Fertility & Reproductive System Support
The fertility of men and women is influenced by many internal and external factors. They are associated with internal psychological factors such as tension, anxiety, disorder and other physical factors associated with body weight or lack of food, and lack of knowledge of useful foods that enhance fertility and increase its efficiency.
- Zinc-rich foods: There is a high correlation between zinc and increased sexual potency. Red meat, liver, chicken and wild birds such as pigeons and ducks, as well as beans like chickpeas, lentils, beans and nuts, especially seeds, are all rich in zinc, which elevates reproductive hormones, especially in men.
- Foods rich in phosphorus: Phosphorus teams up with calcium and magnesium to build bones. Available in dairy products, whole grains and seafood.
- Calcium-rich foods: such as milk and dairy products, as well as seeds such as sesame, quinoa, green vegetables and leafy vegetables such as broccoli and spinach.
- Omega-3 rich foods: present in fatty fish like salmon, tuna, sardines and foods like walnuts and flaxseeds.
- Foods rich in antioxidants are diverse in all vegetables and fruits. The best ones for fertility are pomegranate, strawberries, cherries, melons, melons, apples, plums, apricots and grapes.
Herbal and Dietary Supplements:
- Black Cohosh stimulates the ovaries and relieves menstrual cramps and symptoms of menopause. It is effective when infertility is caused by hormonal imbalance.
- Evening Primrose Oil: has an important effect on fertility, it creates a healthy environment for sperm to help them survive longer and thus increases the chances of pregnancy.
- Raspberry leaves: strengthens the lining of the uterus because it contains folic acid, copper, magnesium and iron that play a vital role in enhancing fertility.
- Zinc: Very important for cell division including sperm production and fertilization.
- Omega 3: Very important for the production of prostaglandins needed to produce sex hormones. They are primarily found in fatty fish, flaxseeds and walnuts.
- Selenium: Helps protect the testes and seminal glands from free radicals and also helps prevent abortion. Selenium is available in pollen, palm pollen, Brazilian nuts, and shrimps.
- Coenzyme Q10: This supplement improves sperm count and motility.
- Vitamin E is a powerful antioxidant that increases fertility when given to men and women and is found in food oils, wheat germ and wheat germ oil.
The instructions and recommendations mentioned in this diet are general guidelines and do not take into account differences between individuals. Any health condition should be treated by a specialist and we advise you to consult your doctor before taking any product that may affect your health.