Fertility Superfoods

Don’t sweat your diet too much. Remember the basics like avoiding caffeine, alcohol, and smoking. Don’t worry about trying to eat perfectly, just try to eat clean (non-processed foods). Simply, try to have a variety of different types of whole foods: vegetables, fruits, and fats. Here are a few good ones to add to your shopping lists

Seeds, like pumpkin Seeds: High in zinc, high in essential amino acids, and micro-nutrients.Mixed Nuts: High in selenium, the Brazilian nut has the highest content of selenium.Avocado: Monsaturated fats (the goods kind), B Vitamins, Vitamin C, and is high in AntioxidantsSardines: or other small fish Low Mercury, high in vitamins A, D and K as well as DHADark Leafy Greens: High in Calcium, Potassium, and Chlorophyll (aka the blood of the plant)Whole Milk Fat: Vitamin A, Vitamin B12, Calcium, be sure to get organicBerries: Antioxidants and anti-inflammationYellow and Orange vegetables: High in beta – carotene, high in micro-nutrients, readily absorbedEggs: High in all amnio acids Author New Jersey Midwifery

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