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5 superfoods to strengthen your womb

One of the miracles of the human body is that every cell renews over time and is replaced by healthy new cells. This gives us the opportunity to work toward changing our fertility issues by nourishing and taking care of our bodies now, so that those new cells have the best chance possible to be vibrant and healthy!

Here’s superfoods to strengthen your womb:

  1. Egg yolks

Egg yolks can be considered as “nature’s multivitamin”, and are rich in a nutrient that many people have never heard of before: choline. Choline is actually good for you as it helps protect against neural tube defects, thus protecting your uterus and keeping it healthy.

  1. Fruits

Fruits rich in vitamin C like oranges can help in stopping the growth of fibroids, which are bad for your uterus. They can also normalise your oestrogen levels, which will go haywire during certain periods of time, like during your period. Fruits also help to prevent ovarian cancer and keep your reproductive system healthy, so load up on them if you are planning to have a baby.

  1. Dairy Products

Daily consumption of dairy products like yogurt, milk and cheese  is essential for your uterine health. They are rich in calcium and vitamin D, which keeps your bones healthy, and keeps uterine fibroids away.

  1. Fatty fish

Fish that thrive in cold water, such as salmon and mackerel are rich in omega-3 fatty acids. Not only do they help to reduce the production of prostaglandin in your body, which causes severe contractions of the uterus, they provide you with healthy fats that keep your uterus healthy. More reason for you to indulge in more sashimi, now!

  1. Nuts

Nuts are another superfood that are rich in omega-3 fatty acids, which eliminates fibroids and prevents ovarian cancer. Your body also needs seeds for optimal production of hormones, and seeds also help to maintain your cholesterol levels, preventing the birth of a premature baby.