The Nutritional Preconception Checklist
“Diet Influences & Effects for Proper Pregnancy Planning”
The Link Between Diet and Conception is Healthy Preconception and taking prenatal vitamins
Are you thinking about having a baby? If so, don’t you owe it to your unborn child to be as fit as possible before you get pregnant? After all, both parents will need extra energy to get through the stressful, tired months. . .before and after birth. Having trouble getting pregnant? Did you ever think your diet may be to blame? Of course, not all infertility problems are nutritionally related, but you may be surprised at the role of nutrition in conception.
Are YOU Missing Critical Nutrients?
As a Clinical Nutritionist, I’ve helped couples resolve a number of pre-existing conditions and infertility problems through proper nutrition. In today’s fast food world, many young couples simply aren’t getting the vitamins and nutrients they need. Your body senses that it can’t support both you and a baby so the hormones of reproduction become scarce. The ferility diet and taking prenatal vitamins supports preconception health.
Purge the Chemicals, Preservatives and Toxins
You want a healthy baby, right? So why saturate your body with chemicals, preservatives, and toxins? Wouldn’t you rather have a healthy body enriched with basic nutrients, the way we were built to be? Don’t you think your baby would like that too?
Not Just for Women
Women aren’t the only ones with a link between diet and infertility. True, women need more nutritional help to carry a baby to term, nurse, etc. But men need proper nutrition in order to make their contribution as well.
Get the Facts
Want to know all the facts . . . from a nutritionist’s point of view. . .about diet and conception? “Infertility and Nutrition” contains over 1000 facts that are essential to know. . .whether you are male or female. . .before you start trying to have a baby.
Grab Your Copy of The Nutritional Preconception Checklist now and See Results of Healthy Preconception. . .in about 9 Months!
© Lynette Ellison 2011