Alternative Diet For Fertility

Here’s a radical idea to conceive – eat your way to pregnancy with an alternative diet for fertility!

And I don’t mean that old wife’s tale about ‘eating for two’ when you are already pregnant with child. I mean eating for two even before a baby starts growing inside you following a healthy Alternative Diet For Fertility.

Eating Your Way to Peak Efficiency

‘Eating for two’ can be a huge mistake. Being overweight can seriously damage your chances of ever conceiving.

Now food is of course your source of energy.

What you need to focus on is ensuring the food you eat has the right QUALITY of energy YOU require.

Let’s consider a few ‘wacky’ energy foods and what they can do for you.

Beat a Miscarriage with Molasses

Ever experienced one or more miscarriages?

If you have a sweet tooth, want to get pregnant, but also fear a miscarriage, molasses may be the answer to your prayers.

Molasses is rich in a B-complex known as PABA. One study recorded a 75% conception success rate for women who supplemented their diet for 3-7 months with PABA. Of the 16 women trying to conceive, 12 of them conceived within 7 months.

This is because molasses have a high calcium, iodine and iron content – all essential nutrients for sustaining a pregnancy. Without them, a miscarriage may result.

Molasses can also be an excellent remedy for Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) and other hormonal irregularities. Black strap molasses are particularly recommended because it is extra rich in nutrients.

Go Veggie!

I know the majority of folk are meat eaters, but if you are really struggling to conceive, give serious thought to becoming a vegetarian.

A recent University of British Columbia study revealed that vegetarian women ovulated normally more than 95 percent of the time. That’s a tremendous strike rate.

It’s believed that is due to the power of vegetables, grains, fruits, and legumes that helps keep hormones in check. By eliminating animal products and keeping vegetable oils low, you avoid dramatic swings in the amount of estrogen that courses through your bloodstream on fattier diets.

Go Further – Go Organic

To get even greater benefit from a vegetarian diet, consider buying organic fruit and vegetables – even meat, if you must.

Reasons to do so are very powerful. In North America, there are over 7,000 different herbicide and pesticide products currently available. Many studies suggest a connection between the use of insecticides and pesticides and male fertility problems. So … reduce your toxic exposure – buy certified organic food.

Aim for a healthy, well-balanced diet that includes five servings of fruit and vegetables, two to three servings of dairy and protein products, plus five to six servings of grains. This will ensure you take in all the vitamins and minerals you need every day.

How Much … How Often …?

Experiment with how much and how often you eat. It may be beneficial to break up large meals. Three full meals a day can be heavy on the stomach and lead to constipation, bloating and all manner of PMS-related troubles. So try eating six small meals a day rather than three large ones.

Conclusions

To sum up the Alternative Diet For Fertility, a balanced, healthy diet is pivotal in your overall plan to get pregnant. Some key points:

  • Avoid foods high in sugar and fat
  • Cut out caffeine and alcohol altogether
  • Avoid or reduce processed, refined carbohydrates
  • Restrict or eliminate raw or undercooked meats and cheeses
  • Drink eight glasses of filtered water a day
  • Eat lots of nutrient-packed fruit and vegetables
  • Include whole grains, nuts, legumes and seeds

And if all this talk of food and drink has given you an appetite and thirst for more knowledge on the subject, look no further than The Pregnancy Miracle Guide.

There are whole chapters on what healthy fertility foods, drinks and diets you should consider. And just as important, the foods, drinks and diets to avoid.

Learn all about them and many other secrets to reversing infertility and getting pregnant fast!