When it comes to fertility, the F word is a good word! F is for fat, specifically clean sources of polyunsaturated and omega 3 fats. For years, we have been told that fat is bad and that it contributes to many diseases including heart disease, cancer and obesity. Recently, however, the recommendations regarding fat have shifted. While they continue to recommend staying away from bad fats such as trans-fats, more and more natural health practitioners are recommending their patients regularly consume healthy fats. Healthy fats are especially important when it comes to female fertility.
Healthy fat plays a crucial role in hormone production and balance. Many people don’t know that hormones are actually partially made from fat. Therefore, if the diet is low in healthy fat, hormone production is negatively impacted. Additionally, man vitamins, including some that are important for fertility, are fat soluble. This means that incorporating a variety of healthy fats into the daily diet will increase the absorption of these vitamins.
A special type of fats, Omega 3 fats, have been shown to improve egg quality and prolong reproductive lifespan. A larger window for fertility and healthier eggs means a greater chance of conceiving.
If you are trying to conceive, consider incorporating one source of healthy fats with every single meal and snack. This dietary change is one small step you can start today.
For more information on evidenced based nutrition for improved fertility, consider joining Naturopathic Doctor, Harsimranjeet Singh, and Holistic Nutritionist, Julia Davie, for an evening dedicated to the importance that nutrition plays in increasing the chance of conceiving. Whether trying to conceive naturally, or through IVF therapies, implementing a diet that emphasizes fertility boosting nutrients will maximize your chance of getting pregnant naturally.
This information packed evening will begin with an in-depth discussion by Fertility expert, Dr. Singh, on the science behind the nutrients that support fertility. After a description of the foods that are rich in fertility boosting nutrients, Nutritionist Julia Davie will lead you in preparing a delicious recipe! Attendees will leave with a deeper understanding of the optimal diet for nutrition and a free 5 day Fertility Meal Plan!
For more information, check out our event page! We hope to see you there.
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