Do You Have These Fertility Nutrient Gaps?

Even though two-thirds of the U.S. population is overweight or obese, too many children and adults have nutrient deficiencies. We are just beginning to scratch the surface of our understanding of how nutritional deficits get passed down intergenerationally and affect fertility.

There is a lot of confusion, misinformation, and noise when it comes to the role of nutrition in fertility and pregnancy.

Over the next several weeks, I am going to take you on a journey to improving your fertility and pregnancy IQ through the lens of micronutrients and nutrigenomics.

I will teach you about primemester and perinatal programming (i.e., when and how our exposures during the primemester and pregnancy epigenetically modify lifetime genetic functions in our children and grandchildren). This is an involuntary process, but it’s one that we can do much more deliberately so that we favor the right direction of modification. This is what primemester and pregnancy epigenetics are all about.

Using cutting-edge scientific data, we will set the record straight on the following:

Settling the controversy over too much B9 and B12 during pregnancy as a neurodevelopmental risk factor (e.g., for autism)

Why the RDA (recommended daily allowance) for choline is grossly inadequate for your superbabies (and supergrandbabies)

Why there can be too much of a good thing when it comes to Omega 3s

What prenatal vitamins should and should not contain, and in what amounts

Whether supplements are actually even needed during the primemester and pregnancy

And so much more

This is a series I have been wanting to do for you for a very long time because it is THAT important.

Our modern world is overfed and undernourished. This is a huge piece of the fertility puzzle and the modern world–reproductive biology mismatch that I talk to you about so often. In the next several weeks, you will learn things that you have never before been taught about how nutrition affects your fertility and pregnancy health.

Even though two-thirds of the U.S. population is overweight or obese, too many children and adults have nutrient deficiencies. We are just beginning to scratch the surface of our understanding of how nutritional deficits get passed down intergenerationally and affect fertility.

There is a lot of confusion, misinformation, and noise when it comes to the role of nutrition in fertility and pregnancy.

Over the next several weeks, I am going to take you on a journey to improving your fertility and pregnancy IQ through the lens of micronutrients and nutrigenomics.

I will teach you about primemester and perinatal programming (i.e., when and how our exposures during the primemester and pregnancy epigenetically modify lifetime genetic functions in our children and grandchildren). This is an involuntary process, but it’s one that we can do much more deliberately so that we favor the right direction of modification. This is what primemester and pregnancy epigenetics are all about.

Using cutting-edge scientific data, we will set the record straight on the following:

Settling the controversy over too much B9 and B12 during pregnancy as a neurodevelopmental risk factor (e.g., for autism)

Why the RDA (recommended daily allowance) for choline is grossly inadequate for your superbabies (and supergrandbabies)

Why there can be too much of a good thing when it comes to Omega 3s

What prenatal vitamins should and should not contain, and in what amounts

Whether supplements are actually even needed during the primemester and pregnancy

And so much more

This is a series I have been wanting to do for you for a very long time because it is THAT important.

Our modern world is overfed and undernourished. This is a huge piece of the fertility puzzle and the modern world–reproductive biology mismatch that I talk to you about so often. In the next several weeks, you will learn things that you have never before been taught about how nutrition affects your fertility and pregnancy health.