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I am Tash. Nutrition is vital in optimizingyour fertility. Here's what you need to eat. I am Tash. Nutrition is vital in optimizingyour fertility. Here's what you need to eat. Nutrition is a very important part of pregnancyplanning. Clearly, there are things that you shouldn't or should eat. There are some basicfood principles that I like for you to follow when you are thinking about conceiving andeven during when you are pregnant. Some basic principles include eating whole foods, thatis eating foods that you're able to identify as a real food, like a tomato for example.You want to maximize the amount of nutrients that you actually eat at every meal, and theonly way you're going to get that is when you eat a lot of vegetables. You also haveto be mindful of how much sugar you have in.
Your diet. You would like actually have abalance of foods. So you are looking at whole your diet. You would like actually have abalance of foods. So you are looking at whole foods such as meat, dairy, vegetables, fruits,and nuts. You'd like to also eat seasonally. What thatmeans is eating things in season, and that's important because you know that seasonal fruitsand vegetables will actually be maximized in their nutrient density. Something that'snot seasonal that you are seeing on a shelf means it's probably been brought from somewhereelse. It's been refrigerated, had to come from a long way and it's probably lost a lotof its nutritional potential. Organic, why do we go on about organic? Because organicmeans that the food that you are eating has.
Less toxins and chemicals in it, that's thething to remember. When you're pregnant or less toxins and chemicals in it, that's thething to remember. When you're pregnant or planning a pregnancy, you want to minimizethe amount of toxins in your body. Why? Because those toxins go straight through to the placenta,to your baby, and even into your breast milk. You have to be smart about the carbohydratesyou're eating. Carbohydrates aren't bad. You can't just say all carbs are bad. There arebetter carbs than others and that's important to realize, especially when you have a conditionlike polycystic ovarian syndrome. With that condition, you're more likely to develop diabetesand pregestational diabetes. So it's very important that you make sure that you don'thave spikes in your insulin levels. And this.
Is really vital, because there are certaincarbohydrates that will cause spikes in insulin is really vital, because there are certaincarbohydrates that will cause spikes in insulin and others that won't. Complex carbohydrates,they're usually vegetables and fruits, and they are more nutrient dense than, say, simplecarbohydrates, which are found in things like white bread or white rice. You want to maximizethe amount of complex carbohydrates over the simple carbohydrates. Fish is high in omega3s and omega3s arereally important for baby's brain and eye development. Nuts and seeds are a great snack,and that's because they're high in omega3s, nutrients, vitamins, and minerals.
These are the top six foods to avoid whenplanning a pregnancy. This goes for you and These are the top six foods to avoid whenplanning a pregnancy. This goes for you and your partner.6. Soy milk! What's wrong with soy? The issue with soy is it's highly processed usually,and high in estrogen, and that can interfere with your own hormones, particularly for aman. 5. Sugar is the white death. There's no addednutritional value when it comes to sugar. There's no reason to put sugar into your coffee,absolutely none. Now, when I talk about sugar, I mean refined sugar, like table sugar. Iam not talking about the sugar that you find in your fruits. That's a different story.4. Everyone loves a bit of alcohol, red wine,.
Vodka. I recommend you review how much alcoholyou're having. What's the safe limit? We don't vodka. I recommend you review how much alcoholyou're having. What's the safe limit? We don't really know if there's a safe limit. So forthat reason, I recommend you try and minimize your alcohol intake. If you are going to havealcohol, make it at least something that's beneficial like red wine, that we at leastknow has some antioxidant in it. 3. Processed foods, that usually means thatthe food has been stripped of all its nutrient capacity. A lot of the time, things are addedin to make up for that. A lot of those added in things are things like sugar, the whitedeath. Avoid processed foods. 2. Fast fried food. Again, absolutely nobenefits to that, avoid at all costs. Elvis.
Presley, who used to deep fry his Mars bars,maybe just agreeing with me right now. Presley, who used to deep fry his Mars bars,maybe just agreeing with me right now. 1. Number one food type to avoid is junkfood, things like Kit Kats, chips, Mars bars. They are everywhere, easy to find, cheap,but don't do it. There's absolutely no benefit to you or your future pregnancy. Depending on where you are in your menstrualcycle, it's important to perhaps focus your attention on certain food groups. So whenyou've got a period, when you've got a bleed, you can lose up to 35 millilitres, some womenup to 80 millilitres of blood in that cycle. So you have to make up for that iron deficiency.So where do you get iron from? Along with.