Trying to ConceiveFertilityNutrition

Did you know that it takes approximately 90 days for a female egg to mature to the point that it is ready for ovulation?

Because of this, making changes to your diet and lifestyle has the potential to impact a developing egg, influencing fertility. The health of our eggs is very important as this can determine whether or not they will be fertilised by a sperm, whether it will implant successfully into the uterine lining and ultimately progress into a successfully developing pregnancy.

As well as influencing egg quality and protecting egg health, nutrition and lifestyle also has the ability to influence many other aspects of our reproductive health such as menstrual cycle regularity, ovulation, hormonal balance and the quality of the endometrial lining,

While there are many other factors that influence fertility, nutrition and lifestyle are very important pieces of the puzzle and crucially are ones we are able to take control of.

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