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How Important is Going Organic to My Fertility?

on May 17, 2013

by Brittany Null

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How Important is Going Organic to My Fertility?

Of course, if you can't afford to make the changes and eat completely organic, remember that eating whole foods instead of processed foods, and eating a healthy diet is more important than everything else.

Why Organic?

More and more people are getting on the organic bandwagon, eating healthy, natural, whole foods as opposed to processed foods that can be unhealthy. What does organic actually mean? Organic foods are grown without the use of any pesticides, herbicides or any other repellents. The ground that the plants are grown on must also be free of pesticides, herbicides and repellents for them to be considered organic. While it is obvious that organic foods are going to be healthier than processed foods or non organic foods, the real question is, can an organic diet improve fertility? Claim Your 20 Free Pregnancy Tests – Click Here

What Chemicals Do

The fact of the matter is that somewhere around 90 percent of the chemicals, pesticides, herbicides, etc.. come from the food that we eat. These chemicals can disrupt the body’s natural balance of hormones in the body, which can reduce your fertility or lead to miscarriage. While there haven’t been any actual studies that prove that eating organic can improve your fertility, what we have to remember is that it certainly can’t hurt! We know that going organic can really bust your grocery budget, and it might not always be an option to fully go organic.

The Foods To Choose

If you don’t have the budget to go completely organic, the foods that are likely to have the highest level of contaminants are apples, celery, peaches, pears, bell peppers, spinach, strawberries, celery, imported grapes, cherries and potatoes. These are the foods that usually have the highest level of contaminants. However, if you don’t have the budget for completely going organic, remember that there are foods that have a very low chance of being contaminated. These include asparagus, avocados, broccoli, bananas, sweet corn, kiwi, onions, mangoes, pineapples and sweet peas.

What To Remember

Always remember, even if you eat organic produce, it should always be washed thoroughly before eating it. Another important thing to remember is that meat and dairy products are most likely to be contaminated, and they can contain a lot of chemicals. Therefore, try your best to eat organic meat and dairy when possible. Of course, if you can’t afford to make the changes and eat completely organic, remember that eating whole foods instead of processed foods, and eating a healthy diet is more important than everything else. Don’t worry if you can’t do the organic thing all the time, a little bit is better than nothing!

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Brittany lives in Kansas City, where she and her husband Austin are the proud parents of a newborn baby girl. You can subscribe to their lively and entertaining YouTube Channel to follow along on their journey.

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