How to Get Pregnant: 5 Healthy Tips

Pregnancy is a significant period in a woman’s life, and “how to get pregnant in a healthy way” is one of the most important questions to answer. Losing or gaining weight, quitting harmful habits like smoking, starting physical exercise, switching to a healthy, balanced diet that contains proteins, fibers, minerals, vitamins and other nutrients in the right quantities – these are the steps you can take to assure that you will be able to enjoy the period while you are expecting and that your child will have a healthy mother in excellent physical condition. Claim Your 20 Free Pregnancy Tests – Click Here

Here are 5 changes you need to make to get pregnant in a healthy way.


Introducing a few changes into your lifestyle can significantly improve your chance of getting pregnant. However simple it may sound, quitting smoking, spending more time outdoors, getting enough sleep and trying to avoid stressful situations can all increase your fertility chances.

Ideal weight

Infertility or difficulties to conceive are often related to being underweight or overweight. Body fat contributes to the hormonal balance of the body significantly, so keeping it at healthy levels also means maintaining the right level of hormones in the blood.

Your body mass index (BMI) is considered to be healthy if it is between 20 and 24. If you need to lose or gain weight to reach a healthy BMI, you must proceed by switching to a healthy lifestyle that includes adequate physical activity and not by using artificial chemicals like slimming pills.

Balanced diet

As the old saying goes, “You are what you eat.” Consuming a lot of proteins and fibers and reducing your intake of carbohydrates will help you not only to reach your ideal weight, but also to improve your general health.

Fruits and vegetables, whole grain foods, nuts, fish, eggs and dairy products, all influence fertility in a positive way. On the other hand, foods containing artificial additives and preservatives, fatty foods, red meat, caffeinated, acidulated and alcoholic beverages can contribute to unhealthy cholesterol and blood sugar levels, reducing the chances of fertility.

Physical activity

Regular exercise strengthens the skeletal muscles and improves circulation by oxygenizing the blood. Anaerobic exercise like weight training helps you increase you muscle mass, while aerobic exercise like swimming, cycling, jogging, or even brisk walking will keep your lungs and heart in good condition which is very necessary for a healthy conception and pregnancy.

Dietary supplements

Certain vitamin supplements can positively influence fertility. Q10 coenzyme, vitamin B, C and E, flaxseed oil, zinc and selenium supplements can regulate hormonal activity and make your ovulation more predictable, thus facilitating conception.

If you follow our suggestions, in a few months’ time your body will be fit and healthy enough to be able to get pregnant and have a beautiful, healthy baby.

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Dr. Prabha Sahgal, MD
Dr. Prabha Sahgal, MD | ConceiveEasy
Dr. Prabha Sahgal MD, is board certified in obstetrics and gynecology and subspecialty board certified in reproductive endocrinology and infertility. Dr. Sahgal holds a B.S. degree from MIT in molecular biology and currently serves on the ConceiveEasy board of directors.