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What is the Best Diet to do to Improve your Chances of Getting Pregnant?

HELLO BEAUTIFUL! Welcome back to another episode of Finding Fertility.


36 | What is the Best Diet to do to Improve your Chances of Getting Pregnant? | The Fertility Connection Talk Show


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“Unhealthy people get pregnant all the time... It's their level of their fertility being disconnected and for some of us, we have to go way deeper with it.” -Monica

Getting pregnant is hard enough without having to give up sugar, but could changes to your diet improve your fertility? Or should you think twice before giving up that sweet tooth? What is the best diet to do to improve your chances of getting pregnant?


Today on The Fertility Connection Talk Show, we take a deep dive into all things food and diet-related. Devon, Sarah, Robyn and I share tidbits from our experiences with food and trying to conceive. Turns out our views on the effects of diet on fertility are as different as our respective journeys to motherhood.


“Most people coming to me are not a sick population, same as you guys, they're like 'I just wanna have my baby, I don't feel sick.' But sometimes you don't know how poorly you're feeling until you feel friggin awesome.”

Listen in as we talk about everything from food sensitivities to fertility trends. Hear our thoughts on trying to conceive on a variety of diets including paleo and vegan—learn if switching up your plate could be an option for you and your partner.

“We're all so different and it's super frustrating that, I think, what we do is we compare ourselves.” -Monica

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Episode Timeline:

[00:23] Intro [01:01] 10 day challenge (March 18th)

[01:54] Meet Sarah, Robin, Devon and Monica

[02:41] Does diet impact fertility health?

[03:29] Thoughts on unique diets and bio-individuality

[07:59] Doubts on the impact of diet on fertility

[11:35] Looking back: An IVF experience

[13:28] What would you change?

[18:03] Getting hung up on a diagnosis

[19:08] Monica's approach to tailoring diets with clients

[22:14] The waiting game

[23:24] Diet recommendations and food sensitivity tests

[27:32] Healing and improving gut health with the elimination diet

[30:19] Vegan diets and keeping an open mind

[33:29] Is this going to get worse? Is our community going to grow?

[36:34] There's something going on there

[37:40] Outro


Join Devon from The Fertility Finance Coach

Sarah from Fab Fertile

Robyn from Robyn Birkin

& me, Monica from Finding Fertility as we discuss - What is the Best Diet to do to Improve your Chances of Getting Pregnant?


So here we go - get ready to become your own HERO!

🍍 #beyourownhero #infertility #ttc #fertilityhealthmatters #ivf

Positive Thoughts, Positive Me

Monica


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Anything written or said about health and diet are my opinions, that I have formed over the years, through trial and error, study, reading, listening and observing. What worked for me, may not work for you. I am not a doctor, nutritionist or dietician and all medical advice should be gotten from a qualified professional. Product recommendations are based on what I used during my infertility journey or wish I had.

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