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Express diet & supplement consult

If you want to....

  • Get your body ready for a healthy pregnancy and baby

  • Improve your chances of conceiving sooner

  • Reduce yours and your baby's risk of developing long term health conditions 

  • Ensure you are giving your baby the best first 1000 days possible 

  • Learn how to reduce your miscarriage risk

  • Optimise your baby's epigenetics to improve their future behaviour, cognition, and health

  • Know what your unique dietary needs are for PCOS, endometriosis, low sperm count, thin uterine lining, or other specific conditions

Then the right supplement regimen is absolutely crucial for you!

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Iron? Vitamin D? Choline? Finding The Right Prenatal Supplement Sounds Like A Daunting Process.

It's undeniable that the market is flooded with prenatal supplements, each claiming to be the best. However, this raises the question of – which of these options is right for me? Choosing a prenatal supplement can be confusing and overwhelming, but it doesn't need to be! Getting your diet and supplement regimen right is crucial for your fertility and to ensure a healthy pregnancy.

Every person has different needs when it comes to fertility and pregnancy supplements and it's important that you take one specifically suited to you. Various factors such as medical history, family background, age, blood analysis, and body size are important to consider when determining your requirement for specific prenatal vitamins or minerals. 

Whatever you do, don't procrastinate starting on a prenatal any longer! Your prenatal supplement should be started atleast 3 months prior to conception. And did you know, that some people trying to conceive with certain medical histories require up to 10 times more folic acid than the rest of the population from pre-conception through to the end of your first trimester?!Taking a prenatal supplement prevents nutrient deficiencies and builds up stores in your body, helping to avoid neural tube defects such as spina bifida (FSANZ, 2016) in your unborn baby.

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What could be impacting on your supplement needs?


Medical history

Women with Coeliac disease, Inflammatory Bowel Disease (Crohn’s Disease or Ulcerative Colitis) or those who’ve had bariatric or weight loss surgery require more folic acid due to potentially reduced absorbance in the gut (RANZCOG guideline, 2017).


Dietary patterns

Are you vegan, plant-based or vegetarian, or just don’t like fish, seafood or meat? This could influence your prenatal supplement recommendation, including which products meet your preferences and nutrient requirements.


Weight/ BMI

Women with a body mass index (BMI) over 30 may need additional folic acid to support a healthy pregnancy (RANZCOG guideline, 2017).


If you're already pregnant

During each trimester, you have different nutritional demands (and symptoms, too), so let a fertility and pregnancy dietitian tailor your supplementation to you and your current needs to ensure you’re nourished and comfortable (bye bye yucky supplement side effects of constipation and nausea!)


Other factors

We’ll ask you additional questions about your health, lifestyle, and medical history and goals to create a tailored plan for you and your needs. 


Give Your Baby The Best Head Start

You’ve got the basics covered. Fruit, vegetables, healthy fats, whole grains, the works. Great! But as you learn more about pregnancy and the whole journey that comes before you even try to conceive, you realise there’s more to it. Eating well is certainly one piece of the puzzle, but what you may have thought was a 500 piece puzzle can quickly turn into 1,000!

With a bit of knowledge, it can be easy to find yourself realising how much you don’t know. Don’t worry— we’ve got you covered. We’ll point you in the right direction when it comes to choosing the prenatal supplement that will nourish you, fill in any nutrient gaps, and support a healthy, growing baby...

  • Find out if you’re taking the right supplements for you

  • If you’re not already taking a supplement, we’ll help you find the best one for your needs

  • If you’re already pregnant, we’ll ensure you’re both nourished and comfortable – no yucky side effects from constipating or nauseating forms of certain nutrients!

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Your personalised supplement regimen starts here...

When you begin to feel daunted by all of the prenatal supplement options out there, don’t let it overwhelm you! There are simple answers to your questions; you just need the right people to provide them for you – and here we are!

Feel confident with your prenatal supplement plan – designed just for you in 30 minutes!

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Still have questions?

If you can't find the answer to your question and would like some more information then just reach out! You can email me directly on

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