What to eat to get pregnant, eat plenty of avocado!

What should I eat to get pregnant? Did you know that certain foods increase the chances of pregnancy? Here are the foods that increase the chances of pregnancy!

Having a baby is almost every woman’s dream. While some of them can get pregnant easily, others have some difficulty in this process and apply to various treatment methods. Do you pay attention to everything necessary to get pregnant? For example, diet. Did you know that our diet increases our health and our health increases our chances of pregnancy? Experts warn! Some foods we eat increase the chances of pregnancy. So how to eat to get pregnant? Which foods increase the chances of pregnancy? All the curious about the subject, Obstetrics and Gynecology and IVF Specialist Op. Dr. We learned from Betül Görgen.

Mediterranean diet facilitates pregnancy

The Mediterranean diet triples the success of women undergoing IVF treatment. It has been found that diets containing monounsaturated fats such as olive oil, sunflower oil, hazelnut and seed oil are more beneficial for motherhood than diets containing different types of fat. If people undergoing IVF treatment also consume these nutrients, the chance of getting pregnant increases 3-4 times more than others. The leader of the study group at Harvard, Prof. Jorge Chavarro says that the foods richest in monounsaturated fats are avocados and olive oil.

If you consume red meat and butter…

Researchers think that monounsaturated fats, which are known to protect the heart, increase fertility by reducing the body’s inflammatory response and changing insulin sensitivity. The number of eggs obtained in those who consume large amounts of all types of oil is low and not of good quality. Especially those who consume foods rich in saturated fats. In addition, it was observed that the embryo quality was quite poor in those who consumed large amounts of polyunsaturated fat with food.

Consume avocado

Avocado cultivation, which is native to Mexico and Guatemala, has also increased in Turkey. It continues to be widely produced in some of our districts, especially in places on the Mediterranean coastline such as Alanya, Gazipaşa and Anamur. However, we consume less because it does not suit our taste. Experts warn! He says that it is necessary to raise awareness of people to consume this fruit, which is also rich in vitamins E and C.