Discovering a diet that increases the chances of pregnancy, improves fertility in men, and protects against heart disease and diabetes

Translation exclusiveA study by Australian researchers found that the Mediterranean diet can improve fertility, increase sperm quality in men, and help overcome infertility, making it a simple strategy for couples trying to conceive.

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Researchers noted that the diet — which has also been found to protect against diseases linked to inflammation, such as cardiovascular disease and type 2 diabetes — could boost fertility by reducing inflammation. According to the “Daily Mail”

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The study, conducted by scientists at Monash University, the University of the Sunshine Coast and the University of South Australia, reviewed research on how diet affects pregnancy.

Dr Evangeline Manziouris, from the University of South Australia, said previous research had shown inflammation could affect sperm quality, menstrual cycles and implantation.

She continued: “Encouragingly, we found consistent evidence that by adhering to an anti-inflammatory diet — one that contains plenty of polyunsaturated or ‘healthy’ fats, flavonoids (found in green leafy vegetables), and a limited amount of red and processed meat – We can improve fertility.” The Mediterranean diet is primarily plant-based and includes whole grains, extra virgin olive oil, fruits, vegetables, beans, legumes, nuts, herbs, and spices.

Dairy products and lean protein sources such as chicken or eggs are eaten in small amounts only.

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Experts believe that the antioxidants in fruits and vegetables improve the quality of a woman’s eggs and also protect the uterus. Monash University researcher Simon Alessi said the diet could be a “game-changer” for couples hoping to start a family.


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