Diet Management of Infertility in Ayurveda

What is Infertility according to Ayurveda?

According to Ayurveda Infertility primarily refers to the biological inability of a person of reproductive age to contribute to conception & also the state of a woman who is unable to carry pregnancy to full term.

Infertility is also defined as the failure to conceive after a year of regular intercourse without contraception according to modern science..
Yes, medically it is infertility only if there is no conception after an year of regular intercourse.

The problem of infertility is fairly common nowadays and it has become need of the hour to find out solution which is having less complications.

Dietary management

“Annam Brahmam” 🙂
Food has been compared to God, in the ancient Indian scriptures since it is the main factor for sustaining and nourishing life.

Dietary management involves strict compliance and adherence to foods that increase Ojus.

Ojus is an intersection factor of physical, mental and spiritual health of the body, responsible for overall health, energy and liveliness.
In today’s lifestyle, it is a strict need avoid the substances which diminish the Ojas.

This is important to regulate ovulation and enhances fertilization.

Eating whole foods provides all nutrients for the health of the body in addition to the fibres that influences hormonal levels of the body.

***Foods such as processed carbohydrates, excess starch, antibiotic and hormone laden meat and milk and canned produce destroy fertility***

Ojas building food include:
Sesame seeds
Pumpkin seeds
Saffron and avocados
Fresh organic fruits and vegetables
Protein from plant sources like beans, and peas
Whole grains
Spices such as ajwain powder

Above mentioned foods improve the interaction between hormones and targeted tissues

Cumin purifies the uterus in women and the genitourinary tract in men and black cumin boost fertility.

Take a screenshot of all these foods and try to include them in your daily diet
Fertility is not only important when you are trying to conceive, it is significant in having healthy reproductive system too

Diet should be free from Trans-fats as they block arteries, threaten fertility and harm the heart and blood vessels and therefore, must be avoided.

Foods containing preservatives and other chemicals, like artificial sweeteners, Monosodium Glutamate (MSG), and other artificial flavouring and colouring, excess alcohol and caffeine, tobacco, soda, smoking, red meat, refined carbohydrates, such as pasta, white bread, can excaberate infertility in both men and women

Take care
Lots of love to all❤️

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