Naturally Nourishing Fertility Series Part 2
Nutrition and lifestyle factors play a critical role for both women and men in the 4 months prior to conceiving. During this timeframe, as eggs and sperm develop and mature, they are especially vulnerable to inadequate nutrition, environmental exposures and lifestyle factors. Not only does this reduce the chances of conceiving, it plays a role in the epigenetic programming that will affect the health of the baby and potentially future generations.
If you are working with patients who have age-related infertility, recurrent miscarriage, failed IVF cycles, or unexplained infertility, you don’t want to miss this webinar. With targeted nutrition and lifestyle recommendations, you can help individuals and couples break the painful cycle of infertility and also help influence the health of future generations!
In this webinar, you’ll learn:
-The importance of preconception planning with targeted diet and lifestyle changes in the 4 months prior to conceiving can help improve fertility, prevent miscarriage and pregnancy complications
-The role of epigenetics in both fertility and pregnancy outcomes
-How to influence the proper development of egg and sperm with nutrition and lifestyle recommendations
-How to identify potential egg and sperm quality issues
-Interventions for women trying to conceive who are over 40 years old and/or with premature ovarian insufficiency
ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Ayla Barmmer is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, functional medicine practitioner, and the owner and operator of Boston Functional Nutrition, an integrative and functional nutrition practice. Ayla’s primary specialty is women’s health with a special emphasis on hormone balance, infertility, and digestive wellness.
Ayla obtained her undergraduate degree in dietetics and completed her dietetic internship at the University of Connecticut, and earned a Master of Science in Health Communications from Boston University. She has received additional training through Aviva Romm, MD, Integrative and Functional Nutrition Academy (IFNA), Deanna Minich, Ph.D., and more.
Ayla is also a highly sought-after speaker, educator and mentor on topics such as nutrition for fertility, pregnancy, immune health, and gastrointestinal issues. Her expertise has been recognized by Boston Magazine, Tufts Medical Center, Shape, Women’s Health Magazine, and EatingWell. She is also the co-host of Real Food Radio, a podcast about supporting your health naturally and living a life you love.
Professional Disclosure: Ayla Barmmer is the owner/creator of Full Circle Prenatal, a multivitamin prenatal supplement on which she makes a profit from its sales.