Help implantation with Bromelain!
Updated: Apr 14, 2020
Bromelain can act as a blood thinner, it helps to facilitate blood flow to a woman’s uterus. This helps to reduce the chance for miscarriage and also helps to improve the chances of an egg being properly implanted.
When it comes to pregnancies, fertility is consistently among the hottest of topics up for discussion. The reproduction of human life is a pretty big deal, and naturally, there’s different research, recommendations, and protocols recommended by doctors around the world. Looking specifically at the inception of the pregnancy, the fertilization of the egg, there are hundreds of different methods and means to help facilitate the implantation process of a fertilized egg, some natural and others artificial. While many of these methods have shown positive results, it all really comes down to personal preference.
“for those looking for a subtler and simpler way to help push their body in the right direction in terms of fertility and pregnancy, our advice to you is to eat more pineapple! .”
However, for those looking for a subtler and simpler way to help push their body in the right direction in terms of fertility and pregnancy, our advice to you is to eat more pineapple!
Yes, we really just said that. Why pineapple? Well first, we’re going to look at what Bromelain means.
What Is Bromelain?
Bromelain is an enzyme found in the core of a pineapple that has some serious health benefits. When ingested in appropriate amounts, Bromelain can act as a pain reliever, a blood thinner and anti-coagulant, and an anti-inflammatory agent. Essentially, Bromelain is an all-natural version of aspirin. Aside from health benefits, this miracle enzyme can help with fertility.
How Does Bromelain Help With Fertility?
Because Bromelain can act as a blood thinner, it helps to facilitate blood flow to a woman’s uterus. This helps to reduce the chance for miscarriage and also helps to improve the chances of an egg being properly implanted. In addition, Bromelain can also be an effective treatment for women who find it difficult to conceive due to chronic inflammation. Bromelain’s anti-inflammatory qualities work to ensure the body is well prepared to conceive, all through a totally natural process.
How Much Pineapple Should I Be Eating?
The best and simplest way to approach this method is to carefully avoid consuming pineapples for at least several weeks before ovulation. This will help to prevent absorbing too much of the pineapple’s acidity, which can then backfire and make it more difficult to conceive. Wait to eat your pineapples until you have confirmed ovulation. We recommend following these comprehensive steps to achieve the best results:
1. Purchase a ripe pineapple. Organic is always best.
2. Use a knife to remove the pineapples exterior.
3. Cut through the middle of the pineapple, from top to bottom, leaving halves to work with.
4. From each half, slice six to eight equally sized wedges.
5. After confirmed ovulation (or an embryo transfer, in the case of In-Vitro Fertilization), begin consuming one to two slices of pineapple each day.
Be sure to include some of the core of the pineapple in your slices because that is where you can find most of the Bromelain! It is also important to remember that because Bromelain acts as a blood thinner, it would be best to avoid aspirin while practicing this method.