Top Tips for Your Pregnancy Diet After Years of Infertility

“A lot of the time when we have sensitives to gluten and dairy, it’s more to do with the quality.”

Topics Discussed:

  • Reintroducing inflammatory foods.
  • High quality vs. low-quality inflammatory foods.
  • How to be consistent and aware of what your body needs.

Are you experiencing certain health issues that are forcing you to reintroduce inflammatory foods into your diet? Whether you’re pregnant or not, it is important you become aware of what foods you need to reintroduce and in what way to still stay healthy.

In this episode of the Finding Fertility podcast, I explain how to approach inflammatory foods reintroduction after making lifestyle changes after years of infertility. I also explain why high-quality inflammatory foods are much better than low-quality ones in helping you maintain your health.

Listen in to learn the importance of being consistent and aware of what you need for your baby to stay healthy during pregnancy.

“It’s not about being perfect, it’s about being consistent and aware of different things that affect you.”

Episode Highlights:

  • [2:12] Reintroduce foods you’re intolerant to by replacing them with high-quality ones to reduce inflammation.  
  • [8:05] How your body improves after making lifestyle changes which makes it easier for it to handle inflammation reintroduction.
  • [11:18] The importance of continuing your health journey into your pregnancy to support the health of your baby.
  • [12:58] Learning to be selfish in your habits and choices for the health of your baby and yourself.

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Anything written or said about health and diet are my opinions, that I have formed over the years, through trial and error, study, reading, listening and observing. What worked for me may not work for you. I am not a doctor, nutritionist or dietician and all medical advice should be gotten from a qualified professional. Product recommendations are based on what I used during my infertility journey or wish I had.

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