It’s not just a healthy diet that can affect a woman’s chances of getting pregnant—certain foods can actually help boost fertility. Now, the nation’s #1 fertility magazine offers a full course of recipes specifically designed to help you get pregnant. With surprisingly healthy ingredients like avocado, filet mignon, even dark chocolate, adding calcium, folate, and antioxidants to your diet has never been tastier! Brimming with expert advice and tips, this is the unparalleled resource for any woman preparing to start a family.
Every resource that I have come across from the editors of Conceive Magazine has been an amazing thing to add into my life. I first discovered Conceive Magazine a couple years ago when we had been unsuccessfully going about two years without any luck conceiving. It was then as I started in on the Fertility Journal: A Day-to-Day Guide to Getting Pregnant and Fertility Facts whether it was the help of these aids, God’s timing or all of the above we conceived our AppleBlossom. Now as she is turning 19 months old we have been wanting to really try again and for a few months without success. Enter the brand new Cooking to Conceive and sure enough, she’ll have a sibling come August. We could not be more excited!
Everything I have found from Conceive Magazine and their partnership with Chronicle Books has provided me with a unique set of resources and friends that understand the wave of feelings and emotions. One of the things about trying to conceive unsuccessfully is that often even if you’re busy you feel like time is dragging by. What could be a better way to pass the time then to cook some of these delicious and nurturing recipes? I’m delighted to have this in my cookbook stash and really would recommend it for even those just looking for something healthy yet tasty and simple. I’m delighted and highly recommend it.
*Thanks to Chronicle Books for providing a copy for review.*
About the Authors:
Kim Hahn is the founder and CEO of Conceive, a fertility and adoption magazine based in Orlando, Florida.
Dr. Susan Treiser is co-founder and co-director of IVF (In Vitro Fertilization) New Jersey. She was recently named a “Top Doctor” by New York Magazine.
Susan Bourgoin specializes in food photography.