Fertility Foods For Women: Fish & Meat

There are so many conflicting studies on how harmful different foods can be to your health that many people are left confused as to what are the best fertility foods for women and what they should be eating to remedy their particular ailment.

One thing I want to make clear to you today is …

Ignore the horror stories … Don’t be scared off eating fish and meat to increase your fertility levels. Let’s consider the facts.

Something Fishy

As previously mentioned, omega-3 is most commonly found in fish oil. Omega-3 can have considerable beneficial effects for fertility as it linked to healthy hormone function.

As well as omega-3, seafood (as well as meat and poultry) is also a good source of both zinc and selenium.

You DO need to be wary of mercury levels in fish. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) says that women trying to conceive can safely eat up to 12 ounces (roughly two entrées) a week of low-mercury fish, such as shrimp, canned light tuna, salmon, mackerel, sardines and catfish.

The FDA advises avoiding canned white tuna as well as fresh or frozen swordfish, tilefish, king mackerel, tuna steaks, shark, Spanish mackerel, marlin, and grouper, because they have the highest mercury levels.

Oysters are renowned for being good for the libido – but how about for fertility?  The answer is … YES! Oysters have high zinc levels.

Hooray For Meat!

Finally, enjoy your meat for a change!  Lean red meat is full of iron which helps to prevent anemia, decreases the risk of ovulation issues and helps with red blood cells. What can further benefit you is if you eat only organic, hormone-free meat.

Remember, the lessons in this Mini-Course only scratch the surface. There are other foods and drinks it is crucial for you to avoid – or to include in your diet – when you are trying to conceive.

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