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Is Your Food Affecting Fertility

Six surprising ways that your gut health can affect your chances of reproduction. Most people don’t realize that there is a strong connection between gastrointestinal health and fertility. This is because the health of the gut affects the reproductive system in many subtle ways. The obvious signs of digestive problems include constipation, diarrhea, heartburn or acid reflux, abdominal bloating, sharp or dull abdominal pains, gas, and urinary irritation. But many other symptoms show up when the gut isn’t working properly,…

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Spring Cleansing

Two simple steps to detoxify your body As winter turns to spring, it’s traditional to clean house to clear out all the dust and debris that accumulates over the cold months. As you get your house in order, why not do a spring cleansing for your body? Our bodies have an amazing ability to process and eliminate wastes and toxins. However, sometimes these systems can get overwhelmed, especially in a time when there are so many chemicals in our food,…

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Good Vitality Equals Good Virility

Holistic strategies for boosting sperm count Many men don’t give their sperm count a second thought unless they find themselves facing fertility challenges. For couples trying to conceive, those little swimmers play a crucial role. Fertility declines with age in males just as it does in females, but there are fewer heroic medical interventions available to men with fertility issues. Fortunately, it’s possible to boost sperm production naturally by adjusting diet and lifestyle. Fertility is a reflection of overall health,…

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Hi! I’m Rose.
Image by FO PhotographyI can help you get off the Pill and heal your hormones. My clients feel more in tune with their bodies, more healthy and vibrant, and more empowered about their fertility. Read more about me.
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If you are queer, lesbian, bisexual, gay, transgender, gender variant, non-binary, two-spirited, and/or intersex, I will do my best to be inclusive of your needs and identities. My practice is open to people of all sexual identities and orientations, including polyamorous people and others with alternative relationship structures.
Praise for Rose!

"It was so fascinating learning about how my body works and understanding the changes it goes through on a monthly basis. Once I started watching my body on a daily basis it seemed so simple and the signs so obvious. I almost felt angry that I had never been told about mucus patterns before! Within months of coming of the pill I felt like a burden had been lifted and I was continually telling girlfriends of mine that I felt more like a woman, more in tune with my body, and sexier."

— Megan Killorn, Revelstoke, British Columbia