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Natural Fertility

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Planning for a new baby is an exciting time for any couple, but far too often we stumble upon difficulties falling pregnant. With the busy, hustle and bustle lives that we lead,  we often don’t look after the nutritional and stress management needs that our bodies require to remain vital and fertile.   This often leads to hormonal imbalances for men and women and leads to infertility.

Research now shows the importance of good nutrition during the preconception period.  Studies have shown that the majority of Australians don’t receive their optimal daily intake of nourishment and are often deficient in many of the important nutrients required for optimal fertility.  Many of our lifestyle decisions deplete us of essential nutrients for conception.

Common Lifestyle Concerns That May Effect your Fertility

There are numerous lifestyle, dietary factors and health concerns that can lead to infertility and issues with falling pregnant, with the most common including:

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If you are thinking about having a baby now or in the future, it is not too early to start preparing for a safe pregnancy and healthy baby.   Many people have health concerns that reduce the likelihood of falling pregnant.  It is important to clear all imbalances in the body before falling pregnant and make sure that your body is in good shape to have a baby.

With the help of Tracie our principal naturopath, you will receive dietary guidance, lifestyle improvements and appropriate supplements to increase your chances of conceiving. Tracie has over her 30 years in practice and has helped hundreds of couples have wonderful bundles of joy.

Both Men and Women can have problems with their fertility. A healthy and well-nourished body is usually a fertile body. Tracie Acheson ND has speciality qualifications in Natural Fertility Management and can address the requirements of the individual to ensure they regain their fertility and realise their dream of a wonderful healthy baby. She has years of experience working with female reproductive concerns like PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome), endometriosis, menstrual problems and other hormonal imbalances.

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The ideal time to see Tracie is approximately 4-5 months prior to trying to conceive.

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NATURAL FERTILITY: Oral contraceptive pill, medications, existing reproductive problems, existing health concerns, an unhealthy lifestyle, poor nutrition, smoking stress, chemical exposure, poor diet and/or digestion, alcohol, sugar, coffee, soft drinks, refined foods.