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Optimising your fertility

Our programme for optimising fertility is an intensive programme focused on preparing your body for pregnancy.

Optimising your fertility

It is widely recognised that having the right balance of nutrients is important when planning a pregnancy. For example, good levels of zinc are required for egg development and successful fertilisation. A number of lifestyle, dietary and physiological factors can influence nutrient levels resulting in deficiencies and imbalances which can affect fertility in both men and women.

In your initial consultation with your nutritional therapist we will take a comprehensive diet, lifestyle and medical history in order to assess which imbalances and deficiencies are specific to you. We will also consider whether there are other issues that may be affecting your health. These include digestive, adrenal, hormonal and immune system problems.

Included in this package is a Toxic Element Clearance Profile (Urine) test, which will give you a good indication of which imbalances are specific to you and whether or not we need to consider that you are carrying a toxic load that could affect your chances of conception and/or the health of your baby.

Subsequent consultations will be tailored to your individual needs; addressing health issues that are specific to you over a period of four months.

Details:

Duration: 4 months

This includes:

  • 1 x initial consultation (usually £75.00),
  • 3 x follow-up consultations (usually £45.00),
  • 1 x Genova Toxic Element Clearance Profile (Urine) (usually £78.00),
  • 1 x Nutri UltraClear +pH (usually £47.85).

Price for this package: £300.00

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After being diagnosed with complex medical problems, I consulted Nutrition Mission. They asked about my symptoms in a professional and sympathetic way. Afterwards they made suggestions which alleviated my condition. I was very pleased with the consultation and the help and support which they have given me.
Sharon Wrigglesworth
18 January 2010