The food we eat feeds all of our cells. Our oocytes and sperm are no different from heart or liver, or skin cells and need nutrients to work properly.
It is possible to improve your fertility through diet and nutrition. Poor sperm quality, obesity, conditions like PCOS and endometriosis, and being underweight, as well as just being a little older as a woman can all be profoundly improved through good, evidence-based nutrition. Like many things in reproduction a change in diet or lifestyle takes around 3 months before it is seen at the level of eggs and sperm. Good nutrition of course extends into pregnancy and beyond too.
CRGW have links with Lisa Simon a registered dietitian and author of her blog on her website Tip Top Tum.
To read Lisa’s blog on diet and fertility click here. You can contact Lisa if you have questions for her or would like to book an appointment here.
We have invited Lisa to give a presentation and Q&A session on Diet and Fertility at CRGW in January 2020. If you would like are interested in attending please register your interest at the following page.