Consume These 5 Foods In Order To Have a Baby

What should women eat to improve their chances of becoming pregnant and what should men consume to improve sperm quality? Obstetrics and IVF Specialist Op. Dr. Betül Görgen has prepared a perfect reproduction diet for you.

Salmon

Salmon is extremely rich in omega-3 fatty acids and provides blood in the reproductive organs. These acids also increase cervical mucus (hormone secretion), regulate hormones and make it easier to ovulate. DHA is a member of the omega 3 families, found in high concentrations in the sperm and very important for sperm viability.

Spinach

It facilitates the egg and regulates its speed. Green leafy vegetables naturally increase libido by the chlorophyll contained. If you do not like spinach, you can eat lettuce, chard, or arugula.

Whole Grains

Fibers in full-grain foods help to protect against extreme estrogenic attack and sugar imbalance. It also protects reproductive organs and cells from damage by free radicals thanks to their antioxidants.

Beans

Beans are closely associated with reproductive health through its rich folate content, high fiber content and the availability of a protein source.

Black chocolate

Black chocolate increases sperm quality in men. It contains amino acid (L-arginine) which increases the number of sperm, motility and semen volume. Again with antioxidant properties, fight off toxins and free radicals in the dirty air.

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