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Here are just a few of my favourite fertility-friendly recipes.
Maple Walnut Granola
Granola is such a great breakfast because it’s quick and convenient while also providing so much more nutrition than boxed cereal. Even many store-bought granolas can taste overly sweet and be loaded with sugar and fillers. Luckily, making your own granola is super simple! This Maple Walnut Granola is full of goodies to nourish fertility and start your day off right. In fact, every ingredient features some kind of benefit to your health and fertility.
Get the recipe here.
Farro, Walnut, & Massaged Kale Salad
Spring is a time when our bodies are naturally trying cleanse and detoxify. We can support this process by eating foods that stimulate the liver to do its job effectively, such as kale, green onion, radish, and lemon, all featured in this hearty Spring salad.​
Get the recipe here.
Simple Baked Salmon Fillets
Wild salmon provides easily-absorbed omega-3 fatty acids in abundance and is one of the best sources of this important nutrient. 
Get the recipe here.
Cranberry-Cinnamon Seed Loaf
Loaded with fiber, protein, healthy fats, complex carbs, and a wide spectrum of vitamins and minerals, this is an ideal snack on the go for busy days when you need something filling but don’t have time to slow down.
Get the recipe here.
Homemade Chocolate Truffles
Spiced Cacao Truffles
These rich chocolate truffles are free of dairy, gluten, and refined sugar and packed with antioxidants, healthy fats and whole-food goodness. Guilt-free dessert pleasure for any occasion!
Get the recipe here.
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