Today we will be looking at how to promote egg health naturally because of the increasing number of women trying to conceive TTC.
Egg quality is one of the most important factors in whether a woman is able to conceive, but it is a topic that many never think about until they are already struggling to get pregnant. Poor egg quality is caused by diminished ovarian reserve and is one of the most common causes of infertility, especially in women over 35.
But the good news is that egg quality can be improved with alternative treatments such as proper nutrition, natural supplements, fertility massage, yoga and herbs. These treatments work by regulating and regularizing ovulation and increasing the chances of conception.
If you are trying to conceive, you should be eating a healthy, balanced fertility diet for optimum health. A healthy lifestyle can improve your chances of conceiving by protecting your fertility. You should eat a diet rich in fresh fruits and vegetables, and reduce your intake of foods that can reduce fertility, such as alcohol and junk food. Healthy food can be delicious too.
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How to Promote Egg Health Naturally (Here are 10 best foods to Promote egg health)
Liver is one of my favorite preconception foods as it is one of the most nutrient dense foods one can find, is a concentrated source of vitamin A, abundant in B vitamins including B12 and folate, and an excellent source of iron and trace minerals. All of these are incredibly important nutrients for egg health and needed for baby’s development.
Often touted as a superfood, avocados can help to improve egg health thanks to their high fat content. You may be aware that there are good fats and bad fats out there, avocados are high in monounsaturated fats (one of the good ones). Research found that women who ate a diet high in monounsaturated fats, such as avocados, produced healthier eggs. Avocados are delicious in salad, sandwiches, on toast and in soup.
3. Fertility Superfoods
There are certain nutrient-rich foods loaded with essential vitamins, minerals and antioxidants that help to support fertility and boost egg health.
- Maca – This superfood increases sperm and egg health, increase libido and help with hormone balance
- Fertility Greens – It consists of a powerful combination of antioxidants, proteins and minerals that provide nourishment to the eggs.
4. Beans and lentils
Iron is very important for egg health, and a lack of it can lead to anovulation (lack of ovulation). Beans and lentils are great sources of iron, as well as other vitamins and minerals that can boost fertility. You should eat at least one portion of beans or lentils each day. Lentils taste great in soups, dahls and are a great meat substitute in stews and casseroles. It can be added to salad, chili and rice dishes.
5. Green leafy vegetables
kale, spinach and other green leafy vegetables are high in manganese, folate, iron, calcium and Vitamin A. They contain many of the vitamins and minerals that your body needs to function at its best. Try to eat two portions of green leafy vegetables each day. They taste great in salads, curries, Italian sauces, and can also be added to smoothies and fruit juices.
this spice can improve ovarian function and encourage proper egg production by improving insulin resistance. Women suffering from polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) in particular are advised to add cinnamon to their diet. You should aim to consume around 1⁄4 teaspoon of cinnamon a day.
7. Sesame seeds
These are high in zinc and can help with the hormone production responsible for optimum egg health. Sesame seeds are also high in monounsaturated fats which is important for egg production. Keep a jar of mixed seeds and nuts on your desk so you can help yourself throughout the day. Sesame seeds are also great as a salad topper, or sprinkled on top of a lasagna.
8. Manage Stress
Chronic stress is one of the main causes of infertility in women. Chronic stress leads to the release of hormones cortisol, prolactin, etc. that interfere with or even stop ovulation. So, it is important to deal with stress if you want to improve your egg health. You can try relaxing activities such as meditation, deep breathing, yoga, etc. to calm your mind and body. You can also opt for acupuncture or reflexology treatment.
it’s not technically a food, but consuming enough water is just as important for proper egg health. You should be drinking at least eight 8 oz glasses of water a day while trying to conceive. Avoid water from plastic bottles because some of the chemicals used in these plastics can contribute to hormonal imbalance. Filtered water is ideal.
In the absence of the above, turn to no. 10
Natural supplements such as whole food multivitamins, antioxidants and L-arginine improve egg health and overall reproductive health.
- Antioxidants – They protect the egg cells against free radical damage and oxidative stress and preserve the DNA structure of the cells, thus, lowering the risk of birth defects.
- L-arginine – This amino acid promotes endometrial receptivity and ovarian response even in IVF patients.
- Royal Jelly – This is a by-product of honey bees that increases both the quality and quantity of the eggs.
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