Eating for fertility with The Fertility Kitchen

It can feel overwhelming to find a sustainable and balanced approach to eating for fertility, creating a fertility diet and balanced meals. Today as part of our fertility expert series Charlotte Grand of The Fertility Kitchen shares how fertility  relies upon a healthy lifestyle and talks us through personalised nutrition and the foundations for optimal fertility – looking beyond the reproductive system. 

Charlotte is a qualified and registered Nutritional Therapist trained in functional medicine. In her practice, she focuses on root cause, individualised nutrition and optimal health to give her clients the best chance of conception and a healthy baby.

She works with a diverse range of clients, from those looking to optimise their preconception wellbeing, to helping couples with fertility issues such as unexplained infertility, recurrent pregnancy loss, male factor infertility, immune and thyroid dysfunction, endometriosis and PCOS, to supporting those navigating assisted conception.

It has been thirteen years since she embarked on her own fertility journey and nine years since she specialised in preconception care and infertility through her work. She continues to be astounded by the medicinal effects of eating well and this drives her passion for cooking, lifestyle and nutritional medicine.

Search for ‘Embrace Fertility’ on your fave podcast player or listen below.

Today Charlotte shares with us:

• Her fertility journey and how it inspired The Fertility Kitchen (business and book) 
• The three pillars of The Fertility Kitchen (Fertility, Food and Life) 
• Fertility: Personalised nutrition, foundations for optimal fertility (looking beyond the reproductive system) 
• Food: Finding a sustainable and balanced approach to eating for fertility and for life, creating an optimal fertility diet, creating balanced meals, fertility ‘super foods’ 
• Life: How optimal fertility also relies upon a healthy lifestyle

Charlotte’s book is now available

Here are some of the recipes that are in The Fertility Kitchen book that we mention in the interview:
Garlic and chilli tenderstem withThai almond sauce, page 189

Rainbow jar salad with green goddess dressing, page 154

Red miso, pak choi and crispy glazed salmon, page 148

Tiramisu chia puddings, page 221

Curried cauliflower with almonds, page 190

Connect with Charlotte

The Fertility Kitchen cookbook: https://amzn.to/3M3bEpZ 

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