Trying to get pregnant? Then make sure you are including these 5 fertility boosting foods in your diet! Making changes in your diet is the easiest step that you can make to increase your fertility. When I was struggling with secondary infertility, I turned to nutrition to help prepare my body for another baby. There are so many fertility foods that help aid conception. Over the next week, I will introduce the 5 fertility foods you should be eating if you want to conceive. The first of these amazing fertility foods is: Bone Broth.

Bone Broth
Rich in minerals, such as calcium, magnesium, phosphorus and amino acids, the building blocks of life, bone broths are an essential additional to any fertility diet. Bone broths also have two very important acids that help increase fertility: glycine and hyaluronic acid. Glycine helps to detoxify the liver from toxins such as alcohol, pesticides and excess hormones. According to one of my teachers, Dr. Libby Weaver, having an imbalance of stress hormones such as adrenaline and cortisol can influence progesterone levels and greatly affect your fertility. Studies have tested the vitality of male sperm by seeing how they bind to hyaluronic acid. Having an abundance of this acid in your body naturally increases your fertility by helping attract the most viable and healthy sperm to the egg.

Making this fertility food is not only easy but also inexpensive! Make sure you are selecting a high quality, organic and preferably grass fed or pasture raised source for your bones, to make sure you aren't consuming unnecessary toxins. And make sure to add raw apple cider vinegar to your broth to help break down the bones and release the fertility boosting elements! Preparation is quick and you can leave the broth to simmer on the stove or in your slow cooker for up to 24-36 hours to get the most fertility boosting power from your bone broth. You can find an easy recipe here that I used during my fertility cleanse: Bone Broth Fertility Food Recipe

Next time we will explore the fertility boosting power of another food: Sardines.
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I wish more information will be available on how we can get all these benefits we get from broth without actually using broth. I have been on a plant based diet for quite some time now. I am still not convinced that I am eating a healthy diet. All I know is that I do not want to participate in the act of killing all these animals just to keep ourselves healthy. I feel it is not fair. If people from the mountains can keep themselves healthy, I am sure we can do it also with all the information we can get.


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