What is fertility?

Fertility is defined as the capacity of a person to procreate through normal sexual activity. There are various treatments to increase fertility in both men and women.

Ways to  boost fertility

Larger breakfast   An improved metabolism, weight loss, and better insulin sensitivity are some of the health benefits of eating more in the morning. Antioxidant-rich foods The components in strawberries, blueberries, and raspberries significantly improves male and female fertility.

Avoid Trans fats Trans fats are linked to a few diseases, including diabetes and heart disease. Additionally, there appears to be a link between these unhealthy fats and issues with ovulation. Cut down on carbs A low-carb diet has been shown to drastically reduce body weight and facilitate infertility therapy.

Eat more fibre Consuming foods high in fibre promotes weight loss as well as fertility in the long run. Reduce refined carbs Low-carb, high-fat diets help in regulating and enhancing reproductive hormones. Reduced intake of refined carbohydrates is beneficial for fertility. Foods like Brown rice, Whole-wheat bread help in boosting fertility. 

Swap protein sources Beans and lentils are high in protein and fibre, which may enhance ovulation. According to studies, switching from animal to plant protein lowers the possibility of ovulatory infertility.   Natural herbal supplements A few natural supplements that help boost fertility are Maca Royal jelly Bee pollen 

High-fat dairy   It is advisable to eat one serving per day to see the benefits. Foods like cottage cheese or ice cream made from whole milk help lower the risk of developing ovulatory infertility. Multivitamin Several vitamins, together with a healthy, balanced diet and an active lifestyle, have been demonstrated to significantly improve female fertility.

Get active   Regular fitness activities can help balance hormones, improve insulin resistance and reduce stress,  all of which can enhance fertility. Take time to relax It has been proven that stress reduction, a good diet, and regular exercise can boost female fertility by up to 80%. 

Cut the caffeine Reducing the consumption of tea, coffee, and other caffeinated beverages, such as cola, may increase the chances of becoming pregnant. Healthy weight   Maintain a healthy weight to boost fertility. Unhealthy weight results in hormonal imbalance, ovulation problems, and menstrual disorders in women. 

Iron levels Taking iron supplements regularly reduces a woman’s risk of infertility by 40%. Eat iron-rich foods to maintain your iron levels. Avoid excess alcohol   Avoid alcohol as drinking heavily can delay pregnancy and have an impact on the health of an unborn child.