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Healthy Diet

Easier said than done of course, but having a healthier diet and lifestyle is really important if you want to increase your chances of getting pregnant fast.

Regular exercise and a balanced diet will help to keep your body on top form, and it needs to be at its best if you're going to get pregnant quickly. But what is a good fertility boosting diet exactly?

You need to make sure you are eating fresh fruit and vegetables from lots of different colour groups - that's an easy way to make sure you're getting the key vitamins and minerals into your diet.

So that means stocking up on blueberries, raspberries, red peppers, tomatoes and leafy greens like curly kale.

Other foods which are supposed to be good for improving your chances of conception are zinc rich foods - like oysters (extravagant, maybe, but it's for a good cause!)

Folic acid is a pregnancy buzzword, but it's also important for women who are trying to conceive. Foods rich in folic acid are usually green - so try eating more broccoli and spinach.

Eating dairy, fruits, meat and protein in sensible quantities will also help you to improve your health and boost your chances of becoming a mummy.

Try to include two or three portions of dairy into your diet every day, but make sure you balance this out with plenty of fruit, vegetables and lean meats or fish. The idea is to get the benefits from all the different food groups!

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