We’ve got eggs on the brain

With Easter around the corner, eggs are on everyone’s’ brain. But women who are thinking about motherhood will be focusing on one type of egg in particular.

Most women know that they are born with all the eggs that they are ever going to possess and that they are all already genetically predetermined, but that doesn’t stop them wondering what they can do to improve the quality of their own eggs.

Nutrition and PCOS

My Top 10 Nutrition Tips For Tackling PCOS

Polycystic ovary syndrome is responsible for so many of the fertility problems in the women I see. In fact, it is estimated that 20 per cent of women have a tendency to polycystic ovaries, while 5-10 per cent have PCOS. Read more

Valentine day

The Chemistry of Baby Making
Food to get you in the Mood

No, we’re not talking about the latest position to ensure conception, just make sure you’re both in the mood! So many couples at this time of year are thinking about getting pregnant. Food, mood and libido have been linked to fertility and their aphrodisiac qualities, so there’s no better time than Valentine’s Day to get in the mood, have the right food, and Eat Yourself Pregnant! Read more

Getting your body baby ready

Lifestyle and fertility – 6 lifestyle factors that could affect your fertility

Planning to get pregnant can take more than just planning to have sex more often. To really get you and your partner’s body baby ready, you need to look at your lifestyle.

Yes, both you and your partner are equally important here. An equal number of fertility issues stem from male lifestyle factors as from female lifestyle factors so all the points below apply to both of you. Read more

Sperm and healthy food

Why diet is AS important for men as it is for women when it comes to having a baby

Recent research has found that men need to focus on their diet just as much as women when it comes to creating a healthy baby.  So following on from my previous blog post – 6 Top Tips To Boost Sperm Health – here are my top 4 most important nutrients for male fertility: Read more