There is a growing body of evidence that nutritional habits and lifestyle have a significant effect on both male and female fertility. Maintenance of normal body weight may be effective in the prevention of infertility resulting from ovulatory disorders.Sufficient intake of antioxidants also promotes both female and male reproductive functions. There is no diet that will do what healthy eating does. So, skip dieting and start eating healthy.
There is no universal concept of ideal weight. It is always calculated as the weight that is proportionate to your height (BMI-Body Mass Index). You can calculate your BMI using the following formula.
BMI= weight in kg / (height in meter) 2
The ideal BMI for fertility and a healthy wellbeing is 18.5-25. Women with a lower BMI (malnourished) and higher BMI (obese), both experience fertility issues.
Seaweed is enriched with nutrients that help nurture the liver, bladder, and adrenals which are organs vital to fertility health
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