Avocados, Pomegranates and Pineapple Help Increase Fertility

Along with eating as many vegetables as possible, start including more fruits in your diet.

Fruits are packed with antioxidants, which protect the body from cell aging and damage—including cells in the reproductive system, like your eggs.

Start eating one or two bowls of blueberries for breakfast. Blueberries have phytonutrients that have hormone balancing properties that impact ovulation.

Many holistic practitioners recommend eating avocados to boost fertility, because they are a great source of Vitamin E, a huge fertility booster. Avocados help regulate both ovulation and production of cervical mucus. They are rich in folic acid and vitamin B6, which helps prevent luteal phase defect.

Bananas are full of potassium, Vitamin C and fiber, and bromelain which increases sex hormone production.

Slice up some papaya as your bedtime snack, have two or three bowls of strawberries, blackberries, raspberries and blueberries for breakfast, bring apples to work.

Eat fresh pineapple daily, including the pineapple core. Pineapple contains bromelain that aids in implantation. Pineapple is also one the best natural sources of manganese, an important mineral that triggers production of various reproductive hormones. Low levels of this mineral have been reported to be associated with difficulty conceiving. Note: if you are already taking aspirin, be aware that pineapple might thin your blood.

Pomegranates are considered a fertility super food.

Eat lots of fruits that contain Vitamin C, such as oranges, kiwi, blueberries and strawberries, a nutrient key to fertile health.

Fruits to include in your daily diet:


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