Here’s the big misconception…
When it comes to starting a fertility diet, you don’t have to give up the foods you love. It’s easier to transition to a healthier lifestyle than you’d think. Fertility diets aren’t just fad “diets” that you do to lose weight for a month, drinking cayenne and maple syrup juice or adding butter to your coffee.
They are meant to elicit a change in your eating habits by slowly introducing the right foods. Any diet that makes you completely switch what you normally do to a calorie restrictive, crazy food plan IS NOT SUSTAINABLE.
How many times have you tried these crazy new diets and almost immediately failed? I don’t know a single person that’s been able to stay healthy and keep up with these crazy diets.
The trick is…
Transition the foods in that are healthy slowly, creating habits while still eating what you like to eat. By doing this, you are steadily “tricking” your mind to enjoy those foods. Now, I don’t mean that you need to love eating a bowl of peas every day. No, that’s not it at all.
What I mean is that you can add in healthy foods to things that you’d otherwise eat to get those additional nutrients that you may not have been getting.
Let me give you an example…
I love starting my day with smoothies, who wouldn’t. They are sweet and satisfying naturally. Now, the average person may think of a smoothie as one you’d get in a smoothie shop, but those are typically loaded with extra sugar and unhealthy additives that make it taste great, but take away all the goodness that you’d otherwise get from it.
A fertility diet smoothie might look a little something like this:
- 1 cup frozen spinach
- 1 cup frozen berries
- ½ cup cauliflower rice
- 1 cup unsweetened coconut milk
- 1 scoop protein powder (preferred: organic French vanilla bone broth protein)
- 1 tsp turmeric powder
- 1 tsp cinnamon
Trust me, it tastes nothing like it looks or sounds (well, if it sounds yummy to you then it tastes exactly how it sounds). The fruit, coconut milk and protein powder mask the taste of the other vegetables. These veggies are blander in their raw flavor, but packed with nutrients so the other flavors take over.
A smoothie from a shop may have berries, but the added sugar and things that they add like yogurt that you’d think are otherwise healthy are the types that taste delicious but are loaded with more sugar and preservatives that you don’t want or need.
That’s just one example of how easy it is to transition to a healthier lifestyle (we don’t really love the term “diet”). The ultimate goal to a fertility diet is to help bring your body and reproductive system into a healthy status and reduce inflammation while we’re at it. Having this balance can mean having regular menstruation, ovulating, healthier eggs and the right environment for a baby.
…but remember, diet isn’t the only factor in getting this healthy balance. There are a lot of factors at play, but diet is an exceedingly important part and one you have complete control of. It’s just up to you to take the leap.
Check out our additional resources, including the Cycle Diet. You can read more about it below.
So now that you’ve read this article, you can put what you’ve learned here into practice immediately and increase your chances of getting pregnant.
Resource 1: Take our Fertility Quiz
If you’re having trouble getting pregnant or staying pregnant, then it’s imperative that you take this quiz. Find out the #1 reason you are having trouble getting or staying pregnant and find out the best ways to fix it by clicking here.
Resource 2: The Cycle Diet
I’ve created a super foods plan that will guide you throughout your cycle and teach you the foods that will significantly boost your fertility.The Cycle Diet is a 28-day system that follows the average woman’s monthly cycle and tells you the optimal foods to be eating during each stage. It teaches you the right food to eat at the right time of your cycle to help regulate ovulation and menstrual cycles, improve egg quality, sooth inflammation and much more…
You can learn more about The Cycle Diet by clicking here.
Resource 3: Egg Quality Vitamin Guide
Are you having trouble getting pregnant or staying pregnant? Egg quality may be an issue for you. This is the #1 most common factor in women who suffer from infertility and miscarriages. Egg quality can be impacted by a number of factors, most commonly advanced maternal age, as well as conditions like PCOS and endometriosis.
Vitamins and supplements are vastly important to make sure the eggs you are producing are of the highest quality. You can do this by downloading my report on vitamins and supplements to improve egg quality and lining issues in the Egg Quality Vitamin Guide by clicking here.
Resource 4: The Wolf Method (TOP SELLING!)
If you don’t want to leave getting pregnant up to chance…and if you feel like there’s more you can be doing right now to get pregnant, take a look at my book called, The Wolf Method.
It’s my 90-day system to get pregnant when you’ve tried all of the traditional methods.
Did you know that the maturation of an egg is a 90 day cycle and what you do in your daily life can DRAMATICALLY impact your egg quality? My book will teach you unique techniques that work.
It also includes sections to help keep your relationship healthy and alive when the stress of trying to conceive can bring you down. Not only this, but this book can save you THOUSANDS of dollars! Click the link below to find out how!
When all else fails, and you need to get pregnant FAST and reliably, use The Wolf Method. Click here to learn more about the book.
Resource 5: Natural Fertility Shop
In order for natural products such as herbs and nutritional supplements to be effective, they must be of the highest quality. This Natural Fertility Shop focuses on offering the best products which are all hand selected by their highly trained fertility specialists from the finest and most reputable companies in the US. Also, all of their products are GMP (good manufacturing practice) certified and they carry certified organic ingredients and products whenever available. Click this link to check them out!
The information in this document has not been evaluated by the FDA and is not intended to diagnose, treat, prevent, or cure any disease.