Cook At Home
There's really nothing like a home-cooked meal. I mean, unless you're tired and don't feel like the cooking and cleaning, and...

There are so many excuses to grab a quick bite, and every once in a while it's totally okay, but as a general rule, if you're looking to get your body fertility ready, break out those pots and pans.

Not only do you lack control over the ingredients in your meal when you grab takeout, but the caloric levels of huge restaurant portions are off the charts, with some popular grab and go choices clocking in close to your recommended full day's worth of calories for just one meal. Add to that the incredibly high sodium values that you find when eating out and you've got a recipe for working against your body's prime fertility range.

Leaving all of that aside, cooking at home can be a great way to de-stress, and something really fun to do with your partner, creating a space to laugh, play, and share responsibility. So, throw on a fun apron and get to it!