100 Foods to Feed Your Fertility

It's hard to believe I wrote 100 posts over on Fertile. Fit. Fabulous (my first blog). This was actually the 100th post I wrote over there to mark my move to Live Fertile.

I had so much fun writing about fertility, nutrition, wellness, and fitness. And all the randomness that flies into my head as I write about fertility, nutrition, wellness, and fitness. I faced some major fears, namely the fear of being judged. 

I put myself out there to talk about a subject I'm still learning about, a subject that is always evolving and expanding. Which for the girl who would sweat bullets in class even when she knew she knew the answer, is a really big deal. But when you are passionate about something, in my case helping others give birth to healthy babies and create full lives, you grow some courage. You just do it. You just get started. And I hope you do the same.

So as a farewell to Fertile Fit Fabulous, and a hello to Live Fertile, I would like to share 100 foods that are jam packed with goodness and nutrients to help us build a more healthy, happy, radiant, and fertile body, mind, and life.

  1. Almonds
  2. Amaranth
  3. Apples*
  4. Apricots
  5. Arugala
  6. Asparagus
  7. Bananas
  8. Barley
  9. Beets
  10. Bellpeppers*
  11. Black beans
  12. Blackberries
  13. Blueberries
  14. Broccoli
  15. Brown Rice
  16. Brussels Sprouts
  17. Bulgur
  18. Butternut Squash
  19. Cabbage
  20. Cantaloupe
  21. Cashews
  22. Carrots
  23. Cauliflower
  24. Cherries*
  25. Chicken*
  26. Chickpeas
  27. Chia seeds
  28. Collard Greens*
  29. Cranberries
  30. Dark Chocolate
  31. Dates
  32. Edamame*
  33. Eggs
  34. Eggplant
  35. Figs
  36. Flaxseeds
  37. Full Fat Dairy*
  38. Garlic
  39. Ginger
  40. Grapes*
  41. Green Beans
  42. Hemp Seeds
  43. Herbs
  44. Jicama
  45. Kidney Beans
  46. Kale*
  47. Kimchi
  48. Kiwis
  49. Kohlrabi
  50. Lemon
  51. Lentils
  52. Lime
  53. Lychee
  54. Millet
  55. Miso
  56. Mushrooms
  57. Mustard Greens
  58. Mussels
  59. Natto
  60. Nectarines*
  61. Oats
  62. Offal*
  63. Okra
  64. Onions
  65. Oranges
  66. Olives
  67. Olive Oil
  68. Peaches*
  69. Peanuts
  70. Pears
  71. Peas
  72. Pecans
  73. Pistachios
  74. Pineapples
  75. Plums
  76. Pomegranates
  77. Pumpkin
  78. Pumpkin Seeds
  79. Quinoa
  80. Raspberries
  81. Salmon*
  82. Sardines*
  83. Sauerkraut
  84. Seaweed
  85. Sesame Seeds
  86.  Shrimp*
  87. Spaghetti Squash
  88. Spices
  89. Spinach*
  90. Strawberries*
  91. Sweet Potato
  92. Tangerines
  93. Teff
  94. Tomatoes*
  95. Turkey*
  96. Watermelon
  97. Walnuts
  98. White beans
  99. Wild Rice
  100. Zucchini

*when possible, choose the organic, wild caught, and/or pasture raised versions of these items.