Certain vitamins and nutrients directly decrease or increase your fertility levels, affecting sperm motility and count, egg development, and hormone production. Here’s a summary of the most important ones.
“The risk of infertility in women and men is increased by inadequate levels of intake of vitamins C and E, beta-carotene, selenium, vitamin D, and zinc,” writes Judith Brown, RD, PhD, in What to Eat Before, During, and After Pregnancy.
If you’re coping with infertility, don’t ignore your nutritional needs – they could be key to getting pregnant quickly! Click on the book cover for more info on eating to increase fertility levels and ensure a healthy pregnancy, and read on for an explanation of how certain vitamins and nutrients increase fertility levels for males and females…Read More »Vitamins and Nutrients to Increase Fertility
You can increase your fertility levels and get pregnant faster by avoiding certain toxins and toxic chemicals! Eco-expert and author Terra Wellington shares tips on reducing the toxic chemicals in daily life that decrease fertility levels in women…
Research from UCLA shows that women who are exposed to chemicals used in everyday items – food packaging, pesticides, clothing, upholstery, carpets, and personal care products – take longer to get pregnant. The link to this study is at then end of these tips for increasing fertility levels.
Here, Wellington shares 10 ways to avoid toxic chemicals at home. To learn more about creating a green home, read The Mom’s Guide to Growing Your Family Green: Saving the Earth Begins at Home.
And, here are her tips for increasing fertility levels and getting pregnant faster…Read More »Increase Fertility Levels by Avoiding These Toxic Chemicals