Study: Mediterranean diet may boost fertility treatments

03/22/2010 | Reuters

Researchers say women being treated for infertility may be more likely to find success if they follow a Mediterranean diet high in fish, vegetables and vegetable oils. A study of 161 couples undergoing fertility treatments found that women who most closely followed the diet were 40% more likely to get pregnant compared with women who followed the diet least.

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