Pregnancy planning

Pre-pregnancy planning keeps you and your future baby healthy

Physical & mental pre-pregnancy detox 

Planning to have a baby can be very exciting and draining too. As there is a lot to take care of.

Nature presents its demands too. In order for you to conceive, you need to prove having a sufficient amount of mental and physical resources for pregnancy, giving birth and managing the first year of a baby’s life. Which can be a rather exhausting period. 

Some moms develop depression, some couples note that dealing with constant unpredictable situations weakens their immune system and sex drive. Which negatively impacts their relationships.

Why? Because the modern world is fast and our mental and physical resources are limited. And we need to reset occasionally.

Where to start? Pause and get your mental and physical supplies to the optimal level. Do a deep detox program to cleanse your body from accumulated stress and toxins. Yes, you both will pass some harmful toxins to your baby at conceptionread more

Body Detox

Often our concern for a baby starts when we get pregnant. But given the toxic load we carry around and the fact that a baby will partially inherit it, we should be doing detox before trying to conceive.

As each following generation inherits the toxins of the previous ones, the diseases like diabetes, obesity, ADD, autism, cancers become more frequent and younger. In fact, newborn babies have nearly 300 toxins in their blood, which are known to cause cancer and damage the nervous system.

“Washout” studies demonstrate that just in a span of days, we can eliminate significant amounts of toxins from our bodies. So it’s worth doing “cleaning up” before conception.

In our practice, we usually work with women three- to six-months before planning to conceive to optimize their health and build up certain level of vitamins. Pre-conceiving detox, by the way, increases fertility for both partners.

We really want to emphasize that none of this is meant to scare or blame parents. The problems we’re seeing in kids are, though, a wakeup call to the fact that things need to change. It’s about learning the real risks and protecting our kids… read more

Weight Loss

Excessive weight and obesity,  a BMI of 25+,  are associated with risks for you and your baby. The best way to protect your health and your baby’s well being is to gradually lose some weight before you become pregnant.

By stabilizing your weight, you increase your chances of conceiving naturally and reduce the chance of problems associated with being overweight in pregnancy.

For a mommy. A high BMI significantly raise your risk of having a miscarriage, giving birth early or having a stillbirth. Other risks are: thrombosis, gestational diabetes, high blood pressure, caesarean birth. The higher BMI, the greater risks.

For a baby. Higher chance of certain conditions like asthma, heart or neural tube defects, chronic health issues and sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS).

Where to start? If you have excess weight, and it is not the course of hormonal disorders, we suggest starting with our healthy weight loss program that also includes detoxification. 

Important! Avoid dramatic changes: starving is a big stress for your body that can mess up your hormones. Healthy and holistic approach is needed and we can help you on your way… read more

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