Foods to Increase Fertility

Medical experts suspect that what you eat actually closely related to your fertility level. Suspicion is further proven by the existence of scientific evidence. Results of research from the Harvard Nurses' Health Study conducted by Dr. Willet, and his partner, Jorge Chavarro, MD, collect the results of his research in the book The Fertility Diet.

Here are some foods that they recommend.

Slowly digested carbohydrates, like pasta and whole grain carbohydrates. Women who consume high-glycemic carbohydrates (which is digested quickly, like white rice and potatoes), had a 92 percent risk of ovulatory infertility than those who ate slow carbs, like brown rice, whole-wheat pasta, and whole-grain bread.

Vegetable protein
. Women who consume animal protein have a 39 percent experienced ovulatory infertility. The best choices are whole grains, nuts, and eggs.

Good fats, which are in olive oil, peanut oil and canola oil, which also exist in cashews, almonds, and seeds, like sunflower seeds and pumpkin seeds. These fats help to lower the risk of insulin resistance and inflammation in the body, these two conditions can affect ovulation. Avoid trans fats, the respondents who consume these fats have higher ovulation infertility.

Whole milk and full fat milk. Researchers suspect that when fat is removed from milk, artificial hormones in it have become negative effect that can increase infertility. Add the milk intake of whole milk to increase the likelihood of your pregnancy. Fear of uncontrollable weight gain? The key is always more sports!

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