How lifestyle and stress affects your fertility {Video}

Did you know that poor lifestyle choices like smoking and drinking can have a significant impact on your fertility? (yep – both the guys and the girls!) In this video, Nikki looks at how your health habits affect your chance for a healthy and successful pregnancy.  


Pantry Flip! For a clear and calm pregnancy and lifestyle

Pregnancy is one of the most important times in life to look at the foods in your life and assess if it is best for you and your future kiddies. This will help your future baby but also your whole family if they are keen to get on board the pregnancy nutrition bandwagon, which straight…


Lifestyle Changes for Preconception

Want to know about the small changes you can make to your lifestyle when planning your pregnancy journey? If pulling out your juicer or attempting downward dog yoga pose is low on your priority list and in the too hard basket for preconception care, follow these simple tips for preconception to achieve optimal health during…


#organic for pregnancy nutrition

So what about nutrition for pregnancy? Can’t I just get the nutrients I need for a healthy pregnancy through my pregnancy multivitamins? Yes, you may be able to, but the foods you are eating around this time may be responsible for a lot more than the average baby brain may think! We are talking about…


Preconception, Nourishing the Soil

So you have made the big decision to plan for a baby and think about preconception and pregnancy nutrition, congratulations!  While some pregnant women may paint the total blissful picture of pregnancy the whole way through – haaaahaha – I hear second time mum’s out there, it may not be this way for others. Blissful…

Image Is my thyroid ok or not?

Is my thyroid ok or not?

Feeling fatigued? Poor memory and concentration? Cold hands and feet? Weight gain? Struggling to conceive? These are common symptoms of hypothyroidism or subclinical hypothyroidism. Commonly, a doctor will request a TSH (thyroid stimulating hormone) test and if that is within the normal range of 0.4-4.00 mU/L, then you are usually told there is nothing wrong…