Infertility has become a pandemic. More and more couples are turning to artificial fertilization due to fertility problems.
Researchers have uncovered two key reasons for this phenomenon. Substances that mimic estrogen, called xenoestrogens, are in our environment and in our food, which affect fertility in both men and women. Others have pointed out that continuous stress and nutritional deficiencies may also play a major role.
Avoid soy and all its by-products.
Eat a healthy diet with protein at every meal. Make sure your lunch and dinner consist of 50% to 60% vegetables. Reduce your consumption of dairy products and avoid milk entirely. Also reduce your consumption of simple sugars, particularly white and brown sugars, but also honey, rice syrup and maple syrup.
- DC 41
- DC 52
- DC 22 or DC 37
- DC 24 (for women only)
- Zinc is often deficient in cases of infertility. Take a 25 mg zinc supplement, in the form of zinc citrate, every day.