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4 Fertility Boosting Foods to Eat This Holiday Season

Fertility Boosting Foods

The holiday season is right around the time. This means family time, parties, shopping and food! While it is important to watch what you eat when trying to conceive, a number of holiday favorites can enhance your fertility. New Hope Fertility Center recommends these fertility boosting foods may actually increase your odds of getting pregnant.



Asparagus is often served as a side dish during holiday meals. In addition to being a great way to get in your veggies, asparagus is packed with folic acid. Folic acid both improves ovarian health and helps to avoid birth defects in early pregnancy. As an added benefit, as long as it is not drowned in a heavy sauce, you can eat asparagus virtually guilt free.

Butternut Squash

Squash is great in the fall and winter and often appears during the holidays. In addition to being delicious, butternut squash contains a number of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. In men, butternut squash is thought to improve both the quality and number of sperm a man produces. In women, butternut squash can improve hormone production, thereby improving fertility.


Your holiday nutcracker is more than a centerpiece. Use it to crack walnuts which are among the best fertility boosting foods. These tasty nuts enhance fertility for both men and women. In women, the nuts can improve the quality of a woman’s uterine lining, which is important for an embryo to implant and result in pregnancy. For men, walnuts can improve all aspects of sperm health. Walnuts can be roasted, eaten raw or added to a number of desserts and side dishes.


Yams are a must for many holiday meals. They also contain a number of vitamins and can improve ovulation in women. Try healthier versions of the holiday treat that are prepared with less sugar. The holidays are a great time to share new healthier versions of these sweet vegetables while boosting your fertility.

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