Those who drank the smoothie containing vitamins C and D, omega 3 and folic acid had a five per cent higher conception rate. They boost sperm and womb quality, allowing an extra woman in 23 to conceive
Regular consumption of fruit smoothies fortified with vitamin D and omega-3 fatty acids may boost a woman’s likelihood of getting pregnant, a new study revealed. According to study, the drink contains the same omega-3 content as a portion of salmon and a single supplement dose of vitamin D.
The boost it gives sperm and womb quality helps the equivalent of an extra woman in every 23 becoming pregnant through IVF. Researchers say the drink, which contains the same omega 3 as a portion of salmon and a single supplement dose of vitamin D, will also work for couples trying naturally for a child. Although the smoothie is made specially by scientists, men and women could get the same effect by eating salmon and a multivitamin.