Thursday, 20 March 2014

Fertility & Maternity Recipes

Fertility Diet

A few useful herbs that you can include in your daily diet in order to boost his and her fertility.


Fresh ginger or dried root reduce inflammation, help cleanse our system, relieve pain and promote better blood circulation to the reproductive organs. Ginger is also known to calm down nausea during pregnancy.


Herbalist use cinnamon to treat women with abnormal menstrual bleeding related with endometriosis, uterine fibroids, adenomyosis and primary menorrhagia. Cinnamon has been used for centuries as treatment for fertility issues where heavy menstrual bleeding is concerned.



Parsley is filled with vitamin C and antioxidant. These are essential ingredients to improve poor quality sperm.


Vitamins A, B, C and E are also found in seaweeds, as well as vital minerals that can easily be consumed by our body, including calcium, iron, zinc, magnesium, manganese and selenium.
Seaweed is often overlooked amongst fertility boosting foods in the preconception diet. By feeding your system with adequate amounts of seaweed can significantly reduces problems with the thyroid. A small amount of intake on daily bases, about two tablespoons, can help strengthen the liver, kidneys, bladder, and adrenals. These are the parts of our body that play an important role in healthy fertility.


Vitex is a very popular herbs widely used in Europe and other Western nations for the support of gynecological imbalances. It helps balancing hormones and promoting regular ovulation.


Raspberry leaf

Raspberry leaf promote good health in female reproductive organs. It is widely consumed by women
in their final stage of pregnancy to shorten time in active labor.


Flax seed

Flax seed is one of the up-rising product in the health industry. It is high in Omega 3, an essential fatty acid which contributes to the maintenance of normal blood cholesterol level. Protein, promotes growth and maintenance of muscle mass and the maintenance of normal bones. Iron, an agent for oxygen transport in the body and the formation of red blood cells. Zinc, essential for immune system function and antioxidant protection of body cells and tissues from oxidative stress. Calcium, important for the maintenance of normal bones and teeth.


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