Over the last 30 years, I’ve worked with thousands of couples and have seen first hand the impact poor nutrition can have on fertility.
Ideally, we’d get all the nutrients we need through diet alone, but I understand that’s not always the case when you lead a busy life. That’s why I developed my range of supplements for male and female fertility, pregnancy and postnatal health.
When I created the supplement collection, I wanted to make sure it would cover every stage of pregnancy, from preconception, trying for a baby, through pregnancy and the postnatal period and beyond.
Today I’m sharing four products you should use for preconception and pregnancy:
Fertility and Preconception Supplements
Vitafem: Vitafem, a premium multivitamin and multimineral supplement, is a simple, effective way for women to support their fertility and ensure they are getting the essential nutrients they need while preparing for pregnancy.
Vitamen: For the guys, we have Vitamen, a clever combination of the vitamins and minerals that are most important for healthy sperm. Its unique formulation is the result of our many years of experience in helping thousands of men get into the best possible nutritional shape prior to conception
Vital DHA: DHA plays a critical role in the development of a baby’s brain during pregnancy and early infancy, and Vital DHA has been designed to help protect both partners’ DNA from oxidative damage during preconception as well as to support normal fertility and healthy sperm production. It also helps post-pregnancy.
Vitamin D Spray: 70% of men and women tested at our clinic have less than optimum levels of Vitamin D, which plays a critical role in reproductive health. My easy to use, Vitamin D booster is sprayed directly onto the tongue, and has been designed to provide additional support for your intake of this vital micro-nutrient.
Consultations are available at our Clinic in London, or our visiting clinics in Dublin and Cork or via Video Conferencing from the comfort of your own home.
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