Can Fertility Supplements Increase Your Chances of Getting Pregnant?

Julia Indichova says that fertility supplements can measurably increase your chances of getting and staying pregnant.

Online PR News – 28-June-2011 – New York, New York – According to Julia Indichova, holistic fertility expert, author, and director of the Fertile Heart Studio in Woodstock, New York (, she has encountered a great deal of controversy and confusion around the subject of fertility supplements over the last decade and a half.

“It seems that, almost daily, I receive questions ranging from brand recommendations to dosage of specific nutrients,” says Indichova. “Many of my clients have wondered whether fertility supplements can make any measurable difference in their overall health and their chances of getting pregnant and to carry a full-term pregnancy.”

Indichova notes that we live in a culture that loves the promise of the quick and easy, and the salvation of pills and potions to do the job without any effort on our part. In both of her books, Inconceivable (Broadway Books 2001) and The Fertile Female (Adell Press 2007), she speaks about her own conviction, born from personal experience and her work with clients, that change cannot happen without full participation in the healing process.

“On a physical level, nothing can match the reparative power of whole, fresh, nutrient-filled foods,” says Indichova. “However, when it comes to overall health, pre-conception and fertility related difficulties, fertility supplements are necessary and can increase our ability to prevent degenerative disease and increase the chances of getting pregnant and carrying a full term pregnancy.”

According to Indichova, her holistic approach to fertility difficulties is to use food, fertility supplements, as well as mind, body and heart tools that help increase one's overall physical and emotional health to re-establish hormone balance and more efficient organ function.

“Research and clinical practice shows that the effects of fertility supplementation for both aspiring parents are positive,” says Indichova. “Regardless of which one of you has been diagnosed with an imbalance, increasing both partners' level of health has been linked with higher pregnancy rates.”

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Julia Indichova is the author of Inconceivable (Doubleday 2001) and The Fertile Female (Adell Press 2007) She is the director of the Fertile Heart™ Studio in Woodstock, New York, which offers daylong workshops. Julia also leads an international fertility phone support group, and a monthly open circle in New York City. Her work and story have appeared on the Oprah Winfrey Show, Good Morning America, Oxygen, Chicago Fox News, Chicago Parent magazine and in Health magazine, and the San Francisco Chronicle. After 9/11 she founded the Birthing a Child-Friendly Planet Project, with an ongoing series of seminars meant to inspire individuals to give birth to healthier bodies, books, and businesses, all in the context of repairing the world. For more information visit

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