Fertility Programme

fertility nutrition

A study conducted by the University of Surrey showed that previously infertile couples who made changes to their diet and took nutritional supplements had an 80% success rate of conception 1. Given the fact that the success rate for IVF is around 20%, nutrition is worth exploring if you are concerned about your fertility.

My Approach

I work with individuals and couples to provide tailored nutrition and lifestyle advice to optimise their chances of achieving a healthy pregnancy. Consultations take place at my clinics in the City of London, and Hertfordshire. Online consultations are recommended for long-distance and international clients.

By taking a detailed case history, I aim to uncover and address any factors which may be causing fertility problems. I advise that couples come to see me three months before trying to conceive. This is because it takes nearly three months for the egg to mature ready for ovulation, and sperm to develop.

Who may benefit from the programme?

  • Women with a history of miscarriage.
  • Women with known gynaecological conditions such as endometriosis, fibroids and PCOS, or problems with ovulation.
  • Older couples who would like to increase their chance of a healthy conception.
  • Men with low sperm count or sperm quality.
  • Couples who would like nutritional support to improve the success rate of IVF.

What is included in the programme?

  • A fifty minute consultation (one and half hours for couples).
  • A personalised fertility nutrition and lifestyle programme.
  • A supplement programme (if necessary).

Remote consultations are carried out either face-to-face via my virtual consultation room or by telephone. These are ideal for long-distance and international clients.

Private Insurance

  • A recognised Pru Health provider (provider number PRU3618982).
  • Covered by selected health cash plans such as Health Shield and Westfield Health.

For feedback from my previous fertility clients please see my testimonials page.

If you would like further information on what’s involved or to discuss whether nutritional therapy may be suitable for your needs, feel free to get in touch.

  1. Ward N and Eaton K (1995). Preconceptional Care and Pregnancy Outcome. Journal of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine, 5: 205-208.