Fertility Diet

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     Mahie Raghu Sahay 

    Share your Fertility Diet with us. Some questions

    1. Which foods items should a woman add or avoid in her diet during pregnancy?
    2. Which food items should a woman add or avoid when planning to get pregnant?



    A pregnant woman needs more calcium, folic acid, iron and protein than a woman who is not expecting.
    The best way to get a balanced diet is to focus on eating a wide variety of foods, including plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables, protein, and whole grains.


    To prepare for pregnancy and enhance fertility, maintain a healthy weight and choose foods that will create a safe and supportive home for your baby’s nine-month stay.

    Eggs are an extremely small power-packed nutrition source that boosts fertility. It’s rich in antioxidants and cartenoids which boost fertility in women.


    Fertility diet can be defined as the diet which contains all the nutrients that support reproductive functions. Diet maintains the levels of minerals, vitamins, healthy fats and antioxidants for optimal health. Eat several servings of fruit, vegetables, whole grains, and calcium-rich foods such as yogurt, cheese, and milk every day. Here are some tips from leading dieticians and infertility specialists in Delhi:
    1.Eat Only Healthy Carbs
    2.Choose Lean Protein
    3.Prefer Whole Milk
    4.Supplement with the Right Vitamins
    @ Things avoid when planning to get pregnant
    1.Cut back on alcohol and change up when you have a glass.
    2.Ditch the extra pounds.
    3.Avoid shark, marlin, and swordfish
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