Fertility Diet Counseling By Certified Dieticians | Momkidcare

    Fertility Diet

    YES, eating a healthy diet is a good idea for the couples planning to become pregnant. Researchers from Harvard have published a review of past studies that examined the impact of diet on fertility and found that for women trying to become pregnant naturally, certain vitamins and nutrients were linked to positive effects on fertility, viz- folic acid, vitamin B12 ,omega-3 fatty acids etc. On the other hand, antioxidants, vitamin D, dairy products, soy, caffeine, and alcohol appeared to have little or no effect on fertility.

    Healthy diet affects the fertility mainly by –

    Healthy ovulation – Balanced diet helps in maintaining adequate hormonal function in the body, which is essential for successful ovulation. A poor diet can lead to excess insulin which interfere with maturation of eggs in ovary. 

    Healthy weight – Overweight/Obesity reduces the chances to get pregnant by effecting the quality of eggs and sperms. Obesity also increases the risk of miscarriage and other pregnancy complications. 

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    The fertility diet plan includes food items which helps in improving your reproductive health and overall wellbeing. These changes emphasize consuming certain foods believed to boost fertility such as plant proteins, dairy products, folic acid, Omega-3 fatty acids, Vitamin B, Iron etc.

    Good nutrition is vital for a healthy reproductive system and increases the chances of conception. Eating foods rich in antioxidants, fiber, proteins and by avoiding trans fats, refined carbs etc. can affect the fertility and also semen quality in males improves with healthy diets.

    Sperm and egg quality are the prime factors that affect fertility. Like any other organ in the human body, the reproductive system relies on the nutrients and vitamins supplied to it. Foods can influence the reproductive health of a person positively. In male’s diet can increase the production of testosterone, thereby increasing sperm count as well as sperm motility and quality and in females it helps in ovulation.

    The high androgen (male hormone) and insulin resistance seen in women with PCOS. Therefore, women with PCOS are encouraged to consume foods that are high in fiber and antioxidant rich, and limit processed foods or those with added sugars. In addition to decreasing blood sugar and improving insulin sensitivity, these diet changes may help with weight loss, which can subsequently improve the chance a woman with PCOS ovulates.

    At Momkidcare we have certified specialist with more than 10 years of experience in fertility diet. A customized diet plan will be formed according to your issues like PCOS, Overweight etc. There will be a consultation call for your query discussion, with regular follow ups and WhatsApp connectivity with our heath advisors and experts for any queries.

    Yes, our dieticians are certified and qualified professionals. They are experienced professionals in fertility diet who believe in counseling and busting the myths before starting the session to reduce the anxiety and keep it as natural and normal to make them comfortable.  

    They only aim to support, educate , encourage and doing pre cycle assessment including all the micronutrients which will helps you to conceive, personalized screening of the female partner or couple’s biochemical parameters and address the fertility related issues with an informative approach.

    Healthy ovulation – Balanced diet helps in maintaining adequate hormonal function in the body, which is essential for successful ovulation with healthy eggs. 

    Healthy weight – Overweight/Obesity reduces the chances to get pregnant by effecting the quality of eggs and sperms. Obesity also increases the risk of miscarriage and other pregnancy complications. 

    Healthy semen quality in Males- Diet and lifestyle can affect both erections and sperm health. Certain diets, including those high in fat and animal protein, have been shown impact on sperm health.

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