Nutrition and IVF
People often think that there isn’t anything that can be done to boost IVF success, but in our view one of the single most important factors in preparing for it is getting you and your partner’s nutrition right, as this lays down the foundations to better eggs and sperm.
It’s important to build good, nutrient rich reserves as these are needed to optimise egg health and sperm production as well as to balance blood sugar and to enable the good digestion needed to absorb the nutrients for a healthy immune system.
We are often asked about the role digestive health can play when trying for a baby, so we wanted to highlight its importance when trying for a baby, whether naturally or going through IVF treatment.
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