podcast

November 3, 2020

How Your Genetics Impact Your Fertility

with podcast guest

Angela Heap

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Angela Heap is a Nutritional Therapist and leading fertility nutrition expert. Angela supports couples on their fertility journey and uses many functional diagnostic tools to support her work; including focusing heavily on testing and genetics as the key that opens the lock to infertility.

In this episode, we talk about how a healthy cycle can support your life and not just babies, genetics and the connection to fertility, what MTHFR gene mutation is and how that impacts a woman’s fertility, why men need to be a bigger part of fertility conversations, the best time to get pregnant, and so much more!

Highlights

  • Angela’s thoughts on the connectedness of women, their cycles, and nature
  • The shift in cultural thinking towards suppressing fertility instead of embracing it
  • How Angela became interested in the role of genetics in fertility
  • The important link between folate, the MTHFR gene, miscarriages, and fertility
  • Are you still fertile in your 40’s and beyond?
  • The surprising trend in sperm counts and male fertility worldwide
  • Angela’s top nutritional tips to support your fertility
  • Angela’s preferred companies for genetic testing

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