Thanks, Holiztic. I went out and bought a pineapple (for over $6, mind you), got it home, and the middle was all brown. Yuck. I cut around it and managed to have some, anyhow.
In looking up pineapple online, I found this info about IUI (but should be the same, right?)
Drink loads of milk and at least 2 litres of water a day.
no smoking, drinking or caffeine,
Pineapple Juice...the pineapple thing is supposed to be because there's selenium in them, which helps with implantation. But it should be either very fresh juice or fresh pineapple, not concentrated juice or tinned chunks. Other food sources of selenium are sesame seeds, wheatgerm, and tuna, but you shouldn't eat too much tuna either because it might contain small amounts of mercury which is poisonous! It's all way too complicated.
All nuts have essential fatty acids which are good for regulating hormones, and vitamin E which helps prevent miscarriage and along with selenium makes your endometrium healthy - apparently!
Basically you should try to eat as varied and balanced a diet as possible, with lots of fruit and veg, some nuts and seeds (sunflower, pumpkin and sesame), oily fish and plenty of protein such as eggs and chicken. And drink plenty of water. Organic is best.
If you get Zita West's book Fertility and Conception, she explains all the main nutrients you need and what foods contain them. It's quite a good book if you don't take it all too seriously!
Lots of the girls eat 'red' foods (peppers, strawberries etc its some chinese medicine thing) and some girls are using Pit Rok - which is a piece of natural rock crystal - is expensive, but will last for ever - provided you don't drop it.
Get yourself a good vitamin and mineral supplement too and remember to take 400mg of folic acid per day.
Anyhow, for fun I might try the red foods thing. And the protein. Can't hurt!