- You’re confused about what prenatal vitamins you should be taking
- You take a cocktail of vitamins but don’t really remember why, what they all do or if they interact with each other
- Your Doctor only suggested taking folic acid but you’ve heard other supplements can improve fertility and you what to know more
I get asked about supplements for TTC and fertility every day. And since I can’t give personalised advice to each and every one of you, I’ve created this workshop bringing together all my knowledge on the top fertility nutrients.
By the end of the workshop, you will have a good understanding of the most important vitamins, minerals and nutrients for fertility. You will feel confident in choosing a prenatal vitamin that is appropriate for you and your body.
Fertility Supplements 101 Workshop
For each of the top 12 most important fertility nutrients, you’ll learn:
- What the scientific evidence says
- Why they’re important for fertility (the biology! 🤓)
- Food sources and interactions
- Types available
- Who is likely to need supplements
- The amounts required and what the various guidelines suggest
Who is the workshop for?
Anyone who is planning to or currently trying to conceive! Including if you’ve just started trying, you’re TTC through intercourse or using assisted reproductive techniques (such as IUI, IVF, ICSI).
How long does the workshop go for?
It will take between 1-2 hours to complete all the videos of the workshop. I’ve broken it up into sections so you can focus on certain areas or do it bit by bit if you prefer.
Does it matter where I am based?
No, the workshop is open to anyone around the world.
When does the workshop start?
The workshop will go live on 29th July, after that you can complete it any time you like.
Optimising Ovulation Course Instructor
Amara Lindenmayer, Fertility Dietitian
After her own struggles starting a family, Amara started exploring the research between lifestyle and fertility. When she discovered that the scientific evidence showed a powerful impact of diet on fertility, she started Foodbaby to help other women regain control of their fertility through diet.