Fabulously Fertile Cookbook FAQs
What will you eat?
All the recipes are gluten-free and dairy-free. Did you know that gluten and dairy and two of the top allergens? Approximately 75% of people are intolerant to dairy and 15% are intolerant to gluten. Most of the recipes are plant based, no this doesn’t mean you will need to become vegan; you will still enjoy some animal protein such as chicken, turkey and fish.
How will I know which recipes are good for my infertility diagnosis?
Not sure where to start. Confused about exactly which foods will boost your fertility? Are you following the latest diet trend, but still not getting pregnant? I’ve done the research and have outlined exactly what you need to eat for your infertility type.
What are some of the recipes included in the Fabulously Fertile Cookbook?
Mellow Mango Bowl
Almond Oat Cakes
Veggie Garbanzo Taco
Banana Nut Loaf
Zucchini Apple Muffins
Fruity Oatmeal Muffins
Sesame & Almond-Crusted Chicken Strips
Salmon with Spinach-Dill Cream
Creamy Squash Ginger Soup
Vegetable Cannellini Soup
Rainbow Broccoli Salad
Home-cooked Tuna Salad
Black Bean Avocado Salad
Turkey Meatballs with Tomato Sauce
Fennel Berry Wild Rice
Asparagus Sorghum Salad
Garlic Dulse Popcorn
Cinnamon Fig Granola
Almond Butter Cookies
Who will benefit the most from the Fabulously Fertile Cookbook?
This cookbook is for you if you have Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, (PCOS), endometriosis, unexplained infertility, hormonal imbalance, high or low FSH levels, low AMH levels, premature ovarian failure, low sperm motility and count, luteal phase defect, hypothyroidism. You may also be preparing your body for in vitro fertilization (IVF). Maybe you simply want to prepare your body for conception and clear out the foods that harm fertility and add the foods that are good for fertility..
What if I want to get my body ready to have a baby and I don’t have infertility?
This cookbook will help men and women clear out the junk and toxins from their body and get them ready for conception.
Will I be hungry during the Fabulously Fertile 10 day meal plan?
No. The meal plan is designed to keep you satisfied. You will eat real whole foods that are full of fresh ingredients.
Will I be able to carry on with my daily life (I’m a busy person)?
These recipes are designed to incorporate into a busy schedule.
What if I can’t do it alone and need support?
I offer the Fabulously Fertile coaching program. It takes 90 takes for the egg to renew itself and 70-80 days for the lifecycle of the sperm. The body needs at least 3-6 months to begin to prepare for conception. I know first hand how devastating and frustrating an infertility diagnosis can be, as your dreams of starting or expanding your family are placed on hold. As certified life coach and health coach I guide my clients to supercharge their fertility naturally. Your program includes coaching calls (phone or Skype), customized meal plan and stress busting techniques to get your body ready for conception.
I also offer Functional Lab Testing to test your hormone levels (estrogen, progesterone, testosterone, melatonin, cortisol and more). Unless your doctor is trained in functional medicine they will use different test levels and may miss an opportunity for healing, that could be the preventing you from getting pregnant and having a healthy baby!
I then develop a customized diet and lifestyle plan just for you! Program offered for individuals or couples.