Fertility is not just about an egg and a sperm, it’s about the whole health of a person. Research consistently shows that so many aspects of our lives influence our fertility, from our food choices, lifestyle choices and even our mental health. Therefore, making certain choices can profoundly impact overall fertility.
What does this really mean? It means that these choices can impact egg quality, menstrual cycles, hormone levels, blood sugar levels, sperm quality, sperm health and mental health. All of these can impact the ability to fall pregnant or father a child. Not only can they impact fertility but they also impact the future child’s health. The choices you make today, determine the health of your child and their children as well. Research has shown that our Grandparents health impacts our health outcomes as adults.
So what are the best health choices we can make, which choices have the most impact?
The biggest impact is by far the basic ones which we probably all know about:
If you’re ready to take that next step and really boost your fertility:
It’s important to remember that for women it takes 90 days for eggs to mature, during this period as they are changing and maturing, they are the most susceptible to your health. So any changes you want to make for conception should be done at least 3 months prior to trying to conceive to give your child the best chance at optimum health.
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