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Natural Methods to Improve Chances for Conception


Dr. Matthew Marturano By Dr. Matthew Marturano, ND
Friday, September 28, 2012
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Men and women of all ages may experience difficulty with fertility, which can be physically and emotionally grueling. Thankfully, today there are many natural techniques that can improve a couple's chances for conception, including dietary supplements and a number of lifestyle changes.

Fertility Benefits of Herbal Supplements
Balancing the body’s hormones is important for boosting fertility. Herbs beneficial for women include Dong Quai, black cohosh, red raspberry leaf, evening primrose oil and chasteberry. These herbs support women's general health and can also make pregnancy more comfortable. Herbs and supplements that can help men improve their sperm health include zinc picolinate, flaxseeds (crushed whole seeds or flaxseed oil) and saw palmetto.

It's imperative to keep in mind these herbs must be taken at specific times in order to prevent the opposite effect (decreased fertility). Talk with a physician or professional herbalist to learn more about hormone-balancing supplements and how to use them to help with conception.

Antioxidants for Improved Fertility
Antioxidants are also essential for protecting the sperm and eggs. By increasing the amount of antioxidants in the diet, it's possible to significantly increase fertility. In particular, foods or supplements that contain vitamins B, C and E, selenium and zinc are helpful. Again, it's important to speak with a doctor about adding any vitamins, especially if the patient is currently undergoing fertility treatment.

The Role of Lifestyle
An individual's unique personal habits can make a considerable difference in their fertility, according to a Harvard Nurses Health Study of more than 18,000 women. The following practices can play a key role in someone's likelihood of conception and may need reevaluating:

  1. Smoking -- In addition to the dangers smoking imposes on the vital organs of the body like the heart and lungs, smokers generally experience decreased fertility and are also at a higher risk for miscarriage, early menopause and having babies with a low birth weight. Male smokers tend to have a greater number of malformed sperm in addition to lower sperm counts.
  2. Alcohol Consumption -- It's well documented that drinking alcohol during pregnancy can cause complications like fetal alcohol syndrome, but drinking alcohol can also lead to difficulties when trying to conceive a baby. Reducing or eliminating alcohol consumption (either temporarily or permanently) can improve fertility.
  3. Body Composition -- Overweight individuals are often less fertile than those who maintain a healthy weight. Underweight individuals with a very low body mass index (BMI) may also struggle with fertility. Ovulation and fertility can return to normal by achieving a healthy body weight. Eating a balanced diet and exercising regularly are crucial for achieving and maintaining an ideal body weight.
  4. Nutrition -- Diet can make a big difference in the level of fertility in both women and men. Reducing consumption of refined sugars and carbohydrates, while consuming mostly unprocessed whole foods like fruits, vegetables and whole grains, is likely to give fertility a boost. It can also be helpful to reduce consumption of animal-based products while increasing protein from vegetable sources. Avoid trans fats and consume monounsaturated fats in moderation. Sticking to a diet of low-glycemic, high-fiber foods also ensures long-term health for mother and child.

All of these suggestions can help increase the chance of conception considerably. A physician can determine the best possible combination to make parenthood a reality.


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Now Foods Black Cohosh 80 mg  Now Foods Black Cohosh 80 mg 
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Garden of Life Radical Fruits  Garden of Life Radical Fruits 
Why you may like this product? Antioxidants can also help improve fertility and this supplement from Garden of Life is packed with antioxidant- rich fruits like red raspberry. Just two capsules daily can significantly increase antioxidant intake.
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