With a foreword by NY Times bestselling author Ann Louise Gittleman, PhD, CNS. Can you change your eating habits and use a holistic nutrition strategy to improve your fertility and health during pregnancy? Yes
For most couples, conception and a healthy pregnancy often take planning, timing, and a lot of patience, even for the most fertile. Throw in some pre-existing health conditions, a few genetic hurdles passed on from parents and grandparents, and you may find you are one of the approximately 7.5 million women in the U.S. dealing with infertility.
In Baby Maker
, Barbara Rodgers shares science-based research and facts that clearly describe the critical role nutrition can play on fertility, the growth of a fetus, and even genetic synthesis in a newborn baby. Baby Maker
offers comprehensive options and a step-by-step plan for improving fertility (for men and women), strengthening the ability of a pregnant mom to carry to term, as well as a plan to support a mother's health during pregnancy. Finally, there is basic information offered on how to jumpstart mom's nutritional health immediately following delivery. This book offers hope to the millions of women who struggle with fertility.
Barbara knows all-too-well the positive effect nutrition and lifestyle changes can make on the human body, as she did after dealing with the challenging, debilitating symptoms of MS for several years and eventually healing from them.
Barbara Rodgers, NC, BCHN, is honored to be a part of your journey towards health, wellness, and parenthood.