Fertility Tips

by | Jun 25, 2022 | PCOS | 0 comments

Fertility Tips

Are you just starting the fertility journey and have PCOS?

Or have you been trying to get pregnant for some time now?

The pregnancy journey can be different for everyone. And that is why I am here providing you with information to support your conception journey. Healthy nutrition and lifestyle choices are a key player when it comes to fertility. In this video, I highlight top fertility tips to support you.

From what you eat to what you drink, there is a lot you can do to support a healthy pregnancy.

We live in a world with a lot of fertility offenders. What I mean by this is that every day we come across certain foods or lifestyle choices that can negatively impact our fertility. So it is up to us to make the right choices!


Two or more soft drinks a day can affect fertility. Instead of a soft drink try Ollipop or Zevia.


Reduce your amount of alcohol or push it aside if you are trying to conceive. Alcohol can impact our hormones and increase estrogen levels.

Coffee or Caffeine

Reducing caffeine can be really supportive in the fertility journey. Try a decaf or herbal tea option instead! Green tea has lower caffeine levels.

Animal Protein

Reducing the amount of animal protein can also help with the fertility journey. This does not mean you need to cut out meat entirely – try to cut your intake instead.

2-3 ounces of high quality grass fed protein at every meal (the size of your fist) is recommended. Meat should be a compliment to the other foods on your plate.

Right after this video, you can easily put these tips into practice. Just take a few minutes out of your day to watch this entire video and gain insight on key nutrition changes for fertility.

In fact, have your partner watch this video with you – as these tips can easily support both parties.

And remember, lifestyle is also key!

If we aren’t managing our stress, sleeping or maintaining work-life balance…..then our nutrition only takes us so far. I really enjoyed putting together this video for you and I hope you find it supportive!

Written by Eleni Ottalagana


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