Certain foods can improve the ability to achieve pregnancy, although there is no magic food. However, the impact that lifestyle and eating habits can have on fertility is being increasingly emphasized.
One recommendation for women whose goal is to become pregnant is to eat a healthy, low-fat diet with high nutritional value. In addition, it is important to keep in mind that a good diet is not related to eating a lot of food.
If a woman is overweight or obese, the maturation of the eggs may be altered, causing poorer oocyte quality. Similarly, very thin women will have problems in the functioning of the hormones LH and GnRH, important hormones in the regulation of the menstrual cycle. Therefore, thinness can cause the absence of ovulation in women, i.e., anovulation.