49 min

Fertility and the vaginal microbiome with Debbie Cotton Fertility Foundations

    • Nutrition

Welcome to the latest series of Fertility Foundations, where we speak in depth with expert guests about how to prepare the foundations for healthy pregnancy. This week Sandra Greenbank is talking to Debbie Cotton, Head of Clinical Innovation at Invivo Healthcare, about the vaginal microbiome and how this can affect fertility.
In this episode Sandra and Debbie discuss the significance of the vaginal microbiome in fertility, looking at its impact on reproductive health. They highlight the importance of understanding and working with one's vaginal microbiome for optimal fertility outcomes, and provide insights into the role of nutritional therapy, microbiome testing and the potential harmful effects of conventional period products on not just the vaginal microbiome but also overall health.
You can find more information about microbiome testing at Invivo's website here: www.invivohealthcare.com
Or find them on Instagram here: www.instagram.com/invivohealthcare
This podcast is sponsored by Invivo Healthcare, a human microbiome company. They specialise in accurate testing of different microbes such as the gut, vagina, oral and urinary, as well as a range of specially curated supplements focused on the microbiomes. They support healthcare providers and their clients navigate the complex world of the human microbiome and it’s one of the most used labs and supplements by our own fertility specialists at the Fertility Nutrition Centre. Visit the Invivo website for more information at www.invivohealthcare.com. 

Welcome to the latest series of Fertility Foundations, where we speak in depth with expert guests about how to prepare the foundations for healthy pregnancy. This week Sandra Greenbank is talking to Debbie Cotton, Head of Clinical Innovation at Invivo Healthcare, about the vaginal microbiome and how this can affect fertility.
In this episode Sandra and Debbie discuss the significance of the vaginal microbiome in fertility, looking at its impact on reproductive health. They highlight the importance of understanding and working with one's vaginal microbiome for optimal fertility outcomes, and provide insights into the role of nutritional therapy, microbiome testing and the potential harmful effects of conventional period products on not just the vaginal microbiome but also overall health.
You can find more information about microbiome testing at Invivo's website here: www.invivohealthcare.com
Or find them on Instagram here: www.instagram.com/invivohealthcare
This podcast is sponsored by Invivo Healthcare, a human microbiome company. They specialise in accurate testing of different microbes such as the gut, vagina, oral and urinary, as well as a range of specially curated supplements focused on the microbiomes. They support healthcare providers and their clients navigate the complex world of the human microbiome and it’s one of the most used labs and supplements by our own fertility specialists at the Fertility Nutrition Centre. Visit the Invivo website for more information at www.invivohealthcare.com. 

49 min