1. Healthy Diet
Having a healthy balanced diet is crucial to fuel and nourish your body, the better the environment to maintain a healthy pregnancy. Remove all unhealthy food and try and stick to organic, hormone free whole foods where possible.
2. Clean Your Gut
It is recommends that you take 50 to 80-billion-count probiotics, some aloe vera and L-Glutamine daily for a few months pre-pregnancy.
3. Pelvic Floor Exercises
It’s important for recovery of your pelvic floor to try and train the pelvic floor muscles in preparation for the pelvic recovery of childbirth. This will help to eliminate an symptoms related to a weak pelvic floor such as bladder leakage.
Stress can cause havoc on your body by boosting cortisol levels, which can upset ovulation and decrease sperm count and sexual drive. Stress also tightens your body, which can stagnate energy and constrict blood flow.
5. Fertility Booster Foods
There are some types of food that may help in fertility. Some foods include: salmon, leafy greens, almonds, eggs and asparagus.