Updated: Dec 13, 2019

Hello Beautiful People! Are you on a "Fertility Diet" to help increase your chances of getting pregnant naturally or to improve your chances of IVF success?

Do you feel like it's just not working for you? For the simple fact that you're not pregnant yet, or you can't maintain a healthy pregnancy. I feel ya girl - I was there for years! And here's what I learnt - there's NO perfect fertility diet that everyone dealing with infertility should be doing.

We all have different needs & we have to figure out what the perfect fertility diet is for us. I went Paleo for over a year and even though it helped me improve my overall health & embryo quality I didn't get pregnant - even with the support of IVF.

I had to dig deeper and figure out what foods worked best for me & what was causing inflammation = my unexplained infertility.

Sarah & I discuss why your Fertility Diet might not be working for you & how to figure out what you need to do to create the best fertility diet for your self!

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

🍍 #beyourownhero#infertility#ttc #ivf

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Anything written or said about health and diet are our opinions, that we have formed over the years, through trial and error, study, reading, listening and observing. What worked for us, may not work for you. We are not doctors, nutritionists or dieticians and all medical advice should be gotten from a qualified professional. Any product recommendations are based on what we used during our infertility journeys or wished we had.

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