Net Doctor - How Acupuncture Can Boost Fertility

Net Doctor - How Acupuncture Can Boost Fertility

If you've been trying to get pregnant without success, it can be an incredibly frustrating and stressful time. But once you've ruled out any major health-related obstacles, acupuncture is one of the most popular alternative therapies to help boost fertility.

We speak to women's health expert and registered acupuncturist Emma Cannon about turning to acupuncture to rebalance your energy flow and prime your body for fertility…

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The MotherKind Podcast: How To Live A Fertile Life With Emma Cannon

The MotherKind Podcast: How To Live A Fertile Life With Emma Cannon

Emma Cannon is a fertility and women’s health expert, registered acupuncturist, founder of the Emma Cannon Clinic, and a mentor and speaker. With over 20 years in clinical practice, from her fertility rooms she has helped countless patients achieve their dream of having a family. She is the author of four books including the best-selling The Baby Making Bible. Her fifth book, FERTILE, was published in March 2017.

Even if you've never struggled with fertility this podcast will still educate and inspire. Emma's and I chat about living a 'fertile life' replacing lack with abundance and barren thinking with fertile thinking.....

Want to know what the 50,000 women she has worked with have in common? 
Or what Emma is teaching her daughters about fertility and women's health? 
Hear what Emma thinks are the 5 pillars of living a fertile life and how we can implement them in our lives.

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Think Positive – Fertility Fundamentals From Emma Cannon

Think Positive – Fertility Fundamentals From Emma Cannon

Our fertility is very precious and it does not last for ever. The way we choose to live our lives will inevitably affect our overall health and our fertility. Of course, there are factors in life that we are unable to change, for example, our inherited constitution, accidents and some illnesses. Lifestyle, however, is an area where those wishing to conceive can exert some control. Fertility specialist, Emma Cannon (Author of FERTILE) explains how lifestyle choices may impact your fertility and how you can make wise choices to boost your chances of conceiving…

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Mother & Baby: Your fertility questions answered – an interview with Emma Cannon

Mother & Baby: Your fertility questions answered – an interview with Emma Cannon

Although it might not be a subject we talk about with our friends over coffee, if you’re struggling with fertility issues, it can be hard to know where to turn. We sat down with fertility expert and author, Emma Cannon, who answered your questions, and talked about her new book ‘Fertile’. Watch the full interview and have a read of our favourite questions below.

 I’m 44 and pregnant, do I need to be doing any extra because of my age? 

Well I’m going to answer this question in two parts…

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Fertile - a new book by Emma Cannon

FERTILE is the fourth book written by the respected writer, fertility expert and TedX speaker Emma Cannon, author of the bestseller The Babymaking Bible. This beautifully photographed and illustrated hardback book contains a wealth of practical advice and information coupled with a raft of nourishing and delicious fertility-enhancing recipes by nutritionist Victoria Wells. The book is ultimately an inspiring celebration of life and food, of passion, pleasure, emotion and creation – the intrinsically linked key factors for creating a baby.

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Vogue January 2017 - Fertility Debate: How Late Is Too Late?

Vogue January 2017 - Fertility Debate: How Late Is Too Late?

More of us than ever are having babies in our thirties and forties, which means more of us are struggling to conceive. But what are the costs of leaving it later? Charlotte Sinclair investigates in the May 2012 issue of Vogue.

There’s a game I like to play with my husband when we go out to dinner. It’s called How Long Until Someone Asks If We’re Going To Have Babies. Inevitably, as the wine is poured, a well-meaning guest will ask me if I have children, and when I say no, comes the rejoinder: “Will you have any soon?” Really, they might as well ask me “How’s your womb?” or “Had any good sex recently?” My husband deals with such incursions into our personal life by delivering the roadblock: “The thing is, I don’t really like children.” (Untrue, but it seems to do the trick.) I just smile and offer, obliquely: “Yes, maybe, soon-ish.” There is clearly something faintly disquieting about a 33-year-old married woman whose stomach stays obstinately unswollen…

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