By Sue Bedford (MSc Nutritional Therapy)
There are many factors involved in improving fertility health but eating a nutrient dense wholefood diet which includes plenty of vegetables, fruit, legumes, pulses along with nuts and seeds is a good place to start. Additionally, eating a plant-based may help you maintain a healthy weight, a key factor when it comes to getting ‘fertility-fit’.
Make your own granola or granola bars for breakfast- add in lots of your favourite fruit, nuts and seeds
Add lentils or chickpeas to a curry
Snack on seeds and nuts
Sprinkle some seeds and nuts on your porridge
Enjoy your morning smoothie with a few seeds and nuts- chia and almond go well
Add some roasted pine nuts to your favourite salad
Why not add some beans to your soup – they make a great addition
Enjoy crudites such as chopped apple, carrot, cucumber, celery with a nut butter dip as a healthy snack
Add some veggies to your morning smoothie or juice- a handful of baby spinach or kale is a good start
Add a few beans to your salad or stir fry- small broad beans or edamame are delicious and nutritious
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