Recent Blog Posts

Hydration helps your fertility

By Cassie Everett | January 20, 2015

  We’re constantly being told that drinking plenty of water is really important but why? Well firstly an imbalance of hormones is behind many fertility issues. Making sure you have enough water in your system enables your hormones to travel to the many places they’re needed throughout your body.  Directing more water to flow through…

Could your hair be the key to your fertility status?

By Cassie Everett | December 6, 2014

  When you are trying to conceive it is important that you have optimum levels of specific minerals as they are imperative for egg, sperm and womb health. Medical research has found that certain minerals are crucial for fertility, preventing miscarriages and having a healthy baby. Testing your hair is a great way of finding…

A Fertility talk not to be missed

By Cassie Everett | November 26, 2014

Do you want to have a baby? Have you spent the last 15 years trying not to get pregnant and now that you want to, it’s just not happening? Would you like to know what you can do to boost your fertility? I can advise you on many different approaches to natural conception. There are…

Exercise or not to exercise that is the fertility question!

By Cassie Everett | November 21, 2014

Getting yourself as healthy as possible is the best way to improve your fertility.  However it is important to get the right balance as too much or too little exercise can actually cause fertility problems.   Both men and women can have their fertility decreased by extreme workout practices, which is why athletes commonly struggle…

How to kick sugar to the kirb!

By Cassie Everett | November 14, 2014

I’m always telling my clients to cut out sugar from their diet as it can be very disruptive to hormones as well as putting unnecessary pressure on the body.  One in three adults in the UK has high blood sugar, often caused by a modern diet full of sweet temptations and hidden sugars that harm…

Our environment could be causing our infertility

By Cassie Everett | November 10, 2014

Exposure to environmental toxins may affect your fertility.  Most chemicals used in everyday life do not go through the same checks medicines do.  Consequently, poisonous chemicals end up circulating in our environment, food supplies, air and water. The strongest evidence of heavy metals and environmental pollution adversely interfering with healthy reproductive function in women has…

A lovely testimonial

By Cassie Everett | October 23, 2014

Nothing makes me happier than hearing from the ladies I’ve helped to get pregnant.  This testimonial was sent to me last week and I wanted to share it with you all:   I met Cassie Everett over a year ago. By that time I almost despaired to become pregnant. I was 37 having painful and…

Kirstie Allsop gives her perspective on when women should have babies…

By Cassie Everett | June 5, 2014

As many of you may have read a few days ago Kirsty Allsop spoke out in a major newspaper on her opinion about when girls should have babies.  She stated that if she had a daughter she would encourage her to not go to uni, to get a job, live at home so she could…

Are you suffering from Rushing women syndrome?

By Cassie Everett | May 28, 2014

A fantastic ted talk from Dr Libby Weaver discusses the consequences of women trying to please everyone and what its doing to their bodies and their hormones.  She says too many women are using caffeine to warm up in the morning and alcohol to cool down and night and this is taking its toll on…