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" I trust the wisdom of my body as I

nourish it to complete health "


According to the CDC, currently in the United States, about 12 to 13% of couples have trouble conceiving. According to the same source, currently 6.1 million women (in the US) ages 15–44 have difficulty becoming or staying pregnant. 


In Canada 16% of couples are unable to conceive, a figure that is twice what it was in the 1980s.

Infertility is expected to continue to increase with an estimated 10 million couples having issues becoming pregnant by 2025.

The fundamental requirements for fertility are good nutritional habits, a healthy lifestyle and emotional balance. In fact, simple changes in diet and lifestyle improve fertility by 69%. 

Studies have shown that unhealthy eating habits are detrimental to fertility and there’s evidence that weight  impacts it significantly. Therefore being overweight or underweight can lead to infertility. 

What is - and isn’t - found in food affects the body at cellular level, impacting the quality of both egg and sperm and the health condition of mom's body that has to provide what's necessary for the growth and development of the baby during the entire pregnancy.  What mom and dad eat leading up to and while trying to conceive,  affects the growth and development of the baby and its health well into adulthood since lower quality eggs and sperm contain damaged genes that are passed on to the baby.

In essence, healthy food = health = healthy body = robust fertility = healthy pregnancy = healthy baby = healthy adult.


On the other hand, poor food = poor health = unhealthy body = decreased fertility = poor genetics = poor baby health = unhealthy child that will learn the same poor nutritional habits = unhealthy adult that will repeat the cycle.

Research shows clearly that fertility is affected by diet, therefore clean, natural and nutritious foods will lead to easier and faster conception, a healthy pregnancy, healthier parents and a healthy baby.  Ultimately,  fertility is determined by the very foods we eat.


Customized Nutrition for Fertility ensures that your diet consists of nutrient-dense whole foods that are rich in all the nutrients necessary to support optimal menstrual cycles, peak hormonal function, egg and sperm health, and a healthy reproductive system for both mom- and dad-to-be.

It also provides your body with what it needs while undergoing assistive reproductive technologies such as

In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) and Intra Uterine Insemination (IUI) in order to ensure that both the egg and sperm are healthy and in optimal condition for conception.

Through this kind of Customized Nutrition you can take charge and put an end to the emotional turmoil associated with infertility and make your dream of having a baby a reality, the natural, non-invasive way.

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