Broccoli Might Help Put a Bun in Your Oven

Published by PETA.

For years, scientists have been pushing fertility drugs to help increase the chances of conceiving, but can boosting one’s “baby chances” be as simple as eating more greens? Well, blow me down, it might be! Results from a major Harvard University study suggest that going vegetarian may increase fertility.

To help spread this baby-mama buzz, we’ve created our own labor of love: a billboard touting vegetables as an essential dietary component to rev up the body’s procreation potential. Those strategically placed veggies speak for themselves.

 

Veggies: the food of love

 

We hope to run the billboard in New Hampshire, which has one of the lowest birth rates in the nation.

Written by Jennifer Cierlitsky

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 Ingrid E. Newkirk

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— Ingrid E. Newkirk, PETA President and co-author of Animalkind