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    Nutrition for chronic pelvic pain

    $30.00 USD

    Presented by: Claire Pettitt, RD

    About Claire:

    Claire is a UK & Singapore Registered Dietitian and Nutritionist with 13 years’ experience in clinical practice and nutrition research. Claire is the founder and director of the private practice CP Nutrition.

    About the webinar: 

    Chronic pelvic pain can be a very debilitating condition that may affect the social, personal and work life of many women. In addition, it may be associated with infertility. Recent research has allowed us to better understand how nutrition can can decrease pain and ultimately help combat some symptoms of chronic pelvic pain.

    In this webinar, Claire explores the current research surrounding nutrition for chronic pelvic pain in order to provide an updated recommendation.

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    Optimising pregnancy outcome for clients with Type 1 diabetes

    $30.00 USD

    Presented by: Sally Marchini, APD

    About Sally:

    Sally is an Australian based Accredited Practising Dietitian. After being diagnosed with coeliac disease on top of Type 1 diabetes, Sally decided to turn her adversity into a positive by studying dietetics and developing her private practice, Marchini Nutrition, to help others with complex chronic health conditions.

    About the webinar: 

    While Type 1 diabetes and trying to conceive can be a challenging mix, falling pregnant and having a healthy baby are possible. In order to optimise fertility and have a healthy pregnancy, it is essential that women take some extra dietary strategies into consideration in order to improve glycaemic control.

    In this webinar, Sally explores the current research surrounding pregnancy outcomes and Type 1 diabetes and provides an updated recommendation.

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    Over 35’s & fertility

    $30.00 USD

    Presented by: Anita Beckwith, RD

    About Anita:

    Anita is a UK Registered Dietitian with over 20 years’ experience. Through her NHS and freelance work, Anita has gained particular experience working with women planning for pregnancy from their mid to late 30s.

    About the webinar:

    In general, research suggests that fertility usually starts to decline faster after the age of 35. The quality and quantity of a women’s eggs, and a man’s sperm, both decline making it harder to fall pregnant. But it’s not impossible! And dietary factors may play a significant role in this.

    In this webinar, Anita explores the current research surrounding nutrition and fertility in over 35’s in order to provide an updated recommendation.

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    The importance of choline during pregnancy

    $30.00 USD

    Presented by: Wendy Fedele, APD

    About Wendy:

    As an Accredited Practicing Dietitian and a Mum herself, Wendy is very passionate about helping other Mums and Mums-to-be nourish themselves and give their babies the best possible start to life. Wendy is based in Melbourne, Australia and is the founder of Wendy Fedele Dietitian private practice.

    About the webinar: 

    Choline requirements increase during pregnancy, but it’s been found that approximately 90% of pregnant women don’t meet their choline requirements.

    Research suggests that low intakes of choline during pregnancy may be linked to increased risks of mental health conditions in babies later down the track… and adequate choline intakes during pregnancy have been linked to better cognitive performance in our children.

    In this webinar, Wendy explores the current research surrounding choline and it’s importance during pregnancy and provides an updated recommendation.

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    The Magic of The Mediterranean Diet for Fertility

    $30.00 USD

    Presented by: Stefanie Valakas, APD

    About Stefanie:

    Stefanie is a dietitian based in Sydney, Australia and is the director of The Dietologist. Stefanie helps nourish and support many women, couples and young families during their fertility and pregnancy journeys.

    About the webinar:

    The Mediterranean diet ranks right up there with one of the healthiest ways of eating. With a long list of health benefits linked to it, could improving fertility be another one that can be added to the list?

    In this webinar, Stefanie explores the current research surrounding The Mediterranean Diet and its association with fertility in order to provide an updated recommendation.

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