Nutrition plays a major role to have a healthy body and reproductive system. The building blocks of hormones are found in the food that we eat. Numerous studies have proved that specific changes to diet can enhance fertility, prevent miscarriages and support a healthy pregnancy.
A normal reproductive performance definitely requires healthy nutrition since malnourished males and females are reported as major infertile populations in developing countries while, eating in excess, fast food consumption and obesity concur with infertility in well-developed and western societies.
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In women, abnormal nutrition may permanently affect oocyte maturation. A better understanding of the molecular events deranged in malnourished people may provide solutions for correcting normal reproductive functions.
To prepare for pregnancy and enhance fertility, maintaining a healthy weight is important for both Men and Women. Choosing the right foods which contain vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, iron and other important nutrients will ensure a safe journey throughout.
Research-based studies have clearly stated the positive effects of pumpkin seeds, sesame seeds, quinoa, bajra and kale on fertility. All these food products are very commonly used in Gujrat, the West region of India, to increase fertility. These superfoods hold the capability to turn the womb into a nurturing nest for the developing baby.
Considering pumpkin seeds are a source to increase fertility levels, as it is rich in non-heme iron and they can increase your chances of conception significantly.
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Benefits - Spinach/Palak is an amazing food for fertility. It is packed with folate, iron and zinc. These three minerals help in ovulation. As moth beans contain vitamin B6, it regulates hormones to promote a regular menstrual cycle and improve egg quality for fertilization. Vitamin C helps to protect free radicals and increases progesterone to promote a longer luteal phase.
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