Following a good fertility diet is beneficial for everyone when they are trying to conceive. A study conducted by the University of Surrey showed that couples with a previous history of infertility who made changes in their lifestyle, diet and took nutritional supplements had an 80 percent success rate.
Even if you are going for IVF or another assisted conception procedure, making dietary and lifestyle changes will increase your chances of success.
A good fertility diet will provide the correct raw materials to support egg and sperm quality. It can also help other imbalances, improving hormonal balance and reducing inflammation. It can take three months for eggs to mature before ovulation, and similarly three months for sperm to develop.