Fertility Nutrition

Did you know if you improve your eating habits, you can dramatically increase your chances of fertility?

Fertility Nutrition Near You

Nutrients play a key role in your body, using foods to improve your overall health can be very helpful. For most, they will suffer from high BMI, Insulin resistant, PCOS, Celiac disease, Autism, Pre-Diabetes, Diabetes, Leakey guts, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Gluten intolerances or just wanting to prepare their body for baby.

We have developed many programs that prepare your body for the fertility process. American Society of Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) recommends lowering your BMI, can significantly impact the ability to conceive. Lisanne Wellness Center knows the importance of Nutrition and Fertility and offers many different programs including consultations, educational workshops, 1 month, and 3-month support, weight loss programs, and detoxification programs.

About Kathryn

Receive a specialized fertility nutrition consultation with Kathryn Flynn, author of the Cooking for Fertility cookbook and Founder of Fertile Foods.com.  Kathryn struggled herself with infertility. Though her own journey, she learned the importance of nutrition as one of her healing sources.

She was fortunate to have the opportunity to work alongside Randine Lewis, author of The Infertility Cure and The Way of the Fertile Soul.  Through her own journey and the journey of 100’s she experienced and found healing power in nutrients. She teaches and guides clients with a three-tiered approach. Kathryn guides you on the best food and lifestyle choices to enhance your fertility based on your individual diagnosis and dietary needs.

Fertility Nutrition Consultations
30 Days: $197.00
90 Days: $497
90 Days: $497
Individual Nutrition Consultations
New Patient: $125
Established Patient: $85
Package of 4 Consults: $260
Nutrition Workshop Series

This an expert led program that gives you a blue print of nutrition for fertility wellness and takes the guess work out of your life.
You will learn how making small changes to your nutrition and lifestyle habits can support your efforts to get pregnant.