Infertility and Pregnancy

The fact that you clicked on this page tells me that you may be having trouble getting pregnant, or are planning to make your first attempt soon, but have concerns about your fertility, or that of your partner.

The fact that you are looking at a nutritionists’ web site also tells me that you have at least some basic knowledge about how important your overall health is to being successful with pregnancy.   Good for you!

Nutrition, a healthy diet and lifestyle are major contributors to your fertility.

You may even be aware that fertility rates in the U.S. have fallen to a record low among women of childbearing age.  There are a number of contributing factors associated with this decline, but one of the most compelling is poor diet.

Ongoing or chronic health issues such as candida overgrowth, stress, blood sugar dysregulation, heavy metal toxicity, immune system dysfunction, thyroid and hormone imbalance, poor liver function – to name a few — can all have an impact on your body’s ability to become pregnant. To resolve these requires getting to the root cause which is often nutrient deficiencies.

For most couples, getting pregnant takes planning, timing and lots of patience. Your planning needs to begin about six to eight months before you hope to conceive and the first step is to take a close look at what you’re putting into your body.

Food is powerful stuff.   Let me show you how to refortify and rebalance your body from the inside out and get your hormones, immune system and other internal systems doing what they are suppose to do.

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