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Fertility Breakfast Options

Now more than ever, we see hormonal imbalances, adrenal fatigue and fertility problems.

What are the underlying reasons for these health issues?

Some claim it’s the environment. Others believe stress and toxins are the root cause.

Regardless, diet is often overlooked.

Think about it.

If PMS can improve with natural seeds and libido can increase with Maca, why aren’t more people making healthy changes to their diet?

Synthetic hormones aren’t the only option when it comes to addressing hormonal imbalances.

Many men and women modify their hormones naturally.

They do this through diet and supplements. It can be as simple as eating hormone-friendly foods, detoxing, and taking daily supplements like B vitamins, vitex, and zinc.

There’s no question that good nutrition can help balance hormones. It can also improve sperm and egg quality.

When it comes to hormones, every meal and snack counts. Especially breakfast!

So here’s a list of my favorite breakfast options for enhanced fertility.

Green Smoothies

Dark green leafy vegetables such as kale and spinach are a great addition to breakfast smoothies. It’s no surprise they are quickly gaining popularity.

These vegetables are a great source of iron and vitamin C. These are important nutrients for fertility and healthy reproduction.

Dark greens are also an excellent source of folic acid, which prevents neural tube defects.

Homemade Granola

Cereal in the morning is something that many people enjoy.

Most cereals contain processed sugars, additives and hard-to-digest grains.

Cereals made with ancient grains such as quinoa and buckwheat are healthier options.

Add flaxseeds, pumpkin seeds, chia seeds, or goji berries for additional health benefits.

Choose milk alternatives like almond milk or coconut milk. Avoid non-organic cow’s milk and soy beverages, which may affect hormones.

Maca Smoothies

These delicious smoothies are easy to digest.

Lepidium meyenii, also known as Maca, is loaded with vitamins, minerals, phytonutrients and amino acids.

Besides providing an incredible amount of energy, this Peruvian herb also boosts libido.

Avocado Trio

This breakfast option helps balance blood sugars and ensures long-lasting energy throughout the day.

It includes half an avocado drizzled with olive oil and served with one organic, hard-boiled egg.

Starting the morning with this satisfying combination of healthy fats keeps individuals feeling fuller longer and can also help with weight loss.

This is important because carrying additional weight can lead to many hormonal disturbances such as increased estrogen.

Avocados are also rich in the antioxidant vitamin E, which enhances fertility and reproductive health in both men and women.

In men, vitamin E has been shown to improve sperm viability, and in women it helps regulate ovulation and cervical mucus production.

For both men and women, remedying hormonal imbalance involves multiple steps and actions.

You need to eat well, manage stress, take supplements, do a fertility detox, and exercise regularly.

By taking these steps, you’ll be doing your hormones, your body and your future offspring a lot of good.

 

Dr. Sara Celik
Dr. Sara Celik is a Canadian licensed Naturopathic Doctor with 15+ years of experience serving patients in Ontario. She is a sought-after speaker and passionate leader in the Health & Wellness industry carrying a wealth of experience in the field of women's health and fertility.

Dr. Sara has appeared on multiple radio shows/podcasts, the W Network, Breakfast Television and CP24. For almost 5 years, she worked as the National Spokesperson for a well-known digestive wellness brand, educating across the globe on gut health. Dr. Sara has been named a rising star in Canada receiving the Generation Next award for her outstanding contribution to shaping the future of Canada’s grocery industry. She frequently contributes to large publications and has been published in Best Health Magazine, The Globe and Mail, Sweat Equity, Grocery Business, Inside Fitness, Canadian Living, Elevate, HELLO, and ELLE Canada.

Dr. Sara’s approach to healthcare is not as easy as taking a pill. The “quick-fix” approach is not one she subscribes to. While there’s a pill for just about everything, rarely do prescription drugs stop the course of disease - they merely mask symptoms. Dr. Sara believes true health requires a commitment from both the doctor and the patient.

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