Food is any substance that people and animals eat to survive because they provide energy, and nutrition to keep both people and animals healthy.
Food is usually obtained from plants, animals, or fungi and contains such nutrients as carbohydrates, protein, fats, vitamins, or minerals.
There is growing evidence that nutrition plays an important role in altering fertility-related outcomes in both men and women.
Diet high in unsaturated fats, whole grains, vegetables, and fish have been associated with improved fertility in both men and women while dairy, caffeine, sugar, alcohol, and saturated fats have been associated with poor fertility outcomes in both men and women. (2018,, frontiers in public health 2018: July 31, 10.3389(fpbh.2018.00212)
Infertility can be described as a failure to achieve pregnancy after 12 months of unprotected sexual intercourse.
What is the role of our food in this journey? What and which food leads to improved fertility outcomes and which food do we need to avoid? How do these food interact with our bodies to give us the desired fertility outcomes?
This great information and knowledge can change the destiny of many as well as change the trajectory of many families.
We have two nutrition experts to discuss and educate you on the way forward in Keyna Health Show coming up on Sunday, May I, 2022 by 2.00 PM CST and Nigerian Time at 8.00 PM.
Do not miss it.