Dietary and Life Style Advice

Eat plenty of fruits and vegetables, preferably slightly cooked vegetables.

Try to have food that contains high protein, such as lean meat, organic or free range chicken, fish, eggs, beans, nuts and seeds.

Avoid junk food, excessive dairy products, freezing cold drinks and foods, and hot spicy foods.

Stop drinking alcohol and smoking.  For women, smoking drinking causes hormonal changes that can lead to menstrual irregularities and even anovulation, no ovulation during your cycle.  These changes can drastically decrease a woman’s chance of conceiving and thus affect fertility; for men, excessive alcohol intake and smoke can decrease their sperm count and even affect sperm quality.

Eliminate caffeine, sodas, sweeteners, and refined carbohydrates. Research suggests that high caffeine intake can affect both male and female fertility, impair your body’s absorption of iron and calcium. It has also been linked to an increased risk of miscarriage.

Eat small amount of red meats like beef, lamb etc. Do not eat any meat or animal products that have been treated with growth hormones.

Avoid excessive stress, worry and working long hours or anything that is
taxing to your immune system, make sure have sufficient sleep. Take regular breaks during the day, use relaxation techniques once a day (e.g. meditation or Tai chi etc).

If at all possible, avoid unnecessary medications or drugs, including
over-the-counter preparations. Always looking for natural remedies as
necessary.

Take regular and moderate exercise can improve blood circulation and boost up your energy level, relieve stress, anxiety and depression, balance your mental and physical health.