Trying to conceive? Confused about which supplements you should be taking when trying to conceive and throughout your pregnancy?
New service NurtureMe.uk is here to help. The NHS recommends Folic Acid and Vitamin D, but it is widely accepted that many other nutrients are beneficial both for optimizing fertility and during pregnancy.
NurtureMe provides high-quality nutritional supplement packages to both men and women, carefully selected by Nutrition Consultant Isabelle Obert, who has 10 years’ experience working with one of the UK’s leading fertility clinics. These are delivered fortnightly, in ready-portioned packages, so you know exactly what to take, when to take it and why.
The supplements that NurtureMe provides are all well-known UK brands, including BioCare, Zita West, Nutri, and Lamberts. However NurtureMe has no allegiance to any particular brand – they choose the right supplements for you.
Abby Parkes, Co-founder of NurtureMe explains “From professional and personal experience we understand how emotionally and physically exhausting trying to get pregnant can be, which is why we want to make a difference.
“There seems to be a lot of confusion surrounding which supplements you can take to improve your chances of conception, and what combinations of supplements are safe. We understand that most women lead full and busy lives and have little time to research this area for themselves.”
Fertility Nutritionist and Co-founder Isabelle Obert adds “Some people are lucky enough to get pregnant soon after they start trying, but for an ever-increasing number of couples it can be much harder to do without help. This can be extremely stressful – and unfortunately stress only makes things worse.”
NurtureMe also offers online consultations with Isabelle for anyone wanting to discuss their situation in more detail.
With all packages there is a range of options to suit all budgets whilst ensuring excellent quality. Even the cheapest package is superior (and costs less) than most high street brands and many packages are under £1 per day. There’s no minimum subscription and you can cancel at any time.