How the Program Works

I created The Fertility Fix program to show you how to take control of your hormonal health and dramatically improve your chance of conceiving by making changes to your diet and lifestyle to naturally balance your entire endocrine system.

Improving your diet and nutritional status is one of the easiest, safest, and most powerful changes you can make to increase your fertility. Countless studies have shown that diet and lifestyle changes can improve many conditions that impair fertility, promote healthy ovulation, lessen the likelihood of miscarriage, promote a healthier pregnancy, and ultimately lay the groundwork for the long-term health of your future child.

Although you may currently be eating in a way that seems healthy and well-balanced, you may not be eating in the best way to promote fertility. For example, did you know that eating low-fat dairy products has actually been proven to impair fertility? Likewise, there are many specific foods that you may not be eating, that can easily be added to your diet to dramatically increase your chances of conceiving.

The nutrients in your food act as messengers, signaling your body to increase the production of some hormones and decrease the presence of others. When trying to conceive, the best diet is one that works with your body to balance your entire endocrine system, eliminate barriers to conception, and naturally increase your fertility.

Your endocrine system is a complex symphony of hormonal signals that control your fertility and many other aspects of your physiology. If one small part is out of balance, it can create discord in the entire system. The Fertility Fix program will rebalance your entire body and increase fertility by focusing on the following endocrine issues:

Balance Blood Sugar and Insulin
Blood sugar and insulin imbalance affect your reproductive system in a variety of ways, including impairing ovulation, promoting unhealthy cortisol levels, overburdening your liver, contributing to PCOS, and creating an unhealthy balance of estrogen and progesterone. You don’t have to be overweight or have been diagnosed with blood sugar dysregulation to have an impaired insulin response.

Support the Thyroid
An underactive thyroid can result in anovulatory cycles, luteal phase defect, high prolactin levels, or estrogen imbalance, all of which interfere with conception and make getting pregnant difficult or impossible. As with an impaired insulin response, many thyroid issues go undiagnosed.

Heal the Gut
In addition to contributing to possible immune system dysfunction that can negatively affect fertility, gut dysbiosis can stress your body leading to elevated cortisol levels and interfere with the breakdown and elimination of excess sex hormones.

Replenish the Adrenals
The HPA (hypothalamus-pituitary-adrenal) Axis controls your response to stress and disruption can lead to imbalances in many other parts of the endocrine system. Chronically elevated cortisol levels can deplete your body of hormonal precursors needed to manufacture progesterone. Low progesterone can cause infertility as well as early miscarriage.

Support Natural Detoxification Pathways
Congestion of the body’s natural detoxification pathways can slow the breakdown and elimination of estrogen, leading to an imbalance of estrogen and progesterone.

The Fertility Fix addresses each of these issues to rebalance your entire endocrine system and help you conceive easily and naturally. If you’d like more help getting started, or if you’ve already made some changes to increase your chances of conceiving and are ready to take your health and fertility to the next level, click here to learn more about joining The Fertility Fix program.

Disclaimer

The information provided on this site is provided for informational purposes only, and is not intended to diagnose, treat, or prevent any disease or illness. While I always advise taking an active role in your own health care, the information on this site is not intended as medical advice. Please talk to your health care provider before making any changes to your diet or supplement regimen to ensure they are appropriate for you and your specific health goals.