6 Fertility Friendly Foods{“



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Wondering what you can eat to increase your chances of getting pregnant? Look no further than these six foods!


Research shows that eating one avocado a week can have a hormone-balancing effect in women. The proper balance of hormones is essential for conceiving.


Ginger is known to be an anti-inflammatory, and it improves circulation to the reproductive organs. This means good things for both your chances of orgasm and your chances of getting pregnant.


Salmon contains Vitamin B6, which helps to relieve exhaustion, regulate mood swings, and decrease bloating. Sticking to a diet of salmon and other healthy foods will help prepare your body for conception.


Chewing gum can increase alertness, improve multitasking performance, and reduce stress by 16%. When stress levels are low, the chances of getting pregnant increase.


Vitamin D has been shown to improve fertility, especially for women suffering from Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS). Mushrooms, tofu, fatty fish, and certain dairy products are rich in vitamin D, so eat up!

Dark Chocolate

The occasional serving of dark chocolate has been known to positively affect fertility. Take advantage! 🙂

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