a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist turned fertility coach helping you level up your flow so you can get pregnant on your own terms.
You CAN’T WAIT to bring your little bundle home but there’s so much to think about first…
Do I really need to cut out alcohol? For how long?
What’s the best diet to help me get pregnant?
What the hell is fertile mucus and how do I get some?!
How do I pump up my progesterone?
Amanda from my facebook group drinks fertility tea? Do I need that?
What’s the best prenatal? Do I need to take anything else?
How do I know if there’s a problem?
Is it okay to have sex every day? Every other day? Twice a day!?!?
Your weekly screen time is creeping up just like your anxiety trying to research this all on your own…
I know the stakes are high when you’re trying to get pregnant.
After all, you’re making a whole ass human that you’re going to spend at least the next 18 years trying not to mess up.
And as a master’s level Registered Dietitian and fertility nerd (with 35+ client pregnancies in the past 18 months) trust me when I say…
This isn’t the time to wing it.
With a brand-spanking new upgrade!
Studies show that getting your diet & lifestyle in gear 3+ months prior to conception can boost your chances of getting pregnant, improve birth outcomes, and reduce your risk of complications like gestational diabetes and postpartum depression.
Studies also show that prenatal nutrition/lifestyle prep can even enhance cognitive development for baby long after gestation is over (beautiful AND Harvard bound?! Yes please!!)
Pretty sweet right!?
What’s inside Fertile as F*ck?
Are you ready to be the next baby makin’ success story?
Real quick, this program isn’t the right fit if:
Making this investment adds more stress to your life. I’m pumped to welcome you inside FAF but not at the risk of causing financial strain.
If you have significant food allergies or intolerances. The FAF program provides fertility-focused food guidelines but may not work if you need a more specialized diet like low FODMAP, diabetic, or AIP.
If you are dealing with anovulatory or absent cycles. Restoring fertility may require a more personalized plan and more intense counseling. For more information on 1:1 coaching hit this link.
You aren’t open to trying new things. This program is jam packed with research backed information and tips specifically designed to support fertility after loss but it only works if you’re open to it.
I’ll be delivering one education module per week so that you’ll have plenty of time to go through the material and take action.
And don’t forget the bonuses!
Ready to get started?
Pick which route sounds right to you and let’s do this
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Now imagine how it would feel to…
Skip the fertility facebook groups with pages of “well this worked for me” comments
Get the most up-to-date, research-backed recommendations straight from the food and fertility expert (nerd)
Change your “if it happens” to “when it happens”
Confidently nail down and open up your fertile window (pun intended!)
Identify potential problems and get them figured out NOW
Connect with your partner in the bedroom and over fertility boosting meal for both of you
Trust and love on your body instead of fighting with it
Don’t waste another minute spiraling down the google rabbit hole. Let’s get your hormones flowing and super charge your ovulation so you get pregnant and run the show as mom.
It’s time to get your body on board…
With a brand spanking new upgrade!
Can you guarantee I’ll get pregnant?
Unfortunately, no. As much as I want to be the Oprah of the fertility world, I can’t guarantee that you’ll get pregnant.
Research shows that nutrition and lifestyle changes can improve your chances of conception by 40% and what I can guarantee is that the information provided will give you the best shot at prepping your body for a term natural pregnancy and/or enhance success rates with fertility medications and assisted reproductive technology routes.
Can nutrition and lifestyle interventions really work to improve fertility?
The average human consumes 2,000 pounds of food per year. Research has not only demonstrated that there are known hormone-disrupting foods, chemicals, and stressors that affect fertility but also that conception rates improve when we eliminate these harmful products and support the body with nourishment.
Will I have access to you if I have questions?
You’ll have access to a private group just for FAF students where you can ask questions addressed to the group or myself! There will also be 2 live Q&A sessions inside!
For technical questions you can always email email@example.com.
My work hours are unpredictable, are there set meeting times?
The educational modules will be released weekly and you can watch them whenever your schedule allows. The live Q&A calls will be at predetermined times. No worries if you can’t make it though, each session will be recorded and uploaded into the group page for easy access.
What are the dates for the program?
The first module drops April 30th and we wrap this shindig up May 18th
Do you offer payment plans?
Yes! You can choose to invest up front or break it down into 2 payments.
Do you take HSA?
I can process HSA cards but it’s up to you to check and see if online programs are an allowable expense. Some policies say yes and some say hell no.
I’m vegetarian, will this work for me?
While I support the ethical reasoning behind a vegetarian/vegan lifestyle, when we look at the key nutrients involved in female hormone production and fetal development (vitamin D, zinc, choline, B vitamins, and amino acids), many of the best sources come from animal products.
For this reason, I do not advocate for a completely vegetarian or vegan diet for fertility support and have not designed the program as such. If you are planning to remain vegetarian or vegan I recommend looking into 1:1 coaching for more individualized recommendations.
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This information is for educational and informational purposes only and solely as a self-help tool for your own use. I am not providing medical, psychological, or nutrition therapy advice. You should not use this information to diagnose or treat any health problems or illnesses without consulting your own medical practitioner. Always seek the advice of your own medical practitioner and/or mental health provider about your specific health situation. For my full Disclaimer, please click here.