Ivfworld Stone Age diet for making babies
There are so many different types of food available to us these days, but the big question is were our bodies made to digest everything that enters our mouth in the modern world no matter what order you put them in? Your body has sensitivities and it makes sense to treat it with the greatest of respect so it can operate at full potential. That is what the Ivfworld Stone Age diet is designed to do - give your body what it needs and wants in order to improve the chances of conceiving and to make you feel healthier and more alive.
Here is a typical day in the Ivfworld healthy eating plan that provides lots of essential vitamins and minerals that are often lacking in a person’s diet. The idea is a total detox which may make you feel so energetic that it naturally becomes part of your lifestyle. Okay, I admit that I drink the odd glass of wine with a meal sometimes but this is fine because I have cut it down to a bare minimum, in other words a big treat. So when I do have a glass of wine, I appreciate every mouthful. It is also important not to become too obsessive, as stress can have an impact on fertility.
I eat five times a day – three main meals and two healthy snacks – and you know what you can actually lose a few pounds in weight by eating regularly, because your body doesn’t go into starvation mode. It is best to eat organic food, which contains fewer harmful pesticides that can interfere with hormones, whenever you can:
Eat rolled oats (soaked if possible) with fruit
(particularly blueberries, raspberries, blackberries)
plus sunflower seeds and pumpkin seeds.
Mid Morning: Snack of 2 or 3 brazil nuts, 5 or 6 almonds
and a piece of fruit or an oatcake.
Lunch: Eat a salad, particularly bean/lentil salads with
organic salmon or trout.
I eat fish about twice a week, because of the nutrients it contains, and I think organic salmon is very tasty. I sometimes buy ‘wild salmon’ which is delicious. It is not organic but is from the deep blue sea rather than a fish farm. There are also a number of companies that deliver organic food to your door and have a wide selection of everything from fruit and vegetables, to meat, fish and products that are said to be fairly free of harmful substances.
Mid Afternoon: Snack similar to midmorning. Sesame
seed rice crackers or Brazil nuts/almonds with a piece
of fruit or an oatcake/s.
Dinner: Eat a large amount of vegetables/salad with a
small amount of protein and very little carbohydrates
(potatoes, pasta). In other words, I tend to either eat protein
or carbohydrates at a meal without mixing them as this is
kinder on your digestion system. I won’t go into the dynamics
here, only say that the digestion system breaks down protein and
carbohydrates in different ways, but when one eats both together
the stomach is far less efficient.
· Think about eating different coloured foods
· Okay to eat a little dark organic chocolate which is 80% cocoa,
such as Green & Black’s
· Drink one and a half to two litres of water a day, bottled or filtered.
· Cut down or, even better, cut out coffee and tea with caffeine in it.
· Cut down or, even better, cut out alcohol.
· Don’t be obsessive, as this can cause more tension than it’s worth.
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