Toxins and fertility – a nutritionist talks diet, detoxing, what to avoid when TTC

20 Jan 2022

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The 101 on toxins and fertility

We’re not big fans of fearmongering – but the fact is, our world is becoming increasingly toxic, and we’re getting exposed to many of these toxins in our everyday lives. 

And when it comes to toxins and fertility, evidence shows that toxins do have the potential to harm our health. Yet no one wants to feel worried or stressed about staying on top of a healthier lifestyle – especially when you’re trying to conceive or are pregnant.

In this podcast, we sat down with Rachel Bartholomew, nutritionist at Nutri Advanced, to unpack the impact of toxins on fertility, and how to navigate.

What toxins should I avoid when TTC, and how?

If you’re worried about toxins when trying to get pregnant and are looking for easy, actionable ways to improve your diet and lifestyle for fertility – we’ve got you.

Check out the podcast for the expert perspective, plus answers to:

  • What are toxins and where do they come from?
  • Which toxins should I avoid when TTC or pregnant?
  • What lifestyle changes help limit toxins?

We also chat through all things detox, including:

  • What is a detox?  What isn’t a detox?
  • Is it safe to detox when TTC or during pregnancy?
  • How can I detoxify my body?
  • Where can I learn more about toxins and the body?

Adding a high-quality multivitamin and mineral supplement into your diet that has been specially designed for preconception and during pregnancy is a great way to ensure optimal intake of key nutrients.

Get 20% off all Nutri Advanced supplements by entering code TRB20 at checkout.

You can also book a 10-minute product advice call with a qualified Nutri Advanced nutritionist here and visit the Nutri Advanced website to learn more about these fertility-boosting nutrients.

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