5 Steps to Support Egg Health Naturally

5 Steps to Support Egg Health Naturally

5 Steps to Support Egg Health Naturally

By Bryan Wright 20 Comments October 12, 2019


– Is egg health a concern of yours and you’re
wondering if there’s anything you can do? And if so, what can you do? That’s what we’re gonna cover in today’s video. If you guys like natural fertility tips and
this type of educational videos, make sure to subscribe and hit the notification button
below and you’ll be notified every time we upload a new video. So if you’re someone who wants to know how
they can help to support their egg health and improve it, you’re watching the right
video. My name’s Hethir Rodriguez and my team and
I for the past 12 years have helped couples who are trying to conceive use natural therapies,
and egg health happens to be a category that we have seen miraculous results in. So go ahead and stay tuned. I’m gonna be covering the five top areas to
focus on when you are trying to improve your egg health. Okay, so before we jump into the five top
things that you can do, we need to kind of step back and understand, can you have an
impact on the health of your eggs? And the answer is you may be. I would love to say, for sure, yes, but for
a lot of people, we have actually seen differences after they followed these different protocols. So here’s how it works. You have a storage of eggs that you are born
with and there is a period of time when that egg, a bunch of eggs, are actually taken and
prepared for ovulation. They’re matured, they’re put through the whole
process, and then one ends up being chosen that’s matured to ovulate. So, during that window of time, it’s a 90-day
period of time, when that egg and future egg and follicle is actually exposed to your body
and the different things that you’re exposing it to between lifestyle, nutrients in your
blood and so on, and we’ll cover those things. So there’s a 90-day cycle of the egg and that
is when it’s impacted by positive choices and negative choices. So, what you’re doing today, the choices you’re
making this week are impacting the egg that you’re gonna ovulate three months from now. This is also the same for sperm health. So, anything that I’m talking about today,
you could just change the word egg health to sperm health and it’s going to apply to
men as well. So, there you go. During that period of time, you can have that
impact. Something to also think about though is that
when you’re trying to conceive, you might be trying for a couple of months. That’s normal. So, you can’t just do something for one month
and then count 60, 90 days from then and expect that egg to be great but then not care about
the eggs in cycles after that. So, this is something that’s going to be lifestyle
changes, something you have to be consistent with in order for it to work. All right, so let’s go ahead and get started. So the first important step is to make sure
that you have healthy circulation and blood flow to reproductive system. This has been shown to make a big difference
in the maturation, the health of the egg, as well as implantation and health of the
embryo going forward. So, some ways that you can increase the circulation
to your reproductive system is going to be through exercise, choosing something that
you enjoy, such as yoga, running, walking, using a rebounder trampoline, swimming, whatever
it is, dancing, whatever it is, doing something on a daily basis to help to increase your
circulation, this will make a big difference. The second is to use something such as self-fertility
massage. Self-fertility massage is a technique that
I developed over 12 years ago that thousands of women have used that is an external therapy
you do for yourself that will help to increase circulation to the reproductive system as
you’re actually massaging and working yourself. There’s two other things that you can look
into. The first is gonna be beets. Beets actually contain nitrate and nitrate
turns into nitric oxide within the body, which helps to increase circulation. This has been a big thing that’s happening
within the workout world and for athletes, where they’re consuming beet juice powder,
they’re juicing beets, they’re eating beets. You can just drink some beet juice on a daily
basis with some other vegetables, which is something we recommend in the natural fertility
diet anyways, and this can help to increase circulation to your reproductive system. Another thing is the supplement called L-Arginine. This has been shown to increase circulation
as well because it creates nitric oxide within the body. And make sure you’re drinking plenty of water
because that’s gonna help your blood to stay to flow nicely and to stay well hydrated,
and water is just very, very important for that. So, that’s the first tip is to make sure you
have healthy circulation and that you are increasing the oxygen in your blood from exercise
and having healthy blood flow. Something to keep in mind is, step two, you
wanna make sure that you have a healthy hormonal system. And there’s a couple different ways to do
this. If you’re experiencing a specific fertility
issue, then there’s gonna be a protocol of lifestyle changes, herbs, and supplements
that you can use for that specific fertility issue. But to generally support the hormonal system,
there’s a couple things you can do. This is gonna be helpful for egg health because
you want to make sure that your monthly cycle is working properly. You wanna make sure that the hormones are
being released at the right time to help with the follicles to mature and helping to stimulate
ovulation, and then helping the egg to move down the fallopian tube and help them with
implantation. There’s so many things that happen in your
monthly hormonal cycle that it’s good to be doing something to help and support that cycle
on a monthly basis. So there’s a couple of things to keep in mind
for general hormonal health. The first is to cleanse. Fertility cleansing, at least twice a year
is what we recommend, and this generally just helps the overall reproductive system. Our fertility clients focuses on liver health. The liver is one of the main organs of detoxification
within the body, especially as it pertains to hormones, and the cleanse also focuses
on urinary health, increasing the circulation to the reproductive system, as well as helping
to cleanse the uterus. So, fertility cleansing is one great thing
to do to help to support hormonal balance. The other is to eat healthy fertility diet
that’s very nutrient-dense. I have a video on both of these topics if
you wanna learn more in depth. You can see the video on the natural fertility
diet below. You’ll see a pop-up here. I’ll also put a video up about fertility cleansing
and make sure that it’s down in the description. The third is finding herbs for support. I love herbs for fertility. There’s so many things that they do. A general herb that is very useful for overall
fertility happens to be maca. It’s a general superfood. It doesn’t contain any hormones. But if you do have specific fertility issues
going on, reach out to us. There are herbs that are specific for various
fertility issues and we can send you some articles and some research on those various
topics. And then the rest, the next tip is to reduce
your exposure to xenohormones. This is another way to support hormonal health. So, a lot of the hormonal issues that we’re
experiencing today, you probably notice a lot of people are experiencing them through
either because of menopause, PMS, acne, PCOS, so many different things, one of the main
reasons is we are being exposed to compounds that actually mimic hormones. So, we’re being exposed to xenohormones. This is through our food chain, through the
body care products that we’re using, our environment, plastics and so on. So, learning how to reduce your exposure to
these compounds is gonna make a big difference. A couple ways of doing that is making sure
to eat organic, reducing your use of plastic, using fertility-friendly body care that doesn’t
have a lot of these compounds that also mimic hormones. I’m gonna do another video on the eight things
to avoid for egg health, so I go into more detail of what those things are specifically
in that video, so make sure to watch that. So, reducing your exposure and eating organic
is actually one of the best things you can do for that. Learn about The Dirty Dozen, make choices
on what’s most important. I know for some people it can be very expensive
to buy organic, so just really learn what’s important to purchase organic, especially
the meats and the cheese and the dairy because that’s gonna be more compounded in glyphosates
and different compounds, but I go more into that in another video. Okay, so our third step to take is to make
sure that your nutritional intake is rich, that you’re eating a healthy fertility diet
that is low in processed food and high in whole foods. There’s a couple reasons that this affects
egg health, specifically. The first is gonna be that that diet is very
high in antioxidants. Antioxidants are gonna help to protect your
eggs, the ovum cells, from being damaged from free radicals. Free radicals can actually damage the cells
and they can also affect the DNA strands, so we want to keep that intact, and this is
in both men and women. So, having a diet high in antioxidants. The way to know if you’re getting high antioxidants
is you wanna make sure you’re eating a lot of different colors. The next is to eat a diet that’s rich in anti-inflammatory
foods. Again, most whole foods are anti-inflammatory. Healthy fats, healthy fiber, all of these
things are found in the fertility diet. A diet that’s rich in minerals and vitamins,
this is going to help to protect, to cleanse, for cell renewal, all of these different things. These are gonna be important for egg health
in general. And then fiber, fiber is one of the main ways
that your body helps with hormonal regulation and getting rid of excess hormones from the
body, so eating a diet healthy in fiber is gonna be great for not only digestion and
absorbing nutrients, but getting rid of those excess hormones. And then last is the, fertility diet is a
diet that is high in healthy fats. These actually are needed for producing hormones
but also for protecting cell integrity in cell health. So, some top foods for egg health. All whole foods are gonna be great but these
are some that are very specific. Royal Jelly, maca, FertiliGreens, which is
a concentrated greens powder, broccoli, any type of berry, dark leafy vegetables, halibut,
salmon, pumpkin seeds, sesame seeds, tumeric, and ginger. Of course you need to eat other foods besides
that, so eating a whole natural fertility diet, which I will link below details on what
that is and how to get started with that. These are some foods that are very specific
for egg health. Now, I’m gonna briefly cover some lifestyle
and dietary habits that can negatively damage egg health. Again, I’m doing a whole video on this, so
make sure to watch out for that one. But cigarettes, caffeine, alcohol, sugar,
non-organic meats and dairy, soda, low-fat diet, processed foods, trans fats, and GMO
foods, those all have a negative impact directly on egg health. So the egg that is now preparing for ovulation
90 days from now is being impacted by these, being exposed to these elements currently. Okay, step number four is using supplementation. Supplements are absolutely amazing. You’re able to get compounds in concentrated
amounts so you can get any therapeutic effect from them. It’s amazing the access we have to herbs and
supplements and the effects they can have on our body, absolutely amazing, so use this
to your advantage. There’s a couple supplements to consider and
learn more about. Everyone who’s trying to conceive should be
on a multivitamin. There’s gonna be folate or folic acid in them. There’s gonna be iron, vitamin C, all these
things that are important for ovulation and for general health. The next is an antioxidant. Eating a diet rich in antioxidants is very
important but you wanna get as many antioxidants as possible. So, supplementing with an antioxidant blend
that is specific for fertility is going to be really good. There’s tons of different antioxidants out
there and they each actually do a different thing. Vitamin C is different from Pycnogenol and
what it does in the body. So, finding a antioxidant that is blend that
is specific for fertility, I happen to sell one, is going to be very beneficial. Science has shown that antioxidants help to
increase egg health, so this is something that’s very important. I will link to a video that goes into more
detail about antioxidants and fertility and how that works. The next is a supplement called Ubiquinol. This is actually a concentrated form of CoQ10. CoQ10 has become very popular and Ubiquinol
is my preferred form of using it. So, our Ubiquinol is easier to digest. It’s also more absorbable. So, what happens? There’s been two studies on Ubiquinol that
I’m gonna read here. It’s part of what’s in the cell that increases
cell’s energies, the energy center of a cell. So, as you get older, you have less CoQ10. So if you’re running low on CoQ10, your cells
aren’t gonna be functioning as quickly, turning over, cleansing, all these things that they
have to do as well as they used to when you were younger. So, supplementing with Ubiquinol has shown
to do many things. So the first study, after 15 weeks of supplementing
with Ubiquinol, this is a rat study, there was an increase in both cell energy, egg health,
egg quality, fertility, and fertilization in the rats that were used in the study. That was only after 15 weeks. The second study was they used 600 milligrams
daily for this, okay? So, that’s very high amounts, mind you. 600 milligrams daily were used by older women
undergoing medical fertility treatments. There was a improvement in egg quality and
fertilization noted in that study. So, this is something that we’ve noticed that
many clinics are actually sending their clients to our website to purchase this supplement
and to use it in preparation for their IVF. So, this also has similar results for increasing
sperm motility as well. We have more information on that at the website
if you wanna learn more about that. So the next supplement is L-Arginine. I spoke a little bit about this a minute ago. It’s a supplement that helps to increase circulation
to reproductive system. This has been shown to increase egg health
as well. Maca is another great supplement to learn
more about. I can link a video down below. You can click on it here. But maca is a great overall endocrine system
and hormonal support. It’s just a wonderful tonic food, as is Royal
Jelly. I love using Royal Jelly for egg health. It’s very nutrient-dense. It’s a compound that is fed to a working bee
baby that is then turned into a queen because it has fed this food called Royal Jelly, which
is a very nutrient-dense food that you can add to honey and take it by the spoonful,
put in your smoothies, and so on. And then the last is a nutritional green superfood,
such as FertiliGreens. This helps to make sure you’re getting a lot
of green vegetables into your diet. Those are some of the supplements that can
help to increase your activity of antioxidants, of nutrients, of minerals, all of these different
things, of fiber, on top of a healthy fertility diet. All right, so we’re on to the last step. The last step is to manage your stress. We’re not gonna eliminate stress. That’s not realistic. Reducing our exposure to stress, yes, let’s
get that on the list. But having some tools in our bag to manage
stress is gonna make a big difference. When you’re under stress, your prolactin levels
and your cortisol levels increase and that can cause hormonal issues. That can cause a lot of different issues with
your monthly cycle, ovulation specifically, and the length of day of your cycle, all these
different things, all these different parts of your cycle can be impacted by stress. So there’s two different tools I want you
to figure out for yourself. The first is something you’re doing on a daily
basis to de-stress, not because something stressful happened but something that is self-care-like. For instance, going for a walk, taking a bath,
a cup of tea, listening to some music that really makes you happy, spending time in nature,
that would be something you’re doing on a daily basis to help manage stress and to de-stress. The other thing is to have some type of tool
in your bag for when stress is happening. So if you’re having a stressful interaction
at work, if there is something that’s happening that just hits you and you’re, like, “Oh my
gosh, this is really hard to handle,” having a tool, such as meditation, prayer, EFT, whatever
it is, essential oils, whatever it’s gonna be, so you have a tool on hand to help to
manage the stress in the moment. This is something you actually can get really
good at and that you can help, you’re never gonna avoid stress, you’re not gonna block
stress out of your whole life, but how you react to it actually can change over time
through practice in using these tools. All right, so supporting egg health is absolutely
important for pretty much any woman who is trying to conceive, but especially women who
are, as we get older, or who have been having fertility issues or want to just have and
prepare for the best pregnancy possible. So, I’m gonna go ahead and go over a summary
of what the steps are, but there’s two things I want you to remember. The first is that it is a 90-day cycle, so
these are things that you’re gonna need to do consistently. And then the second is that, if you want,
I have a whole guide that has all these notes, that has links to articles with studies on
everything that I mentioned so you can read in depth each step. Go ahead and go to the link below or go to
EggHealthTips.com and you can download this guide that’s gonna cover everything that we
went over in the video today. So you can print that out, you can use it. And it includes a 90-day program that is specific
to what you need to do, diet-wise, herb-wise, supplement-wise, and natural-therapies-wise,
okay? So here’s a quick recap. The first is to increase circulation to the
reproductive system, using something such as massage, exercise, water, et cetera. Encouraging and being aware of hormonal balance
and hormonal health. Eating a nutrient-rich diet and using supplements
to help to support that, such as antioxidants, multivitamins, Ubiquinol, L-Arginine, fertility
superfoods. And try and create some type of stress support
system for yourself for acute stress, as well as stress just from de-stressing from the
whole day for the long-term. So, I would love to know which tip you found
most helpful and are going to implement first, which one is gonna get you to jump right in,
please put that in the comments below. Also, if you have any questions about this
video, we are so passionate about helping you with your fertility. We’ve been doing this for 12 years. My team and I, this is our mission, and my
team is absolutely amazing. So, a lot of you have worked with them and
have been hearing from them going back and forth with questions. So, put that in the comments below. And again, if you want my complete guide to
egg health and you wanna download that, click on the link down there and you can get that. But I hope you found this really helpful. It is really, really important and we have
seen such great results with it. We’ve seen people who have gone through IVF,
two, three failed IVFs, started this program, maybe added some other things to customize
their program, and they ended up having an incredible retrieval, incredible fertilization
rate, and so on. So, I hope you found this helpful and I will
talk with you in the next video.

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Natural Fertility Info

I would love to know which tip you found most helpful and which ones you are going to implement right away. Please share your comments below…

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Kimberly Hawthorne

I have shared with others since teh birth of my now 2 yr old this month and 2 friends have gotten pregnancy results! Thank you 🙂

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siti1766

I have fibroid uterus. Can I take maca? Thank you.

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Riiffat Perveen

thanku so much dear mujy bht weight tha is video ka

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Jacey Mae

Thank you for sharing your wisdom.
I'm 35 and just got diagnosed with Premature ovarian failure. 😥😥😥😥I know on your website it says there is no cure. Do you think that by supporting my body with herbs it can help?
I am taking royal jelly and Ubiquinol already. I want to start taking l- argenine.

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tasneem hakimjewala

Hi.. V.informative video…thank you so much… Can white sesame seeds and pumpkin seeds be consumed if having menorrhagia due to hormonal imbalance.

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mune0 ariel

👋🏽Is glutathion good as antioxydant when trying to get prg?

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Kieva Ledet

Thank you for this video been trying for 3 years now

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geni ify

Thank you so much,but do i continue with this therapies if i happen to concieve during this process

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gmagam

How do you determine if your egg health is appropriate? I've had ultrasounds and I know I ovulate the egg does grow to the normal size and gets released every month regular cycles, but we haven't been able to conceive fo 4 yrs. Is there anyway to determine if you our eggs are healthy?

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Ray S

I had miscarriage recently due to subchorionic haemorrhage,iam 34 yrs old how to prevent this for nxt time and what diet should be taken for healthy uterus

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Brittney Ward

I have endometriosis and PCOS.. i have been doing the natural fertility cleanse with the herbs that you recommend on your website.. is it normal to have a little light bleeding no cramping along with that?

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Katerina Nicolaou

Thank you for this Information, how many Mg of ubiquinol should I be taking? Currently I’m taking just 100mg, should I be taking more ? I also have MTHFR Gene , which multi vitamin do you recommend I take ? I’m taking 5MTHF methylfolate also ( 1mg ) thank you ☺️

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dumbo interneto

Any advise for people who get sick/nauseous from multivitamins? With a good diet can this be skipped?

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La Teish

This question maybe off topic… Is it OK to take thyroid boosting vitamins while taking agnus castus? (eg. Iron, iodine, folic acid, etc.) I find my tongue feeling weird when I take all together.

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cierra2020

What about DHEA for egg health.

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yirgu akberet

I’m 38 I got 3 IUI failed my half has less count now we plan to go next step am waiting list to do ivf and am taking folic acid, coQ10, salmon oil omga 3 , maca root , prenatal and vitamin D could you advise me what I will add 🤞🤞

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Roseanna Anderson

Thank you for this information. What are your thoughts of intermittent fasting?

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Aanie Tariq

I love you sooooo much….u hav such a great knowledge. ❤❤❤blesss you

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Ashely Lope

So much great information! I’ve been trying to get pregnant for 3 years I recently started a diet where I’m only eating fruits veggies and my protein such as chicken etc, I take vitamin d calcium vitamin c and prenatal and I drink green tea with maca root tea every morning with no sugar, I also cut out dairy. Should I add anything else to the list I’m hoping this is it.

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