• 7 changes Kate made to reverse her infertility I don’t normally run guest posts on this blog. But this topic is very close to my heart and my mate Kate Callaghan and I have been talking about this issue together for a while. She recently emailed to share she’d become pregnant only 15 months after being told she was infertile and kids were a more
  • “I had to put on weight. This is how I coped.” Today I want to share a yarn that holistic nutritionist Kate Callaghan recently shared on her blog. Kate is a loved member of the I Quit Sugar family and worked in the office for some time before moving to New Zealand. She gets it. She lives it. She also has a few things in common more
  • how to eat to fall pregnant: a Chris Kresser ebook I know many of you have asked, what’s the best way to eat when trying to get pregnant. I’ve since found an amazing resource…which follows the same principles I adhere to. I did a podcast with Dr Chris Kresser, a practitioner of integrative medicine and creator of The Healthy Skeptic blog, last year, and discovered that Chris more
  • The 10 things you must do now to fix your fertility So, so, so many people around me have hormone issues and fertility challenges. It breaks my heart. The sense of loss is palpable. I recently read stats from the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare that at least 1 in 4 (and it’s getting closer to 3) women in Australia will not have kids…this is more
  • question: “how do you deal with infertility?” Every now and then I answer a question from a reader that I figure best to answer en masse…here’s one that struck me recently: I recently dug up this question from reader Dharma. It was in response to my interview with Brene Brown on vulnerability. It’s a doozie. Ok, I have a question for you. more
  • Tuesday eats: why i don’t drink soy milk I used to drink the stuff a bit. I got sucked in by the health messages. Then I got told it’s a no-go for anyone with thyroid issues. Then I learned it’s really a no-go for everyone. I know soooo many of you drink it in your coffee or tea.. Perhaps you’d like to reconsider more
  • Tuesday eats: millet Millet is great. Have you eaten millet? It’s a super grain. It’s kind of like quinoa (high in protein, gluten-free, substitute for rice/couscous/flour), but is crunchier and is also: * high in silica, which is great for bones * soothing, especially for indigestion or morning sickness * anti-fungal; helps ease Candida symptoms * improves breath more
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