Eating for Fertility

Eating for Fertility

More and more today, young couples are having problems fulfilling their dream of having a family. In that quest, it’s important to remember that diet is not only important in pregnancy, it’s important in conception! Would you like to unlock the secrets to changing your diet and potentially increasing your chances of success? One of our favorite resources is The Fertile Kitchen® Cookbook: Simple Recipes for Optimizing Your Fertility, written by Cindy Bailey and Pierre Giauque.

Co-authors Cindy Bailey and Pierre Giauque were told that they had only a two percent chance of conceiving a baby on their own.  However, they proceeded to develop a “fertility diet” that four months later produced a viable pregnancy, and soon after a healthy baby.”

Fertility Kitchen Cookbook


The cookbook is especially for:

  • Couples who are having trouble conceiving—that is, they have been trying to conceive for six months or more without success—whether or not they seek medical assistance.
Even if medical procedures are required to aid conception, as in the case of blocked tubes, for example, optimal nutrition may still improve success of those procedures. Check with a reproductive endocrinologist (a fertility specialist) to learn more.
  • Men who wish to support their partners in a cooking project they can share together as well as men with fertility issues themselves. 
It’s also recommended that men go on the diet even if they have no known fertility issues themselves as 10 to 15 percent of couples have unexplained infertility.
  • Anyone interested in a healthier, cleaner diet for long-term health.
  • Cooks and non-cooks alike, as this cookbook supports new cooks.

So check it out or ask us questions about it.

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