Products Suitable For Pregnancy – Before

Gut dysbiosis has now been associated with PCOS, (polycystic ovary syndrome) which is one of the most common causes of infertility.1 So improving your gut health is a safe and natural place to start your fertility journey.

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The following products are suitable for women who are trying to get pregnant:

Probiotic Goats Milk Kefir

Pregnancy Prebiotic

Microbiome Test

Gut Cleanse Tea

CG Teapot

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love the products from this company and their customer service is outstanding
~ Cheryl

Best kefir product on the market with purest ingredients... the only one for us
~ Julie

Brilliant product and company. They always answer my emails and have even rang me personally. Can’t fault them.
~ Ang

...I'm two weeks into my first course and have noticed reduction in my GORD symptoms...
~ Pam M

Lovely product and speedy delivery.
~ Sarah Wright

A company with an interesting story behind it. Dedication and enthusiasm shines through in all their products.
~ NIcholas

Arrived promptly with plenty of warning about delivery. Proper instructions included and very high quality product. Am becoming addicted!
~ Diana Broughton

This totally delicious kefir that has definitely helped my digestion...
~ Jackie Wynne

The break out lotion and soap help keep my palm plantar psoriasis calm...
~ Lisa

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Part of the Royal College of Obstetricians "Mum Plus One" Inititative

Part of the British Dietetic Associations' Healthier You

Whether you are just starting out on your pregnancy journey, or you’ve been on it for a while and are looking for some support, you’re in the right place! It is estimated that infertility affects 1 in 7 heterosexual couples in the UK.2 So if you’re struggling to get pregnant, you’re not alone.

Inside your gut are trillions of live bacteria, called your gut microbiome. Sugar, stress, antibiotics and environmental toxins can damage this fragile ecosystem, resulting in something called “gut dysbiosis.”

References

  1. PLoS ONE - "Association between Polycystic Ovary Syndrome and Gut Microbiota". Written by Yanjie Guo,Yane Qi,Xuefei Yang,Lihui Zhao,Shu Wen,Yinhui Liu,Li Tang on April 19, 2016
    link to articlehttps://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0153196
  2. National Institute for Health and Care Excellence - "Fertility problems: assessment and treatment". February 11, 2013
    link to articlehttps://www.nice.org.uk/guidance/cg156/chapter/Context