Making Babies: The Nutrition Recipe


Dian Shepperson Mills

For a healthy pregnancy a healthy diet and digestive system are essential to make a healthy mum and dad. You can take matters into your own hands and make sure that you are in the peak of health before you try to fall pregnant.

This booklet explains some of the things that you can do for yourself, giving you ideas to not only improve your health but the health of not only your children but your grandchildren. Remember that the eggs that will become your grandchildren are formed in your womb, if that baby is a girl.

What's in the booklet?

  • It takes 12 months to make a baby
  • Reasons for Sub-fertility
  • Mail and Femail Reproductive Health
  • Issues that Effect your Fertility
  • Factors Important for a Healthy Digestion
  • Rules for a Healthy Diet
  • Suggestions for Weekly Menu Plans
  • What to do now?
  • DVD of Case Histories

Above are some of the topics covered by the booklet. The aim is to give you and your baby the best chance of a long and health life. Obviously, a personalised nutrition consultation gives you a much better option as it will be directed specifically you your individual bodies need, rather than the more general information in the booklet.

Dian Shepperson Mills Cert. Ed. BA Dip. I0N MA is a nutritionist and Director of the Endometriosis and Fertility Clinic. Dian has been a lecturer and tutor at the Institute for Optimum Nutrition in London and now is a Governor of the Institute. She has been a Trustee of the National Endometriosis Society for over five years and currently is the chair of trustees for the Endometriosis SHE Trust. As well as this booklet, Dian has written a book on Endometriosis and many articles on endometriosis and attended all the world Endometriosis Conferences since 1988. She is a member of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine and appart from attending the annual conference has had a number of poster presentations accepted for publication was the founder of the Nutrition Special Interest Group within ASRM and the initial chair of this group.

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