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Diet Changes Helping More Couples Conceive
One in six couples has a hard time getting pregnant, some with no real explanation as to why. Now some are looking at their diet, because doctors say what you eat can affect your chances of having a baby. Dr. William Schoolcraft, the director of the Colorado Center for Reproductive Medicine, says diet can affect fertility in both good and bad ways. He says first make sure you avoid smoking, alcohol and caffeine, and stay away from saturated fats. He says do not go on a high protein-low carb diet if you’re trying to get pregnant.