Healthy fertility, conception, and pregnancy should just happen naturally, right?

Not exactly.

The facts and statistics from the last several decades tell us otherwise.  Unexplained infertility is, unfortunately, very common in the U.S. and Canada.

Before you go any further, I want you to know that you or your partner are not to blame for any challenges you might be experiencing, and—

Healthy fertility, conception, and pregnancy should just happen naturally, right?

Not exactly.

The facts and statistics from the last several decades tell us otherwise.  Unexplained infertility is, unfortunately, very common in the U.S. and Canada.

Before you go any further, I want you to know that you or your partner are not to blame for any challenges you might be experiencing, and—

You are not alone.

You can read more about how common infertility is in the U.S. by clicking here.

If you’re struggling with getting pregnant and looking at a nutritionists’ web site, you may already have an idea that your overall health or food choices might play a role.

In fact, one of the most compelling factors contributing to the decline in fertility rates in the U.S. is poor diet.

There are also a number of common, chronic health issues that can disrupt hormone balance and cause or contribute to infertility. Here is a list of the more common of these conditions for men and women.

But here’s the bottom line:

Even for those couples who are in good health, getting pregnant usually takes planning, timing and lots and lots of patience.

Working together, I will help identify nutritional deficiencies and lifestyle choices that can lead to many of the underlying health issues that often wreak havoc on your fertility.

Your body CAN be retooled and rebalanced to create the internal environment needed to support conception and a healthy pregnant.

 

Are you ready to get started?

educator, strategist and speaker for the holistic nutrition industry

Barbara Rodgers NC, BCHN

After a 5 ½-year-long battle with MS, Barbara Rodgers used holistic nutrition protocols to heal herself from this devastating disease. She was inspired to return to school to study Holistic Nutrition, and is now a nutrition consultant; board certified in Holistic Nutrition. Barbara helps individuals with chronic disease, unexplained infertility, and autoimmune conditions understand the effect their diet and lifestyle choices have as contributing factors to overall health.

Watch for the release of “Baby Maker” October, 16 2018!

Pre-order your copy now on Amazon.com

A Complete Guide to Holistic Nutrition for Fertility, Conception, and Pregnancy.

In Baby Maker, Barbara Rodgers shares science-based research and facts about the critical role nutrition can play on fertility, the growth of a fetus, and even genetic synthesis in a newborn baby. You’ll get a step-by-step plan for improving fertility (for men and women), strengthening the ability of a pregnant mom to carry to term, as well as a plan to support a mother’s health during pregnancy. Learn how to jumpstart mom’s nutritional health immediately following delivery.

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Barb is a terrific resource for anyone wanting guidance on how to use nutrition to get healthy again. I’ve been amazed at how changing what I eat could make such a huge difference in how I feel!

– Val J. – Clearwater, FL

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