On average Ovulation happens around day 14-15 of the menstrual cycle. This is the phase when a new egg begins the process of preparing its descent down the fallopian tubes to then enter the uterus in order to settle down with an upcoming sperm.During this phase, we are at our brightest, most energetic, and with lots of motivation to get things done. This article will give you insights into what to eat during the ovulation phase of your menstrual cycle

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Increase healthy fats, vitamin B6, folate & choline

With high oestrogen, you will want to eat foods that support your liver, as these offer health benefits that can protect against environmental toxins known to impact hormones. Anti-inflammatory foods such as whole foods, berries, dark chocolate, vegetables, fatty fish, garlic, and almonds are great options.

This is the part of your cycle when you are most fertile, so if you are looking to encourage a pregnancy during this time, there are a few things you can look to add to your diet that are thought to help with this such as leafy green veggies, peas, kidney beans, and a high-quality folate supplement.

Include these food items in your diet:

  • Mushrooms
  • Organic Salmon
  • Sardines
  • Organic Eggs
  • Organic Red Meat
  • Pumpkin
  • Sunflower and Sesame Seeds
  • Ginger
  • Seafood (Oysters)

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