Ovulation disorder causes infertility in about 20 percent of women trying to become pregnant according to research.
A research from the Havard school of public health; 18,000 women were followed over eight years to be sure if their diets influenced their ability to become pregnant.
It showed that women who ate food containing a higher amount of trans fats, carbohydrates, protein and other dietary factors, were at high risk of having ovulatory disorder.
They concluded that such cases are preventable by adjusting diet and lifestyle.
If you are the type that enjoys eating pork, chicken, beef, you may want to switch from animal protein to vegetable protein sources. Such as cooked dried beans and nuts.
Furthermore, if five percent of total calories are gotten come from vegetable protein instead of an animal, the risk of ovulatory infertility will drop by more than 50 percent.
2. Don’t forget to add high-fat dairy such as a glass of whole milk, because the more low-fat dairy products you eat, the greater your risk of ovulatory infertility.
3. It is important to consume folic acid as it plays a vital role in your health. Also iron supplements and multivitamins.
These findings apply only to women with ovulation problems and not to all women battling with infertility.