How to Improve Your Chances of Fertility Naturally
Did you know that chronic inflammation affects all the components necessary for reproduction? That is why an anti-inflammatory diet is the best diet to improve female and male fertility, but there’s something really important I would like you to know.
Not all anti-inflammatory diets are the same, and so, for some, depending on what you are following, it may not work! The inconsistency of the information online on what you can and can’t eat in anti-inflammatory diets is really confusing. Some only focus on individual nutrients or single food groups, and some carry many health risks.
I have noticed that there are recommendations to eat foods, take supplements, and follow weight loss regimes for fertility that will ultimately cause inflammation, for instance.
This post is about how the right anti-inflammatory diet and lifestyle will work if fertility is your health goal. Even if you have a condition that is linked with infertility, chances are, you may be able to put that into remission on this anti-inflammatory diet, too.
Best Diet for Infertility
Infertility affects around 186 million individuals worldwide! 50% are attributed to female factor infertility, and 20-30% are male-related. 20-30% is due to both male and female factors.
Fertility treatment is not an option for many people for many reasons, but the wonderful news is that there are hundreds of studies that show how you can have more control over your fertility. The efficacy of a diet and lifestyle intervention for fertility is real!
It is no surprise that what you eat over a certain amount of time will have a major effect on your body and fertility, in a good or bad way.
How you live and think and what you don’t do has a significant effect on your body and fertility, too.
Now, it isn’t just about high fats, ultra-processed foods, and lack of exercise. There are foods for improving your chances of having a baby, but you can’t just eat those foods alongside inflammatory foods, for instance. I note a lot of suggestions online on what to eat to get pregnant faster, including inflammatory-inducing foods, which won’t help fertility. Even low-calorie and low-fat foods are highly inflammatory. This is why I always advise taking a qualified nutritionist’s advice for fertility, chronic inflammatory conditions, and so on.
Also, you don’t have to be overweight and have issues with conceiving. Have you read Signs of Inflammation That May Surprise You?
A gut-healthy, anti-inflammatory diet rich in every nutrient needed for fertility will help you. A good ratio of nutrients from a multitude of foods for fertility eaten daily, along with anti-inflammatory lifestyle changes, will help. Remember, it isn’t just one thing alone that you have to do to get pregnant and have a baby.
For example, omega-3 is good for fertility, but you can’t just take an omega-3 supplement and carry on living an inflammatory lifestyle.
Read: Do We All Need Omega-3?
How Does Chronic Inflammation Affect Fertility?
That is because chronic inflammation affects all the components necessary for reproduction, like the uterus, cervix, placenta, and testes, for instance.
Plus, there is a certain amount of immune response needed for fertility, and it plays an integral role. When you consider that chronic inflammation is also a dysregulated immune system, you can see why people are having babies using this method.
Why Can’t I Get Pregnant?
Low-grade prolonged inflammation (chronic inflammation) circulating in the body causes infertility through conditions like:
• PCOS – low-grade inflammation is prevalent in this condition
• Metabolic dysfunctions
• Other autoimmune disorders
• Premature ovarian failure (POF)
• Irregular menstrual cycles – which could be anovulation
• Anovulation, which is ovulation disruption
• Ovary inflammation
• Hormone dysregulation
• Implantation failure
• Recurrent miscarriages
• Sperm count and quality issues
• Epigenetics – some couples face fertility through underlying genetic issues.
How to Have a Baby Naturally
Studies show that lowering chronic inflammation results in better outcomes of all of the above.
In fact, I have heard many doctors lately term fertility issues as ‘inflammatory infertility.‘
Remember to be cautious about following a diet that claims to be anti-inflammatory. You could become more inflamed by following it. You also may have a condition that requires more attention to put it into remission or need mental well-being support and exercise that reduces inflammation.
That is why EBS also has a personalized advice section for a plethora of conditions, which complements the method to lower inflammation and increase fertility chances in the Premium Membership.
How Can I Lose Weight Quickly to Get Pregnant?
You are in the right place! Losing weight is a side effect of this anti-inflammatory diet and lifestyle, and for some members, it happens quickly and can be continuous. Nearly all the reviews mention weight loss! Reducing chronic inflammation is what Eat Burn Sleep does.
Help With Preconception, Pregnancy and Postpartum
This anti-inflammatory diet and lifestyle reduces inflammation and improves gut health for preconception, pregnancy, and postpartum.
Read The Movement Guide to access the best exercises to reduce inflammation. Everything is in the Lifestyle Guide, and please don’t miss the Masterclasses and Mental Wellness section. The Personalized Advice for Fertility will help you get pregnant. Everything on this anti-inflammatory platform will assist you in improving your fertility. Please ask your partner to do the same.
It improves immune health, liver health, nutrition, and absorption. It will help you in preconception time, during pregnancy, and postpartum.
Fastest Way to Get Pregnant With PCOS?
Reduce your inflammation as soon as you can to reduce PCOS for fertility. See the above reasons why chronic inflammation is stopping you from getting pregnant with PCOS. There’s a PCOS guide in the Personalized Advice section that helps members, even with severe PCOS, get pregnant. They reduce their PCOS, and then their dreams are realized. It’s so wonderful!
You may want to read this article: Reduce PCOS & Belly Fat.
Is It Possible to Conceive With Endometriosis?
Yes, you can conceive and have a baby when you have endometriosis. Follow this guide here, and you will be on your way to reducing the inflammation that is causing your pregnancy difficulties with endometriosis.
How Can I Increase My Sperm Count?
Men can boost their testosterone and sperm count, too. Check out the article: Increase Sperm Count Naturally.
There Is a Way to Help Male Infertility
Male infertility is linked to chronic inflammation in the same way that it is linked to female infertility. Here’s a quick read: Help With Male Infertility.
Plus, thyroid issues can cause erectile dysfunction, low libido, etc. Please read Thyroid Health Foods & Advice.
Can Infections Spoil My Fertility?
Infections can cause fertility issues. This is why this anti-inflammatory lifestyle also helps fertility because it protects you from infections that can relate to infertility.
It also improves your chances if you are having IVF or assisted reproductive technology (ART). No risks are involved!
Access the non-invasive, effective, and proven way to have a baby here: Fertility Support (with or without IVF) and Pregnancy and Postpartum. Start with the powerful Six Week Reset if you have just joined. Keep me posted!
Members, it makes me so happy when I see the pictures of your newborns and how they are growing. Please don’t stop sharing!
Have a truly wonderful day!