October 20, 2020 1 min read

This is the fifth interview of my Taking Control Series which has been developed to give you lots of ways you can start to feel more in control, whatever your journey looks like.

This episode features the lovely Angela Heap, a Fertility Nutritionist. Angela is a qualified Nutritional Therapist from the College of Naturopathic Medicine. As part of the Fertile Food Programme, she applies a mixture of Naturopathic principles and a functional and scientific approach to food and nutrients.

She is passionate about helping you to develop a deeper understanding about your relationship with food, and in this interview she talks about the impact of a hormonal imbalance, eating for your body and tips on how you can take control of your fertility experience through what you eat and drink.

The taking control series has been developed to give you lots of ways you can start to feel more in control, whatever your journey looks like.

I've been recording interviews with some amazing people working in the Fertility industry to get some insight and advice on how you can take back control of your Fertility journey and your life, whatever your situation, and I will be continuing to share them over the next few weeks.



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