Information on pregnancy diets abounds, but
in part depend on having healthy eggs. Eating for egg health mostly mimics a good pregnancy diet, with less strict guidelines. Generally, “Everything you do to improve your overall health is going to improve your egg health,” says Suzanne Munson, a staff nutritionist at Fairhaven Health, a company that makes fertility products. Here are tips for what to eat and avoid for healthy eggs, whether you're trying to conceive or planning to harvest your eggs. Munson suggests following these guidelines for three to six months before either.