If you are a young couple who are trying to get pregnant, are advised to pay more attention to nutrition and food intake. With nutrient intake and good nutrition, fertility will increase. Opportunity to gain even greater pregnancy.
One of the recommendations to be considered in improving fertility, especially in women, is to eat an avocado. Research has shown that the consumption of salad with avocado and olive oil mixture can help women obtain offspring. This applies especially to those who were undergoing IVF or in-vitro fertilization (IVF).
Researchers argue, monounsaturated fats found in olive oil, sunflower oil, nuts, and seeds better than other types of fat for expectant mothers. Those who get the intake of unsaturated fats have the highest chance of pregnancy is 3.4 times higher after IVF than those who consumed the lowest amounts.
In contrast, in women who consume too much saturated fat, commonly found in butter and red meat, egg production, so they tend to be less influenced IVF success.
The scientists believe that monounsaturated fats, which are well known both to the heart, can increase fertility by decreasing inflammation in the body. The results of this research will be presented at the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology in Istanbul.
"The best foods to eat is avocado, which is high in monounsaturated fat and olive oil," said Professor Jorge Chavarro, the leader of this research.
"This is the first time to our knowledge that fatty foods associated with treatment outcome in IVF," he said.
Prof Chavarro studied 147 women undergoing IVF at Massachusetts General Hospital Fertility Center. In his study, he found a link between the high content of monounsaturated fat and live birth rate. High intake of monounsaturated fats associated with a higher chance of pregnancy 3.4 times more than those who have had little monounsaturated fat intake.
"Different types of fats are known to have different effects on biological processes that can affect reproductive outcomes, such as the degree of inflammation or insulin sensitivity," says Chavarro, who adds that the fish remains the best source of omega 3 fatty acids, although in this study did not set out its contribution.
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