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"5 Reasons to Work With a Nutritionist on Your Fertility Journey"




Working with a nutritionist 1:1 can be a game-changer when it comes to fertility. As a nutritionist, I have seen firsthand how personalised nutrition plans can help couples struggling with infertility. Here are some reasons why working with a nutritionist can help improve your chances of conceiving.


  1. A nutritionist can help you identify any nutrient deficiencies that may be affecting fertility. Many nutrients, such as folate, iron, and zinc, are essential for reproductive health. A nutritionist can assess your diet and recommend specific foods or supplements to ensure you are getting enough of these nutrients.

  2. I have access to functional testing, such as private blood tests and semen analysis. Many GPs wont take any tests until you have been TTC for 1+ years. I will always encourage you to go to your GP first, often writing a letter to them from myself. If they agree to take your bloods, this is great and will save you a few £'s. However, sometimes we need some more in-depth testing as NHS tests tend to be fairly basic in the early stages on trying to conceive. I have a practitioner discount with testing companies to again save you a few £'s.

  3. A nutritionist can help you manage any underlying health conditions that may be affecting your fertility. Conditions such as polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) and endometriosis can both impact fertility. A nutritionist can work with you to create a diet plan that supports your specific health needs and may help alleviate symptoms.

  4. We also need to be mindful of your exposure to environmental toxins that may be affecting your fertility. Many toxins, such as pesticides and plastics, can disrupt hormones and impact fertility. A nutritionist can provide guidance on how to reduce your exposure to these toxins through dietary changes and lifestyle modifications.

  5. Not only can we advise on what to put in and on your body, we also provide emotional support during the fertility journey. Infertility can be a stressful and emotional experience, and having a supportive healthcare provider can make all the difference. A nutritionist can provide guidance, encouragement, and accountability as you work towards your fertility goals.






Working with a nutritionist 1:1 can be a valuable tool for couples trying to conceive. A nutritionist can help identify nutrient deficiencies, optimise weight, manage underlying health conditions, reduce exposure to environmental toxins, and provide emotional support. If you are struggling with infertility, consider working with a nutritionist to help improve your chances of conceiving.




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