Salmon, Sardines and Herring
These fatty fish contain plenty of omega-3 fatty acids that help to increase the blood flow that’s sent to your reproductive organs and could help to regulate the production of hormones that could be responsible for increasing the possibility of your pregnancy.
Blueberries and Raspberries
These delicious fruits are packed to the brim with antioxidants, fibre and loads of skincare benefits. These antioxidants not only help to strengthen the bonds of your skin cells, they do so for your reproductive cells as well — ensuring that they’re safe and strong.
Complex carbohydrates like refined grains, beans, vegetables and fruits are a lot more difficult to break down, compared to simple carbs, which means your body’s insulin levels are slowly increased and regulated.
Unlike simple carbs that spike blood sugar levels, complex carbs prevents the increase in blood sugar levels and interfere with your reproductive hormones.
Oysters And Certain Seafood
High in zinc and of course, other nutrients, oysters are great for your reproductive health. We’re certain you’ve heard of how it serves as an aphrodisiac but it’s way more than just that. Oysters that are high in zinc can help to regulate your menstrual cycle and help you produce good quality eggs that could boost fertility.
Lean Animal Proteins
Lean animal proteins are high in iron — a nutrient that can help to increase the chances of fertility and improve blood quality too. However, don’t overdo it. Research has also shown that eating too much protein could actually lower the possibility of your fertility.