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PCOS and endometriosis are complicated. Finding support to manage these conditions doesn't have to be.

Being diagnosed with PCOS or endometriosis does not mean that you have to lose weight, cut carbs, or follow a strict diet. There is no on-size-fits-all when it comes to managing these conditions through diet and supplements, and personalised advice and recommendations are important. 

Symptoms and infertility associated with PCOS and endometriosis can be managed through food. Research tells us that with some simple diet and supplement modifications we can:

  • Reduce insulin levels

  • Regulate periods

  • Regulate ovulation

  • Boost fertility

  • Reduce inflammation

  • Reduce pelvic pain

  • Optimise egg and embryo health

  • Support a thick, healthy uterine lining

  • Improve gut microbiota

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How can a dietitian help?

 

We work alongside you to create a personalised, effective plan that supports you to boost your fertility as appropriate for the stage of your fertility journey that you are in. This could include:

  • Preparing your body for a healthy pregnancy

  • Supporting you to ovulate regularly 

  • Optimising egg health for the healthiest embryos possible (with IVF or natural conception)

  • Ensuring that your uterus is healthy for implantation and supporting you to eat well to increase chances of implantation success

Work with us to:

  • Increase your energy levels

  • Balance your moods

  • Stabilise your blood sugars

  • Reduce cravings

  • Lose weight (if you want to!)

  • Improve your relationship with food

  • Boost your confidence

  • Free yourself from restrictive eating patterns

  • Experience a regular menstrual cycle

  • Improve your overall health

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​Get your body ready for a baby and enjoy a healthy, safe pregnancy by making sure that you have 100% of your nutrition and supplementation covered.​

  • See what the most significant diet and supplement recommendations are for improving your menstrual cycle and ovulation regularity, egg and sperm health, embryo quality, implantation success, and for reducing your risk of miscarriage

  • Work through our checklists to make sure that you are ticking the boxes for boosting your baby's first 1000 days 

  • Learn how to reduce your risk of gestational diabetes and pre-eclampsia

  • Determine if you would benefit from additional blood testing or dietary analysis Feel confident in your diet and supplement regimen

Frequently asked questions:

What is your diet advice? 

Our nutrition recommendations are backed by science, and are given based on your individual needs and preferences. There is nothing generic about what we do. We spend time researching your health, diet, and situation, then creating a plan specific to you.

You will not be given something strict that you don't enjoy. We focus on sustainable changes only. You don't need a strict diet to get pregnant!

Will I have to cook separate meals for my family? 

No way! This is a strong no from us- life is busy enough. Your family members may need different portion sizes depending on appetites and nutrient/ calorie requirements- but all meals are 100% safe for everyone. These are not "diet" meals and I don't suggest to you any "diet" foods. ​

How much will I spend on food? 

We will not be telling you to spend money on expensive foods. You don't need to fork out for organic, "superfood claims" or specific brands. Our guidelines can work for any budget and we show you how to tick all of the nutritional boxes at the same time.

Where is your office located for appointments? 

We work with clients worldwide, virtually.

Will my health insurance cover this appointment? 

Possibly! Many insurance providers cover registered dietitian services so have a look at your policy or call them for more info on this. 

How many appointments will I need? 

This one varies depending on the stage of your fertility journey that you are in and consequently how much of an impact diet can have. Some women benefit most with only 1-2 sessions and a few diet and supplement tweaks, while others get the best results with long term support and regular check-ins every few weeks. We can discuss this further in a FREE clarity call or your first appointment. 

Schedule in your FREE clarity call:

I truly believe that every woman who wants to get pregnant, or is pregnant, would benefit hugely from seeing a fertility and prenatal specialist dietitian. Just making some simple tweaks to your diet and supplement regimen can be enough to not only improve your chances of a healthy pregnancy, but also your future baby's life and health. 

However, if you aren't sure whether or not a dietitian will be helpful to you on your journey or just have some questions about the services, then schedule in a time for us to have a free clarity call and lets talk about the best path forward for you. 

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