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Fertility Acupuncture: Foods for Fertility

Acupuncture is now widely used to help Infertility. Chinese medicine also uses nutrition along with acupuncture to improve fertility. Here are some tips for improving fertility:

Warm cooked foods are highly recommended, especially root vegetables. Ginger chicken soup is often recommended in China for pregnant women.

Add vegetables like cabbage, broccoli, brussel sprouts and cauliflower. These foods contain di-indolymethane (DIM) which enhances estradiol (form of estrogen) metabolism that will help the body use it more efficiently. Many estradiols are associated with breast pain, weight gain, uterine cancer and low libido. Adding DIM will overcome this effect.

Balancing blood sugar levels will help with hormone regulation and energy levels. This involves reducing high carbohydrates, foods that release glucose quickly into the body. These include white sugar, biscuits, cakes, sweet drinks, too much fruit, cereals, bread, pasta, caffeine and alcohol.

Trying:

Eat a warm breakfast in an hour to get up. Prefer oats, quinoes and boiled eggs or two.

Have protein with every meal.

Don't skip meals.

Google GI Foods and choose foods with a low GI index.

Eat more alkaline foods then acidic foods for better pH balance for conception. Eat alkaline foods such as vegetables, shoots, non-lemony foods and cereals such as grass and wheat. Acid foods include meat and dairy products. Chewing food carefully will improve this through the rich properties of salty carbs. Do this instead of drinking anything at mealtime. Avoid late-night snacks.

Always trying to use organic crop sources, this is stronger in Qi and the essential essence of Chinese medicine for fertility.

Get lots of essential fatty acids from non-processed plant sources and deep sea fish.

This is important for the health of our cells and important for ovulation.

Good sources include:

Fish and fish oil.

Eggs.

Soy products.

Peanuts and seeds.

Hemp and pumpkin seeds

Dark greens.

It's important to avoid snacks, do lots of healthy exercises like yoga or tai qi, walking etc. and more importantly then anything else ... Relax.

Supplement your diet with natural multivitamin complexes and high minerals with fatty acids, folic acid and vitamin B.

Vitamins and minerals essential for reproductive health (Vitamins A, C, E, B complexes, zinc and selenium) improve fertility but lack common Western processed foods. If these nutrients are adequately supplied through the diet, many fertility problems can be avoided. Additional foods to keep in mind are as follows:

Folic acid - Very important and should be taken as soon as possible. Folic acid deficiency can affect the early development of the fetal nervous system.

The pollen and / or royal jelly is regenerative and tonifying.

Blue-green algae i.e. chlorella and spirulina nourish the endocrine system, nerves and immune systems, regulate metabolism and tissue repair.

Wheatgrass calms and enhances immunity and restores hormone function.

Vitamin B6 is recommended for hormone function. It is best to take complete B complex. (Viridian performs a B6 complex containing all B vitamins with strong B6 content.

Co-enzyme Q-10 assists the energy levels that function in the cell's powers.

I would recommend starting with a 7-10 day lightweight detoxification program to increase your fertility chances. This will help the liver in its function to filter out toxins.

Free-to-eat foods:

Vegetables - eat a variety of vegetables, especially:

Broccoli, cabbage and cauliflower as previously mentioned.

Garlic and onion (with detoxification, sulfur-containing compounds)

Asparagus, avocado (contains glutathione detoxification)

Green leafy vegetables, such as kale and cabbage (contains vitamin B detoxification)

Artichoke and beet (both natural detoxifiers)

Carrots, sweet potatoes, pumpkin, spinach, celery, water and nuts (all containing antioxidants

Herbs like parsley and coriander.

Fruit - eat as many varieties as possible, especially:

Apples, pears (core fruits containing pectin)

Apricot, peach, mango, watermelon, papaya, pineapple, kiwi, all berries (contains valuable antioxidants to support the liver

Lemons - use juice for salad dressings

Pulsine - nuts, nuts and lentils (for fiber and soluble protein)

Cereals / cereals - cereals and cereals

Olive oil - for cooking and salads

Drinks:

Fruits (except orange) and vegetable juices - try beets, celery, apples and carrots or apples, pears, carrots and ginger (highly recommended). Do not drink concentrated, make sure it is pure.

Dandelion coffee

Fruit and herbal tea

Half a lemon juice in warm water 20 minutes before breakfast or during waking.

Water-filtered or bottled only

Simple edible foods:

White meat - chicken, game

White fish - single, cod, hasdock, plaice, skate, herring, sardine, pilchard, tilapia

Eggs

Beans - almonds, brazil nuts, walnuts

Seeds - sunflower, pumpkin, sesame, grass seed (soil)

Dried fruits - dates, figs, apricots, raisins

Grains - barley, rye, wheat

Cow's milk - oat milk, almond milk

Potatoes and tomatoes

Natural organic yogurt.

Foods to avoid or reduce significantly

Food is inorganic

Alcohol

Caffeinated beverages - e.g. coffee, tea and cola (also avoiding caffeine alternatives, which still contain substances that require detoxification by the liver.

Orange juice

Sugar and foods containing many sugars - candy and chocolate (this is the immune system)

Fine carbohydrates - white versions of foods like bread, pasta, rice, and cakes and cookies

Red meat and dairy products (this is pro-inflammatory)

Wheat - found in pastries, cakes and cookies.

Foods containing additives and preservatives

Packaged and processed foods, including processed meat

Salt



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