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How to Boost Your Fertility in Your 30’s

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In this video, we’ll take a closer look at what the research really says about fertility, getting pregnant, and aging. Plus, we’ll explore some ways to naturally increase your fertility in your 30s. No matter if you’re in your early, mid, or late 30s, it’s never too late to optimize your fertility and increase your chances of conceiving.

If you’re anything like most of my clients (and me), you always imagined you’d be a mom one day. You always planned it would happen someday, but somehow, time slipped by a little faster than you expected. Maybe it was grad school or pursuing your dream career. Or maybe, it was the desire to travel or not finding a partner until later in life.

Whatever the reason, babies were on the back burner. And now, you’re in your 30s and wondering if it’s too late. I have good news for you, it’s not. Improving your fertility is possible in your 30s.

Kendra Tolbert, MS, RDN, RYT recommends chatting with your health care team before making changes to your lifestyle. The information shared here is for educational and informational purposes only.

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Kendra Tolbert MS, RDN, RYThttps://livefertile.com/
Kendra Tolbert MS, RDN, RYT is a women's health registered dietitian nutritionist, registered yoga teacher, and certified aromatherapist. She completed her Master's degree in Nutrition and Public Health at Columbia University. In 2017, she was awarded the Emerging Professional Award from the Women's Health Dietetic Practice Group. Kendra has experience helping individuals, families, and communities make improvements to their health and lives by adopting healthier habits. Her areas of expertise include women's health, PCOS, fertility, community nutrition, and integrative and functional nutrition. Kendra has been featured on and written for a number of websites including Eating Well, Fertility Road, Good Morning Washington, and Women's Health.
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