Foods that help you get pregnant

Infertility is a problem that affects men and women. Smoking, eating unhealthy foods, consuming excessive alcohol, stress and lifestyle changes are the factors to be blamed. If you are trying to get pregnant, then these simple fertility foods can help you conceive quickly.

Zinc: is responsible for the level of testosterone and semen in the male body. It is important to include foods rich in zinc such as dried watermelon seeds, roasted pumpkin seeds, squash seeds, crabs, peanuts will come to your rescue. Foods rich in zinc, vitamin A and vitamin B6 enhance testosterone production in men, which is required for healthy sperm. Guavas are also considered a fertility food as they are rich in folate.

Ginseng: Ginseng is a herb which improves sexual performance in men. It maintains hormonal balance and boosts immunity.

Oily fish: A few studies reveal that Omega 3-rich foods (found in oil-rich fishes) reduce the chances of miscarriage and improve sperm quality. These essential fats are crucial for healthy hormone functioning.

Ginkgo leaves: Gingko supplements help in boosting sexual desire in both males and females. Also, consume a handful of raw sunflower, pumpkin seeds, walnuts, raisins and almonds to boost your fertility.

Flaxseed oil: Flaxseed oil is a rich source of omega-3 fatty acids, which help in improving sperm quality. It also increases blood flow, which further alleviates impotence.

Water: It’s a golden remedy to almost all health problems in the world. Water helps in creating healthy egg follicles and strong blood supply to the womb lining.

Oats: are a sexual energiser for men; so try and include a tablespoon of oats in your diet every day.

Rose essential oil: Try adding a few drops of rose essential oil in an ounce of olive oil and massage this concoction on your lower abdomen and inner thighs. Later you can have a warm water bath, but don’t forget to add a few drops of rose essential oil into the bucket of water.


According to a large study, following over 18,000 women who were trying to get pregnant, researchers found a correlation between taking a multivitamin supplement and having a lower chance of ovulation problems.

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