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Create A Fertility Diet To Improve Fertility Naturally – Simple Steps Anyone Can Take

Article by Rosie D







The Shocking Facts About Fertility

When planning for a baby, few people think about the fact that they may have any difficulty conceiving. The reality is however, that one in six couples will seek medical help or fertility treatment to have a family and one in 10 of these couples will go on to have IVF or assisted conception treatment. This is invariably long and involved as well as stressful and expensive with only a 20-25% possibility of success? So before anyone considers this major step, what can they do to increase their natural fertility and improve their chances of becoming pregnant themselves?

A Balanced Fertility Diet Can Work Wonders

The Nutritional Survey 1995 discovered that the average person in Britain was grossly deficient in 6 out of 8 of the vitamins and minerals surveyed. Less than 1 in 10 receive the RDA (recommended daily allowance) of zinc which is vital for women with hormone problems. Zinc is also of paramount importance for male fertility and sperm production.

Why do we lack these vital nutrients that directly affect the balance of our hormones? It appears that the lack of nutrients in our food is partly due to the poor quality of the soil in which food is grown. Our soil has been farmed to the point where there are not enough nutrients for the plant to absorb to meet our needs. In addition, pesticides and chemicals reduce the soils natural nutrients and once in the food chain, put extra strain on our bodies. Now these things may be difficult for us to alter in the short term, but what we can do is:

Be aware of our processed food culture!

You are probably aware that convenience and processed foods have many of the essential nutrients removed during the manufacturing process to ensure a longer shelf life. But did you also know how much damage we do to our food during the cooking process? It’s true, there should be a government heath warning

“Cooking can destroy the nutrients in our food”

The answer is to eat them raw whenever possible and believe it or not, many vegetables taste better raw – and it saves an awful lot of time if we lead a busy lifestyle.

Choose a Hormone Balancing Fertility Diet

We need to consider our hormones, so what can we do to help ensure our hormones are balanced? Simple answer is to choose a Hormone Balancing Diet.

It’s common sense really, but the demands of modern lifestyle don’t always make it easy. Here are some basic ideas to get you started. And when you do start, you’ll be amazed how much better it tastes!

1. Eat lots of fruit and vegetables, raw when possible

2. Eat complex carbohydrates such as brown rice, whole grains, oats, and wholemeal bread.

3. Lots of phytoestrogens found in beans, lentils, chick peas and soya.

4. Oily fish, nuts, seeds and oils.

5. Reduce saturated fats from dairy produce.

6. Buy organic foods whenever you can or even try growing your own.

7. Drink lots of fluids every day, especially water.

8. Increase your fibre intake.

9. Avoid additives, preservatives and chemicals such as artificial sweeteners.

10. Reduce caffeine.

11. Reduce (Or ideally eliminate) alcohol

There is a great deal we can do to take charge of our own fertility that can reduce the need for medical fertility treatment. The use of a simple hormone balancing fertility diet combined with other lifestyle choices can create a natural fertility treatment that has great power.

If you have found the information above useful you can view Fertility Diet online or please visit our website, http://yourfertilitytreatment.com for more information about natural fertility treatment and improvement.



About the Author

Rosie D writes about fertility and the natural methods that can be used to improve your chances of becoming pregnant.

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