your ovaries and your fat cells regulate estrogen which affects ovulation if you’re too thin, you may not be producing enough estrogen , and if you are overweight or obese you may producing too much .
- Switch protein sources: Replace some of the (animal protein) like chicken ,beef or pork with vegetable protein sources such as cooked dried beans and nuts.
- high fat dairy: try replacing one low-fat dairy serving per day with one high-fat serving, such as a glass of whole milk.
- consume vitamins:Women in the study who regularly took iron supplements and multivitamins containing folic acid had less ovulation-related infertility.
- Unhealthy food intake—whether too much or too little—has been recognized as a contributing factor to infertility for many years.
- Too little or too much weight can make your reproductive cycle irregular. That causes you to ovulate only now and then, or not at all.