Trying for a baby can feel overwhelming...
Especially since there's so much information out there, making it difficult to navigate and decipher what information is right or wrong.
So you're here because you've decided to start trying for a baby, have started thinking about it or you may even be deep in the TTC world (if this is you, then an explanation about what TTC stands for isn't needed, as you are VERY familiar with all of the acronyms).
However, the problem is, you're not getting much diet and lifestyle advice from your GP, and have resulted to spending many hours on google...
When should I start thinking about my fertility?
What foods boost my fertility?
What foods should I avoid?
What supplements should I take?
Can I still drink coffee? Alcohol?
What can I do in the two week wait (TWW)?
And you're still confused. We hear you. One question leads to another and only leaves you feeling overwhelmed and unsure where to start, wondering if you are doing the right thing.
Trying for a baby can be stressful enough and potentially a truly long, frustrating, difficult road. If you’re tired of being told that you need to restrict your diet, lose weight or stop eating the things you love, then you have come to the right place.
Learn how to gain clarity by finding out exactly what you need to know so you can make simple changes to your diet that will optimise your fertility (that complement you and your lifestyle).
You don't need that additional stress!
"Did you know, what you eat affects egg and sperm heath, ovulation and implantation, with research suggesting that implementing just a few dietary changes can lower risk of infertility"
Is it for you?
The preconception period can be seen in a few different ways:
1) From a biological standpoint as the days and weeks before embryo development
2) From the individual perspective as the time of wanting to conceive
3) Through a population lens as any time a women is of childbearing age
So this course is for you if: