Fertility Foods

Fertility Oatmeal

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For those of you that are planning to conceive this is a great breakfast option for both sexes. Walnuts, pomegranate, nutmeg, raw honey and oats are foods that boost libido, fertility, egg health and semen count. Also, a delicious warming meal for the cold winter days ahead.

1 cup soaked oats (soak overnight in water)
Extra water or nut-milk for desired consistency

Garnishes:
Dash of nutmeg
Drizzle of raw honey
Handful of organic walnuts
Handful of fresh pomegranate

  1. Cook oats over medium-high heat with additional water or nutmilk for about three to five minutes.
  2. Pour into a bowl and top with garnishes.
  3. Eat warm.

Honey– contains amino acids that feed the reproductive system. Long used in Ayurvedic medicine to boost fertility for both men and women.
Walnuts-A UCLA study showed that only a handful of walnuts a day was linked with higher sperm quality, which means fast and healthy swimmers. Walnuts are loaded with omega 3, which regulates hormones, supports ovulation and improves endometrial health. Optimal omega 3 is vital to female fertility.  Walnuts are also full of B-vitamins, important for the nervous system, as well as protein and vitamin E.
Pomegranate-These round beauties are a symbol of fertility and good luck in many cultures, including Greece, Armenia and Arabia. Their red color promotes blood flow, which is important for reproductive health. Pomegranates are also full of vitamins C, K and folate.
Nutmeg– is known to boost libido and vitality in both men and women.  Ayurveda uses nutmeg to cure infertility.

 

 

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