Preconception Nourishment, Detoxification and the Importance of Perinatal Microbiota Health

A discussion of strategies for safe detoxification and nutrient optimisation for women (and their partners) who desire to get, or who are already, pregnant.


Description


Jessica Drummond, MPT, CNC, CHC  discusses strategies for safe detoxification and nutrient optimisation for women (and their partners) who desire to, or who are already, pregnant. Additionally, Jessica will discuss the importance of the perinatal microbiome to long term infant health and strategies for optimising the maternal microbiota perinatally.

Jessica Drummond is the founder, and CEO, of the Integrative Women’s Health Institute. She is passionate about caring for and empowering women who struggle with women’s health conditions, as well as educating and supporting clinicians in confidently and safely using integrative tools to transform women’s healthcare. Having over a decade of experience as a women’s physical therapist, as well as owning a private women’s health, clinical nutrition and coaching practice, gives Jessica a unique perspective on the integrative care for women looking to optimise their fertility and health during this important stage of life.

Speakers


  • Jessica Drummond

    CEO, Integrative Women’s Health Institute

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