(Eating healthy can go a long way in increasing fertility. )

After at least one year of unprotected,regular well-timed intercourse and unable to conceive a child, know that the Woman/Man is considered to have an infertility or sterility problem .


Your body needs certain quantities of vitamins before, during, and after pregnancy.
Lack of Vitamin C,D &,Folic Acid can decrease fertility, cause migraines, and alter moods.

*(Taking Grapeseed)
Extract alongside Vitamin C can increase its potency. Grapeseed Extract is a powerful antioxidant that provides additional support and protection to sperm.

*(Folic Acid)
This vitamin is extremely important to take in early pregnancy in order to prevent complications. It is also most beneficial when taken for a few months prior to conception to avoid birth defects. Folic Acid aids in proper cell division and promotes ovulation. It is suggested that a dose of 2,000 mcg per day is sufficient for women trying to conceive.


Consume 2 to 3 servings of calcium rich foods like cheese, yogurt, and low-fat milk.

Eat substantial amounts of protein, such as nuts and meats, including lean meats like poultry
At least six servings of whole-grain foods, like oatmeal, brown rice, and whole wheat bread should be part of your daily diet.

Avoid dehydration and increase your cervical mucus by drinking eight to ten glasses of water per day.

Eat at least seven servings of vegetables and fruits per day. Two of these should be rich in folic acid, like spinach, broccoli, orange juice, and lentils. One of the fruits or vegetables must be high in Vitamin C, such as oranges, papaya, kiwi, or cantaloupe.
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