It’s baby-making time!
Your health, and the health of your baby, requires a tailored approach that responds to your specific nutritional needs.
I launched Fertility Nutrition for you and your future baby. As a registered and qualified dietitian, I provide professionally regulated nutrition treatment for people trying to conceive. I offer a limited number of consultations per month so that I can work with my clients and their partners one on one. This enables us to successfully implement a science-based nutrition plan unique to you.
I have helped countless couples achieve their pregnancy goals and give their babies optimal nutrition as they develop.
You are not alone
1 in 6 NZ & Aussie couples experience infertility.
Infertility is defined as the inability to become pregnant after a year of unprotected sex. Infertility can be caused by a range of factors. Physical conditions such as nutrition, lifestyle, and weight play a critical role in both male and female fertility. Medical conditions such as damage to the fallopian tubes and early menopause also impact fertility. The Harvard School of Public Health found that by making just 5 dietary changes can improve fertility by 69%. For those struggling with annovulatory infertility, these changes resulted in 80% improvement.
A dietitian specialising in fertility can help you:
- Boost egg and sperm health.
- Improve quality of embryos and reduce DNA fragmentation.
- Help nutritionally support you through IVF.
- Optimise the genetic programming of your child
- Optimise and regulate your fertility hormones.
- Ensure that you are taking the correct nutritional supplements for your unique needs.
- Manage dietary considerations that may be impacting conception. Such as endometriosis, insulin resistance, or PCOS, thyroid or coeliac disease.
Your baby is what you eat
Did you know that what you eat in the months leading up to conception shapes the future health of your baby? As well as drastically impacts your chances of conceiving?
Researchers at the Harvard School of Public Health found that by changing five or more aspects of a woman’s diet, women with irregular or absent ovulation reduced their risk of infertility by 80%. Customised weight-management, a customised regimen of nutritional supplements, and other dietary therapies have proven to be important tools for conception and healthy pregnancies.
How to make a baby
I provide science-based nutrition treatment to help:
- Boost fertility.
- Regulate ovulation cycles affected by weight.
- Improve the health of your eggs and sperm.
- Improve your chances of becoming pregnant.
- Improve the success of Assisted Reproduction Therapies like IVF.
- Improve chances of bringing a baby to full term.
- Improve likelihood of having a healthy baby.
- Help prevent development of gestational diabetes and preeclampsia.
I take on a limited number of clients per month so that I can provide thorough and supportive coaching and followup for motivation and accountability which yields results.
Let’s implement a science-based nutrition plan unique to you!
Book your Nutrition Assessment now!