about what benefits the food you eat daily have on your body? Those with strict diets to follow probably do, but foodies who take down anything that comes their way, not so much. I belong to the latter, but I recently found out that eating the right food could increase chances of falling pregnant so from one food lover to another, let’s eat right and make babies.
Honey enhances fertility and strengthens your ovaries and uterus. Its rich bank of minerals and amino acids nourishes your reproductive system and stimulates ovarian function promoting fertility. So the next time your partner calls you honey, ask him to come through with honey.
Think omega-3 and omega-6, that’s what oily fishes like salmon bring forth. They are vital for healthy nervous system and they assist in hormone production. They are also important in regulating reproductive functioning, improving blood flow and enhancing sperm quality and motility.
In the name of being healthy, you’ve been avoiding looking at anything ice cream related, but did you know that ice creams are good for those who want to join in the land of motherhood? Since it’s a whole dairy product, they’re rich in calcium, which promotes development and maintenance of the nervous system, bones and blood.
Avocados are packed with minerals, vitamins, essential fats, protein, carbohydrates and fibre. As a good source of vitamin E, they can be beneficial in improving endometrial lining and can also help with embryo implantation which is how a fertilized egg becomes a pregnancy. Avocados are also a good source of folate, and consuming food with high folate as well as taking folic acid supplements during pregnancy can help prevent spina bifida.
I also only discovered this after reading about them, but this fruit is not only rich in vitamin C, vitamin K, folic acid and several other vitamins and minerals, it’s known for having anti ageing properties, anti cancer properties which can helpful for cardiovascular health and bone health and have anti-inflammatory properties as well as helping boost blood flow.
We love spicey food but not the chillies. Well, if you’re on mission conceive, you’ll want to indulge in red and green chillies. They increase the supply of blood and nutrients to the tissues ensuring that the reproductive system gets a healthy supply of blood circulation.