A Healthy Diet And Lifestyle

Defining a Healthy Lifestyle for TTC Couples

Amos Grunebaum, MD, Leading Fertility ExpertFertilAid for Women and Men are designed to promote reproductive wellness as part of a healthy lifestyle and diet regimen. For trying-to-conceive women, a healthy diet and lifestyle is particularly important, because healthy babies start before conception.

For both women and men, a “trying-to-conceive” lifestyle begins with a balanced dietregular exercise(see your doctor regarding a safe exercise regimen), and avoidingunhealthful habits like smoking, drinking alcohol, and eating “junk” foods (particularly processed foods rich in refined sugars). If you are overweight, consider consulting your doctor regarding a safe diet and exercise regimen that will support your trying-to-conceive efforts.

“FertilAid is designed to enhance fertility and support overall reproductive health.”

-Amos Grunebaum, MD, Leading Fertility Expert

As you likely already know, eating a well-balanced diet while your are trying to conceive and through pregnancy is central to the health of a developing baby, as well as the the health of the mother-to-be. For dads-to-be, men can ensure optimum sperm health, sperm count, and sperm motility by decreasing or avoiding alcohol, not smoking, and eating a balanced diet.

FertilAid for Men offers a potent antioxidant formula to supplement a healthful diet. Infertility issues strike men as frequently as women, so a healthy lifestyle is equally important for the dad-to-be.

For women, eating foods rich in antioxidants and folic acid is highly recommended, especially folic acid during preconception and early pregnancy. Foods containing these nutrients include broccoli and green leafy vegetables. Folic acid has been shown to reduce the chances of birth defects, and supplements specially formulated with folic acid are advised. (For trying to conceive women, FertilAid offers 600mcg folic acid. For pregnant women, PeaPod Prenatal offers 800 mcg folic as well). To read more about folic acid and pregnancy, click here.

Mineral deficiency may also be a concern, so eating foods that contain minerals like iron, zinc, and calcium are important. Eating a variety of healthful foods is the key. A balanced diet is important because different minerals and vitamins require the presence of each other for optimal intake. Try to eat a variety of fruits and vegetables to ensure sufficient intake of vitamins, minerals, and fiber. The “Just Right” formula of FertilAid for Women is designed to supplement a healthful diet (and avoids potentially excessive doses of certain vitamins and minerals that can be found in other multivitamin products).

If you have unique questions regarding a healthy diet and lifestyle, you may wish to consult a doctor or a dietician. If you have a pre-existing medical condition and/or are using prescription drugs, consult your doctor before trying-to-conceive or supplementing your diet with nutritional-herbal supplements. FertilAid for Women is advised for preconception use, and if you are pregnant or suspect you may be pregnant, discontinue use of any herbal products or switch to a prenatal vitamin like PeaPod Prenatal.


A Balanced Diet for Trying-to-Conceive and Pregnant Women is central to Conception and a Health Pregnancy!


Foods To Consider!

FertilAid for Women contains 600mcg of folic acid, important in preventing birth defects. Other foods rich in nutrients, antioxidants, and folic acid include citrus fruits, green leafy vegetables, broccoli, and fortified cereals.

Walnuts and almonds are beneficial in providing zinc, calcium, and magnesium. Omega-3 fatty acids, found in fish like Salmon, support pregnancy health as well.

While trying-to-conceive, consider organic products (vegetables, fruit, and milk) and free-range meat and poultry. Organic and free-range products will decrease intake of hormones, pesticides, and other potential environmental toxins.

Foods To Avoid

Avoid unpasturized, blue, or soft cheesessoft eggs, or undercooked meats and poultry, which may present a risk of food poisoning.

Avoid foods that contain very high levels of vitamin A such as liver or cod liver oil. (Note that the vitamin A in FertilAid and Pregnancy Plus is 100% natural beta carotene, which does not present a risk of toxicity.)

Avoid foods that may cause allergic reactions, particularly if there is a history of food allergies in your family. A top offender here is peanuts and peanut oil-based foods and creams.

Avoid smokingalcohol, and too much caffeine. Smoking has been linked to an increased risk of miscarriage (among many other health risks) and alcohol and caffeine may prevent the absorption of important minerals. If you are pregnant or trying to conceive, it is advised to avoid drinking alcohol.

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FertilAid is pleased to support non-profit organizations that support women’s health such as the American Pregnancy Association which offers helpful information on infertility, pregnancy symptoms, delivery and much more.

*Results may vary. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food & Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.