In a world where we’re inundated with information, it’s hard to know where to look and what content to trust. That’s why we’re sharing fertility books that are worth the read, and offering you important takeaways and resources.
1. It Starts With The Egg
This science-based book discusses the importance of egg quality, how to not only naturally improve pregnancy rates, but also increase your odds of success in IVF! From learning to minimize toxins, choosing the right supplements, and nutritional advice, It Starts With The Egg explains it all.
“Based on a vast array of scientific research, It Starts with the Egg provides a comprehensive program for improving egg quality in three months, with specific advice tailored to a variety of fertility challenges— including endometriosis, unexplained infertility, diminished ovarian reserve, PCOS, and recurrent miscarriage.”
2. Self-Love Workbook for Women: Release Self-Doubt, Build Self-Compassion, and Embrace Who You Are
Developed by a licensed clinical social worker with your mental health in mind, this book takes an emotional approach to helping women build their confidence and mental health through a difficult season of life.
“Discover how much there is to love about yourself using this practical workbook for women of all ages. You’ll embark on your journey of self-discovery by learning what self-love is and then immersing yourself in exercises to help you build your self-esteem and improve your relationships.”
3. The Fertility Diet
We all know that what we put into our bodies plays a role in various aspects of our lives – but did you know that there is a specific diet that helps boost fertility rates? The Fertility Diet explains what foods to eat, what to avoid, and how to balance an overall healthy lifestyle to help increase pregnancy rates.
“The Fertility Diet reveals startling new research from the landmark Nurses’ Health Study, which shows that the food you eat can boost your fertility. The book prescribes ten simple changes in diet and activity that can increase your chances of getting pregnant. These changes include cutting back on red meat and trans fats, getting protein and iron from veggies and nuts, choosing whole-fat milk and even ice cream, drinking coffee, tea, and alcohol in moderation, losing weight (if needed) and exercising.”