If you want to get pregnant, prepare a hearty breakfast for yourself, because the extra calorie intake can improve ovulation.
A hearty morning breakfast (about 970 calories) instead of overeating at night, can help women who have polycystic ovary syndrome, to get pregnant.

The heavy calorie intake in the morning can regulate the testosterone, insulin and other hormones that affect fertility.

In the first results of a research for a fertility treatment was found that the levels of insulin and glucose were decreased by 8% in those women that consumed the most calorific meal in the morning, while those that consumed a meal with more calories in the evening there were no changes.

Further testing showed that at the group that had a breakfast with more calories, the testosterone level was dropped for almost 50%, and at those that ate at night the levels remained the same.

Also the much greater was the rate of ovulation at women who eat breakfast well, compared to the other group, which indicates that a heavy breakfast leads to increased levels of fertility in women with polycystic ovary syndrome.

Polycystic ovary syndrome affects 6 to 10% of women and weakens their reproductive capabilities. This leads to insulin resistance and the growth of the male sex hormones (androgens), which can also cause menstrual irregularities, loss of scalp hair, excessive hairiness, fertility problems, acne and diabetes.

The leader of the study, Professor Oren Froj, said: “The research clearly shows that the intake of calories is very important, but the time when we consume the calories is more important!”