What should I eat to get pregnant?

If you stick to a generally healthy diet, if you load up on the omega-3’s, the B’s and C’s, the K’s the D’s and all the other vitamin-based foods, you’re good to go, mama. Some extra calcium won’t make a difference in your odds of conceiving, but know that the best home to welcome an embryo is a healthy home. So if you’re consciously trying to conceive, start taking a prenatal vitamin or extra folic acid, cut down on processed foods and fish with high levels of mercury, and start limiting your caffeine and alcohol intake. It’s just a fraction of everything that’s to come. Plus, not getting enough nutrients, or if you’re severely underweight or overweight, can affect your menstrual cycles and ovulation. Practice healthy choices now, and once you’re pregnant.

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