Natural Fertility

Natural Fertility

The Natural Fertility Health Infographic describes the benefits of the fertility health diet, briefly outlines reproductive concepts, and details a recommended diet. Some of the benefits of the diet include reproductive health, reduced chance of miscarriage, and improved energy. The infographic also points out the balanced nutrition achieved under the diet. Reproductive concepts discussed within the article include the mechanism of egg fertilization and a summary of factors effecting male and female reproductive health. Viewers are reminded that fertility is affected by stress, age, and obesity. Finally, the diet is outlined, placing emphasis on whole foods, water, and light exercise. Lean protein and essential fatty acids from oily fish or nuts is paramount. It is recommended that soft drinks be avoided in favor of water, and foods made from unfermented soy be avoided as well. Generally the diet seems to follow the good nutrition guidelines from the original food pyramid, with the one change being a reduction in carbohydrate intake to only 1-2 servings per day. The infographic makes planning to follow this diet clear and seemingly attainably by outlining recommendations and giving a sample of a daily menu.

Key Points:

  • 1A healthy diet is an important component of fertility both for men and women both in terms of achieving pregnancy and the baby’s health.
  • 2Foods to eat include fruits and vegetables, whole grains, oily fish, water, whole fat dairy and meat from grass-fed animals.
  • 3Things to avoid to promote fertility include foods made from unfermented soy, foods with refined sugar, stress, obesity and smoking.
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