The Top 12 Foods For Fertility Nutrition is always a priority in my clinical practice but when it comes to preparing your body for pregnancy the foods you are are even more important than ever. A balanced nutrient-rich diet for 3 – 6 months prior to making a baby will
Why you need to eat more healthy fats for balanced hormones. A large portion of my hormone + fertility focused appointments revolve around optimizing my patient’s diets. Great hormonal health begins with the foods you’re putting in your body, so we naturally spend a good portion of time during initial consults
The Fasting Mimicking Diet: Your how-to guide to the only diet proven to reverse aging, diabetes & autoimmune disease. The fast mimicking diet, popularized by the Longevity Institute, is a modified fast that has been proven to improve longevity and possibly even reset the immune system in autoimmune disease. The FMD
The Worst Fertility Disruptors in Your Home + How to Eliminate them Endocrine disruptors are chemicals found in the environment that can impact your ability to conceive. These chemicals can alter the production, metabolism, and activity of hormones and are a big problem when it comes to your fertility. Fertility
Fertility Blood Tests: The Essential Tests You Need + What They Mean If you’re currently being treated for infertility then you already know that there’s a ton of blood work involved. My patients are constantly telling me that the most stressful part of their conventional fertility treatment is the blood
Problems With the Birth Control Pill: Why the Pill Isn’t the Solution to Your Hormonal Problems “Fun” fact: nearly 150 million women worldwide take the birth control pill. While there’s no doubt that the pill prevents unwanted pregnancy, it’s also handed out like candy for almost every known female hormonal condition.
The 6 Worst Thyroid Disruptors Hiding in Your Home + How to Eliminate Them: The thyroid is an endocrine gland located in the neck. It uses iodine, tyrosine, selenium and other nutrients from the foods you eat to make two main hormones: Triiodothyronine (T3) + Thyroxine (T4). These hormones are critical to