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FlaxSeeds for Fertility

By Merab Inyika August 01, 2020


Infertility is the inability to get pregnant despite making frequent attempts for an extended period of time. It may result from an issue with either partner or a combination of factors that may prevent pregnancy. Flax seeds are rich in nutrients and fiber and have been shown to help improve fertility. They are parked with high levels of alpha-linolenic acid and beneficial proteins. Flax seeds have such a significant effect on hormones that menopausal women have been able to find great relief by using it as a supplement.

Taking flax seeds provides the body with extra healthy fats which help to improve fertility since hormones are fat-based. Omega-3 fatty acids are essential fatty acids that are necessary for the production of quality eggs. The higher the egg quality, the higher the chances that the egg will be fertilized and formed fully. These fatty acids are also anti-inflammatory in nature. Pregnant women and women trying to conceive require more nutrients in their diet. Flax seeds are nutrient-rich and are a great choice for a nutrient supplement. 

The benefits of flax seeds also apply to men as well. The fats in flax seeds enhance circulation and flow of blood that can prevent any issue or signs of erectile dysfunction. The anti-inflammatory property of flax seeds helps in increasing sperm count by boosting the production of sperms. Taking flax seeds can provide the body with healthier sperm thus increasing the chances of successful fertilization.

Taking flaxseed has also been shown to increase libido. This is beneficial for anyone, not just those who desire to conceive but who also want to improve the overall health and wellness of their body. The fatty acids in flax seeds are a healthy part of a balanced diet and are very important for conception.

The omega-3 fatty acids in flax seeds are important for maintaining the health of both the baby and mother. Studies have shown that supplementing with flax seeds during pregnancy can lead to the development of stronger organs and immune system. It also leads to the development of higher cognitive ability in babies. Omega-3 fatty acids have also been shown to reduce the risk of miscarriages and other pregnancy complications.

Supplementing with flax seeds promotes the health of the gastrointestinal system. They have soluble fiber which helps with digestion as well as ensuring regular bowel movement. This prevents reabsorption of hormones back into the bloodstream thus preventing hormonal imbalance. The omega-3 fatty acids in flax seeds are also beneficial in reducing inflammation and protecting the lining of the gastrointestinal tract.

Studies have shown that consumption of flax seeds may regularize ovulation. Subjects who took flax seeds regularly were found to ovulate every menstrual cycle. It also reduces menstrual cramps as well as easing hot flashes.




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