Searching for preconception nutrition tips with a plant-based twist but ending your evening scrolls with a lack of confidence? Sense of overwhelm? Or like there is something missing? Feeling like there something more you could be doing to boost your fertility?
You're not wrong.
You wonder if diet plays a role in pregnancy loss and whether or not a fertility friendly diet must include animals foods...
Maybe you are doubting your plant-baes dietary choices and wondering if there is something missing that is/could be reducing your chances of conceiving.
Your nightly Google searches end up with more questions than answers, and you're starting to wonder if a plant-based diet can be fertility friendly.
With the right framework and a step-by-step action plan, being plant-based and preparing for pregnancy can go together. It can be easy and effortless.
You can start to feel your best before pregnancy, and at the same time boost those baby making nutrients to help you get pregnant and stay plant-based.
Feeling overwhelmed and lacking confidence with how to stay plant based and while trying to conceive.
Feeling supporting and knowledgeable about what fertility friendly nutrients are needed and where to find them in plants.
Knowing exactly what foods to include daily to boost egg health, sperm health and grow a healthy baby.
Being scared and worried that your diet may be impacting your chances of becoming a Mama.
The relief and sense of empowerment when you not only know the risks but the nutrition strategies to avoid them.
The frustration and confusion when Google continues to highlight the risks of a plant-based diet.
Week 5 and 6 we go deep and wide to cover key how a plant-based diet needs to be tweaked for PCOS, recurrent miscarriage and Endometriosis.
By week 2 it's all about key baby making nutrients and where to find them in plant-based foods and by week 3 we chat building a fertility friendly pantry.
Straight up! Discover what your most recent blood test is saying and how to prevent and correct common nutrient deficiencies.
Improve your changes of becoming a Mama and by the end of the 6 weeks come away with your very own Plant-based Fertility Nutrition Roadmap.
We cover the basics of why you should be eating carbs everyday, their role in fertility, ovulation and egg healthy. We cover essential fats you can't live without and plant proteins needed for healthy hormones. Plus you get to determine your own unique requirements to start building your Plant-based Fertility Roadmap.
These lessons are all about building a fertility friendly kitchen and pantry and understanding how our environment and different cooking methods can impact fertility. We're talking grocery lists, pantry checklists and easy-to-follow cooking tips and tricks.
Inside Prep Your Body For Baby I help you nourish your fertility to help you feel your best, get pregnant and stay plant-based. I love helping plant-based women who have been told they need to change their diet to get pregnant, feel confident eating right to boost their fertility and get pregnant with ease. With small tweaks to your diet and supplements you can kickstart your fertility and plant-based pregnancy journey, your health and your baby's health.
"After a couple of weeks of working with Bec, and I was pregnant again, and this time I knew exactly what I needed to do to nourish my body to keep pregnant and remain vegan. Fast forward and I am almost 34 weeks pregnant and getting ready to welcome little bean earth side. I truly could not have stayed confident in my diet decisions without Becs road map, insight and support and I know I’m nourishing not only me but the little one growing inside of me."
"Helpful and friendly with simple explanations to all of our questions. Gave my partner confidence to enjoy her pregnancy. Whether you are vegan or plant based, definitely worth the investment!"
"I really enjoyed my first week, I loved all the snack ideas and also the breakfast and lunch options."
"I really love the guide so thank you so much for creating that! I’m excited that I have such a comprehensive resource that I can keep referring back to through my pregnancy…"
Vegetarians and vegans are at risk of nutritional deficiencies which can affect baby’s growth, development and your recovery as a new Mama... unless adequate nutrients are met.
Less than 1% of pregnant women in Australia are meeting their micronutrient needs during pregnancy meaning the more time you have to prepare and boost nutrients, the better for you and baby.
33% of women worldwide experience iron deficiency anaemia during pregnancy but this can be prevented with preconception nutrition.
Prepare for pregnancy and join Prep Your Body For Baby.
Correcting nutrient deficiencies now will boost egg quality and can also reduce the risk of postpartum depression and depletion helping you feel your best, recover quicker and start Mamahood off on the right foot.
Gain clarity and confidence in how a plant-based diet should look in the lead up to pregnancy so that you can get pregnant and stay plant-based.
Feel your best before starting a family and at the same time boost those baby making nutrients to kickstart your future baby's health.
Tweak, swap and say goodbye to low levels of iron, vitamin D and other common nutrient deficiencies that are getting in the way of you having a baby.
Understand how diet and lifestyle impact your fertility and how diet and supplements can help.
No. If you wish to work 1:1 with Bec and get your very own Plant-based Pregnancy Nutrition Roadmap please view the Work with Bec page to learn more.
Yes! Prep Your Body For Baby is designed to help you get pregnant and stay plant-based.
Once you join Prep Your Body For Baby you have access for life.
Plant-based couples starting to think about trying for a baby in 3-12months time.
Plant-based couples who have started trying for a baby in the last 3-12 months but are unsure why it's taking so long.
Plant-based women who want to feel their best prior to pregnancy, boost egg quality and tick off all the essentials nutrients to get pregnant with ease and stay plant-based.
Couples starting to think about trying for a baby in 3-12months time that have no intention of being plant-based (one or both).
Couples who have started trying for a baby in the last 3-12 months but are happy wasting time Googling the answer only to end up feeling overwhelmed and confused.
Plant-based women who don't want to feel their best prior to pregnancy and would rather take an off the shelf supplement than get advice from an Accredited Practising Dietitian.
Or maybe you have started trying for a baby and experienced pregnancy loss. Maybe it's taking longer than expected and you have no idea if your plant-based diet is playing a role.
If so, Prep Your Body For Baby is for you.