Healthy Pregnancy Is Not A Guarantee

As we make amazing advances as a civilization, reproduction seems to follow a different trajectory - with subfertility, pregnancy complications, and childhood illnesses on the rise.

What you do before pregnancy has a lifetime impact on your child

Health is multi-faceted, as is the impact of a parent’s current health on their future children. Influences come from many aspects, including…

  • What you consume
  • Your relationship with yourself & others
  • Your environment

What Is Happening?!

With great advances comes byproducts - some of which are leading to a decline in overall health and vitality.


  • Chemical, mold, radiation & metal over-exposures
  • Toxic waste in food, water & air supply
  • Unprecedented lack of nutrition
  • Overt use of medications
  • Constant daily stress


Did You Know?


46% of pregnancies in the United States are unintended, which is associated with negative pregnancy and birth outcomes


30% of infertility cases have at least one contributing factor from both the male and female partners


Adequate Vitamin B12 levels reduce preterm birth risk by as much as 60%. This is one of hundreds of nutritional contributions to healthy pregnancy and birth outcomes.

Maternal Health

Low level thyroid dysfunction is present in up to 10% of PCOS patients - 2 conditions associated with subfertility


Problems With Modern Pregnancy

Modern pregnancy is treated as an isolated event, generally separate from mom and dad’s preconception bodies and lifestyles, as well as mom’s postpartum body. When we don’t incorporate the multifactorial nature of conception and pregnancy, we disconnect a new life from their origins. Without being proactive regarding mom and dad’s health, nutrition, and toxic exposures, susceptibility to poor outcomes rise, including:

  • Pregnancy Loss
  • Infertility
  • Pre-terms Birth
  • Unplanned/Unwanted C-section Delivery
  • Birth Defects
  • Maternal Complications
  • Postpartum Depression


Much like our food influences our health, the relationships we find ourselves in can either nourish our mental, emotional, and spiritual self…or they can harm us.


Arguably the most important relationship you are in is the one with yourself. It’s who you spend the most time with, converse with most often, and believe more than anyone else.

This includes:

  • How you speak to yourself
  • Value in your own health and self-care
  • The way you view your needs as important - or not
  • Priorities with regard to your needs and responsibilities, and the power of saying “no”.
  • The relationship of your body systems with each other - mental, emotional, physical, chemical, neurological, microbial, and hormonal


This is every other person or being you interact with. Your partner, children, family, friends, boss, co-workers, and even your spiritual relationships.

This includes:

  • Toxic relationships and those you may be able to part ways with
  • Communication with those you are closest with
  • Boundaries set within relationships, or if you need to set some in place
  • The time you prioritize to nurture your faith or spiritual relationships

What You Consume Can Heal or Harm with Modern Conveniences Come an Array of Toxic Substances Available to the Public, Touted as “Food” or Healing Compounds. If We Aren’t Actively Eating Food and Nutrients Nourishing to Our Bodies, We Can Fall into a Cycle of Not Only Undernutrition, but Actively Consuming Harmful Substances Such as… Unnecessary Medications GMO Foods Unclean Water Preservatives Convenience Meals Unhealthy Snacks We Address Healthy Nutrition for the Preconception Journey, and Also Supporting Effective Digestion and Absorption of Those Nutrients in PreBaby Bootcamp!


Our Environment Has Become Toxic

For the sake of convenience, entertainment, and economy, we have introduced a whole host of toxic exposures in our world. These are areas the preconception family should be aware of and have strategies to mitigate the risks from:

  • Heavy Metals
  • Industrial Pollution
  • Environmental Chemicals
  • Mold/water damaged buildings
  • EMF/Wireless
  • Radiation
  • PFAS/forever chemicals
  • Contaminated Water


We address Toxic Burden and the body's ability to detoxify in PreBaby Bootcamp!

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Preconception Courses FAQ

We get you have questions - here are answers to the most frequent ones we get.

If you have more, please don't hesitate to contact us.

Yes! The ideal time to start planning your conception is months, if not years, before you want to conceive. The earlier you start, the more time you’ll have to implement what is discussed in the courses.

We have two options to choose from, including a mini course (good for those just testing the waters of preconception planning), and an advanced course, perfect for those ready to go all-in on their preconception journey. Both courses require no prior knowledge or formal education of any kind! 

Course access is unlimited. Enjoy at your own, and go back to review as much as you need!

While these courses don't exclusively address infertility, everything that is discussed can and should be applied to a couple experiencing fertility issues. Often times, one or more of the topics discussed within the courses is overlooked in a traditional infertility counseling setting.

The most likely reason is that traditional western medicine and health care is reactionary in nature. Meaning, rather than prepare a woman or couple long before conception, intervention steps are only taken once there is an observed issue, such as trouble conceiving or carrying a pregnancy to full-term.

By being pro-active, many couples can avoid these heartbreaking troubles to begin with.

Every plan is different and you should contact your financial institution. Keep in mind, the amount of the course is a tiny fraction of the cost many families pay after encountering potentially avoidable issues with fertility and pregnancy.