Hormonal secretion, metabolism and excretion are all swayed by both our nutritional status and the many enzymes systems that may be up, or down-regulated as a result of our unique single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs).
Pregnancy complications, infertility issues and the use of assisted reproductive technology is increasing in Australia and therefore there are many who need assistance.
Naturopath Elizabeth Mucci is at the coal-face of infertility every day in clinic and what she's finding is that there's an alarming trend being overlooked; and that is, underlying infections.
Assessing anti-mullerian hormone (AMH) is becoming more commonplace in older women to provide a measure for fertility expectations, or 'ovarian reserve'. But what is the evidence telling us?
When supporting fertility management, from a functional and naturopathic perspective, there are a number of factors that are typically taken into consideration to optimise fertility and birth outcomes. One emerging area is Nutrigenomics.
On a cellular level, what drives infertility? This is what today's guest, Elizabeth Mucci, is an expert at investigating and resolving in her patients.
Dr Tash is a little bit different. Not only does she have her own YouTube channel: Dr Tash TV, but she is also one of only a handful of medical doctors with specialised training in Reproductive Endocrinology and Fertility. Today she shares her integrative approaches to fertility and other reproductive disorders.
In a time where hormone imbalances are plaguing women in epidemic proportions it is important that women recconect with their menstrual cycle as it's a key marker of their state of health.