Infertility is connected with all your habits so be careful what you eat or drink.
U.S. scientists have concluded that women with the lowest risk of infertility due to anovulation – failure to release a viable egg every month – consume monounsaturated fats like olive oil, more fiber and iron, and take the necessary proteins instead of red meat, vegetable products such as beans and nuts.
Doctors recommend more fruits and vegetables, refined carbohydrates and replace them with whole grains. Carbohydrates raise blood sugar and insulin, which can hinder ovulation.
Beware of toxins in the environment
It was found that many environmental factors affect reproductive capacity. Scientists from the University of San Francisco for example found that bisphenol A used in the manufacture of solid food packaging reduces cell division in the uterus, which in turn may prevent the embryo from attaching to it.
Scientists recommend avoiding canned foods, because very often their internal coating contains bisphenol A.
Other threats posed by environmental lead are causing hormonal and menstrual disorders, and radiation, damaging rapidly dividing cells / benzene used in the manufacture of tires, lubricants, paints, may lead to cessation of menstruation in women and men to reduce sperm.
It is also clear that some chemicals used in cosmetics can cause disturbances in ovulation and worsen the quality of sperm.
Maintain a healthy weight and healthy habits
Scientists have shown that both too weak and too fat women often have decreased hormone levels, which inhibits ovulation.
Men who are overweight may also have problems with quality and quantity of sperm.
Physical activity is very important for fertility
Men, however, must be careful with tight briefs and shorts that overheated testicles.
Prolonged and frequent overheating can negatively affect the number and movement of sperm.
And – last but not least – smoking affects the quality of sperm and females accelerated loss of oocytes, leading to earlier onset of menopause.