If you’re thinking of starting a family, you may want to keep these foods in your diet even if you are not pregnant. Dishes which include these types of food are good for boosting fertility at any time during your life.

Berry and Yogurt Smoothies

These are a delicious beverage to enjoy any time of the day. Make your smoothies at home in your blender and make sure to be generous with the yogurt and berries. Dairy and antioxidants are both essential for maintaining hormone levels and bone health.

Milk in any form is usually good for reproductive health, but make sure to limit your fat intake. Indulging in low-fat or fat-free dairy products in moderation is a wise way to go. However, this doesn’t mean that you need to cut all the fruits and berries out of your blended beverage. If you add more berries to your beverage, you will consume more antioxidants.

Lemon Garlic Butter Salmon and Wild Rice

Any seafood is always a healthy option (when pregnant, be sure to speak with your Healthcare Provider about safe seafood options). Zinc and Omega-3 fatty oils are found in many types of fish and are great for your heart and blood flow. During and after pregnancy, eating adequate amounts of fish can promote blood flow to the organs responsible for reproductive health.

Grilling a salmon and brushing it with a sauce made from butter, garlic, and lemon juice makes for a tasty dish that also boosts fertility. Wild rice also provides complex carbs and makes a fitting side dish. The dairy and antioxidants in the lemon butter not only give the salmon a rich flavor but also promote hormonal balance.

Berry and Walnut Salad

This dish alone is rich in vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. Simply top your favorite greens with berries of any kind. These antioxidant-boosters will not only improve your mood and stress levels during a pregnancy but will balance necessary hormones as well. The nuts and vegetables in the salad are full of protein and magnesium, a mineral that is useful for promoting fertility.

Broccoli and Cheese Soup

A true soul food, broccoli, and cheese is a combination that is high in magnesium, vitamin C, and vitamin K. These are necessary for someone who wants to ensure a healthy pregnancy or have children. If you are making this from scratch, be sure to use low-fat cheese as well as a generous amount of broccoli.


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