There are many factors that can have an impact on the health of the ovaries and eggs including environmental factors, hormones in the diet, and stress, just to name a few. In addition, having healthy fertility is based on many additional aspects to consider, including:
• Proper circulation
• A healthy fertility cycle
• Balanced hormones
• Healthy eggs
Egg cells are some of the only cells in the body that do not regenerate… or at least that has been the belief up until now. Recent research has brought up some promising new views on egg production – women may actually produce eggs throughout the reproductive years.
During the cycle of an egg’s journey towards ovulation, there is a window of opportunity, a period of time, when certain factors can affect the health of the eggs that are preparing for ovulation. During this 90-day period before an egg reaches full maturation, the eggs are changing and preparing for ovulation. At this time, they can be affected by both healthy and unhealthy influences. Contributing factors to egg health are:
Dehydration can cause your blood to become thick and decrease circulation in the body, as well as many other issues. Make sure to drink purified water that is NOT bottled in plastic. An easy way to get a head start every morning is to put a quart of water next to your bed when you go to sleep. You can then drink a quart of water upon rising and you are halfway done with your water intake for the day.
• Royal Jelly, Maca, FertiliGreens, Broccoli, Berries, Dark leafy veggies
• Halibut, Salmon, Pumpkin seeds, Sesame seeds, Turmeric, Ginger
• Cigarettes, Caffeine, Alcohol, Sugar, Non-organic meats and dairy, Soda, Low-fat diet
• Processed Foods, Trans Fats, GMO Foods
1. Increase circulation to the reproductive system with massage, exercise and drinking water.
2. Encourage hormone balance.
3. Eat a nutrient-dense diet and use supporting supplements such as antioxidants, a multivitamin, L-arginine and fertility superfoods.
4. Create a ‘stress support system’ to help you reduce stress and have a healthier response when stressful situations happen.