Catherine Chong, APD is the leading dietitian in Brisbane specialising in fertility and pregnancy. She works with women and couples to create a personalised nutrition plan for optimum fertility to increase the chances of conceiving and having a healthy baby.
Approximately 80 per cent of women with the condition is caused by insulin resistance (due to hormonal disruption). In this blog, I want to share the PCOS diet plan and how it may help restore your ovulation.
Diet impacts fertility, and specific nutrients and food groups appear to affect reproductive health positively. There’s a Mediterranean diet, a low-carbohydrate diet and an intermittent fasting diet. So which is the best fertility diet?
Weight is one of the most common causes that can affect fertility. If you’re overweight, your risk of inability to conceive, risk of miscarriage, implantation issues, egg quality and sperm quality issues increased.
Is it possible what a mother eats before and during pregnancy can impact on a child’s long-term health? When should you start a preconception diet? If you’re trying to get pregnant, eating as if you’re already pregnant is important starting from the ‘First 1000 days’.