Tag: dietitian

  • Preconception Nutrition

    Preconception Nutrition

    Evidence suggests ~50% of pregnancies are unplanned. So even if you are not actively TTC, this article on preconception nutrition may be useful to you. Preconception includes (technically) the 3 to 6 months before conception /pregnancy/ fertilisation occurs. Although some (including me) argue it starts earlier than this. And I mean both parties here, the…

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  • Eating for Endometriosis and Constipation

    Eating for Endometriosis and Constipation

    Diet and nutrition are first line therapy for treating constipation. And with constipation a common symptom seen in people with endometriosis, eating for endometriosis and constipation can have a profound impact on your symptoms. What is endometriosis Endometriosis is a condition characterised by the presence of endometrial tissue outside the uterine lining. Typically on the…

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  • Blood Sugars & Fertility

    Blood Sugars & Fertility

    Nutrition for blood sugars in pregnancy

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  • Caesarean Recovery Nutrition

    Caesarean Recovery Nutrition

    Birth a huge topic. Lots of research, lots of opinions. And sometimes too many opinions from people who have no place to have them. Birth is birth. No birth is the same. No birth deserves shame or judgement. No c-section is the same, no vaginal birth is the same. Birth is as unique as a…

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  • Fertility foods

    Fertility foods

    Foods to boost fertility naturally ‘What should I eat if I’m trying for baby” is something I hear regularly in clinic. And what you should eat is nuanced, so the below list is not exhaustive. It is a good start, but an extensive health assessment + strategic, bespoke and achievable nutrition plan is the gold…

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