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3 Nutrition Tips To Boost Fertility

Fertility issues affect a great percent of couples. Your diet before you get pregnant would impact your baby’s development in your womb; and their health later in the future. That is why if your diet is composed of plenty saturated fats and sugar before and during pregnancy; your kids are at risk of HBP and weight gain. Your lifestyle and meal choices can influence your fertility.

Here are 3 nutrition tips to boost your fertility:

Eat foods rich in antioxidants

Time without number, science has emphasized the need for everyone to consume fruits which have high antioxidant content. Antioxidants are in fact very important for every woman's reproductive health. As a woman, it is expected that you consume foods with high antioxidant content so as to boost your fertility. According to Science Daily, "Antioxidants during pregnancy may help prevent birth defects."

Eat a bigger breakfast

You must ensure that you consume a healthy and palatable breakfast. Keep in mind that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. What you eat in the morning determines how your day will go. Ensure that you consume healthy foods and fruits as breakfast.

Avoid trans fats

Trans fat is in no way healthy for your body. It only constitutes the buildup of carbs and unhealthy oils in your system. If you want to retain your fertility, you must stay away from trans fat as much as possible. You can opt for healthier alternatives like fruits, vegetables and fibrous foods. According to Healthline, "a diet higher in trans fats and lower in unsaturated fats was linked to infertility for both men and women."

If having a baby is very important to you, your eating habits as well as your lifestyle has to adjust and change for good. You must ensure you meet up with a nutritionist or doctor to give you a breakdown of the necessary meals you need to boost your fertility.

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