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Female Fertility

The impact of diet and lifestyle

Ro Huntriss

Wednesday 30 November 20:00–21:00 GMT

Female Fertility

The impact of diet and lifestyle

Ro Huntriss

Wednesday 30 November 20:00–21:00 GMT

R

Free

60mins

CONTENT AND LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Approximately 3.5 million people in the UK are thought to be impacted by infertility. Diet and lifestyle choices are key modifiable risk factors in fertility management and their impact is often overlooked. This webinar will discuss the latest evidence regarding the power of dietary and lifestyle modifications and how they can influence female fertility.

There are many possible causes of infertility for both males and females, and nutrition and lifestyle form an important piece of the fertility puzzle. Not only that, but research has shown that preconception nutrition can play a role in the health outcomes of a baby.

In this webinar, Specialist Fertility Dietitian, Ro Huntriss, will focus on female fertility to share how nutrition, lifestyle and certain conditions can impact female fertility and the practical advice we can give to support those who may be trying to conceive.

This webinar covers:

  • Female fertility basics
  • How diet and lifestyle habits can influence female fertility
  • Health conditions affecting female fertility

Watch this webinar to:

Gain understanding of
  • The basics of female fertility
  • How diet can influence female fertility
  • How lifestyle choices can influence female fertility
Be aware of
  • Health conditions which impact female fertility
  • Important dietary factors for female fertility
Be able to
  • Understand the impact of diet and lifestyle choices on female fertility
  • Support female clients in optimising their fertility
Dr Duane Mellor Senior Teaching Fellow Aston Medical School Aston University

Expert speaker

Ro Huntriss
Specialist Fertility Dietitian
Dietitian Ro Ltd

@fertility.dietitian.uk

Ro Huntriss is a Specialist Fertility Dietitian and is passionate about raising the profile of dietetics within fertility management. She is a founding committee member of the BDA Maternal and Fertility Nutrition Specialist Group and runs the instagram page @fertility.dietitian.uk and the corresponding Facebook page, Fertility Dietitian UK..

Melissa Mogor

WEBINAR HOST AND MODERATOR

Rosie Long
Nutrition Marketing Lead, Registered Associate Nutritionist, MyNutriWeb

@mynutriweb

CPD CERTIFICATE & LEARNING MATERIALS

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This webinar is being run in association with the BDA Maternal and Fertility Group

About BDA Maternal and Fertility Group

The Maternal and Fertility Nutrition Group are a specialist group of the British Dietetic Association. The ambitious and passionate group are dedicated to research, education and improving the standards and quality of care to patients accessing such services nationwide.

Learn more about what the group are up to on Twitter and Instagram.

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