Shopping for Your Hormone and Reproductive Health

You’ve probably heard the adage “you are what you eat”. It’s thought that variations of this phrase have been around since the 1800’s in both French and German, and that made its way to the English language in the early 1900’s. It just goes to show that humans have long recognized the correlation between the foods that we eat and how we feel. Modern science and research can now provide further insights into this axiom, and there is no shortage of information on how certain foods will affect your bodily functions. While we believe incorporating a multi-vitamin in our diets goes hand in hand with good health, we also think it is important to provide for our bodies with the foods that we choose to eat. Consuming a well-balanced diet can be a fantastic tool to use in addressing health concerns that you may have. In our last journal post, Hormone Health, we listed some vitamins and nutrients that health experts recognize to be important for balancing hormones. These are:

  • Magnesium
  • B complex vitamins
  • Omega 3 fatty acids
  • Vitamins D, K, and C
  • Selenium
  • Calcium

We’ve compiled a list of some common foods that provide these vitamins, fatty acids, and minerals:

Magnesium: dark leafy greens, blueberries, seeds like chia and flax, legumes like black beans and lentils, avocados, and our personal favorite- dark chocolate

B complex Vitamins: meats like beef, chicken, and turkey, salmon and other seafood like oysters and mussels, dairy products such as milk and yogurt, sunflower seeds

Omega 3 fatty acids: fish with a high fat content like anchovies, sardines, and mackerel, walnuts, hemp seeds, egg yolk

Vitamin D: egg yolks, fatty fish, and enriched cereals

Vitamin K: kale, spinach, collard greens, Brussel sprouts, broccoli, asparagus

Vitamin C: turmeric, citrus fruits, strawberries, organ meat, tomato

Selenium: Red meat, seafood, Brazil nuts, eggs

Calcium: Greek Yogurt, cheese

Dietary restrictions, time, and personal preferences can sometimes make it difficult to ensure your diet is providing all of the nutrients you need, but Promise is always here to support you. Extensive research goes into each of our vitamins and products to ensure we are providing you with bio-available nutrients and superior ingredients. Whether you are looking to balance your hormones, alleviate symptoms from health issues, or prepare your body for pregnancy, our fertility support products are with you every step of the way.


North Valley Women’s Care. “Four Essential Vitamins for Hormonal Imbalance.” North Valley Women’s Care, Accessed 15 December 2022.

OB/GYN Associates. “Five Essential Vitamins and Supplements to Balance Hormones.” OB/GYN Associates of Alabama, Accessed 17 December 2022.

Smith, P.W. MD 2010, 2022, What You Must Know About Women’s Hormones, 2nd edition, Square One Publishers, Garden City Park.

The Idioms. Accessed 5 January 2023.









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