Reproductive and sexual problems can be reversed with nutrition.
Symptom Quiz & Video
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Female Reproductive Health, Libido and Sexual Energy
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Diet is Critical
A well balanced diet is crucial for the health of your reproductive system.
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Which of These 11 Reproductive / Sexual Health Warning Symptoms Do You Actually Have?
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In particular, your diet is not supplying the full range of nutrients necessary to support the biological functions of the sex glands and leave enough energy left over for sex.
Female system - side view
Additional Recommendations for Female Reproductive Health
- Relaxation techniques are effective in balancing hormones, such as:
- regular massage therapy
- Try to exercise in the early morning. This is the best time for boosting your circulation and metabolism, improving your glandular health and promoting regular deep sleep
- Early morning sunlight is also very beneficial.
- Even your liver depends on a steady supply of oxygen to function well.
- A daily walk is ideal.
- Sluggish thyroid and/or adrenal glands are often a factor in women's health problems. See our other recommendations on these.
- Also, see the PMS and menopause recommendations for more information that may be useful to you.
Also, begin to correct any other nutritional deficiencies.
Improving Sexual and Reproductive Health
A nutritional supplement program, the correct diet and stress reduction can help reverse and solve many problems of the sexual/reproductive system.
Female Reproductive system - front view
Nutrition and Sexual Health
Problems of the reproductive organs, both male and female, often are rooted in nutritional deficiencies.
If your sexual energy (libido) is low, there is good reason to believe that your body is sending you a message that your diet is generally insufficient.
for Female Reproductive Health
- Eat 5-6 servings (half cup each) of fresh vegetables daily, especially:
- Brussels sprouts
- winter squash
- leafy greens (steamed, raw, stir-fried and in soups, casseroles, pastas, etc.) such as:
- beet greens
- salad greens
- Eat as often as you can:
- brown rice
- whole grain:
- If you are also interested in weight control, note that these foods are, in a sense, fat-burning foods since they burn almost a quarter of their calories before storing them as fat, unlike fatty and sugary foods which burn only about 2% of their calories.
- Eat more foods containing the omega-3 fatty acids needed by the ovaries for hormone production such as:
- cold water fish
- flax seed
- flax oil
- Cut back on red meat and other animal protein.
- Get plenty of vegetable protein and B vitamins from food sources such as:
- soy foods
- whole grains
- brown rice
- wheat germ
- Soy foods are especially important as they also contain high levels of phytoestrogens which are natural hormone balancers
- Try a cup of miso broth (2 to 3 teaspoons of miso in a cup of hot water) as a before-bedtime drink
- add more tofu to your diet.
- Keep your overall fat intake low.
- In addition to the high levels of saturated fats, most commercially raised meat and poultry contains added hormones which contribute to glandular and hormonal imbalances.
- Also cut back on:
- Remember to drink at least six to eight glasses of water every day.