Happy Monday! I hope you all had a great weekend. If you didn’t have a chance to read my On Nutrition column in Sunday’s Seattle Times, “How to improve fertility with good nutrition,” check it out. If you would like to learn more about the role of nutrition and health in fertility, for personal or intellectual reasons, you’re in luck, as I’ll have more content on the blog this week: 

Note: The link to the Food For Fertility program included with the online edition of my column is not the best one, as it turns out. You can find better information about the next class on the Mind Body Nutrition or Seattle Reproductive Medicine websites.

Looking back into my archives, I’ve written quite a few posts on preconception and prenatal nutrition. For your reading convenience, here are the links: 

Nutrition and Pregnancy series: 

Other articles, posts and podcasts:

More resources:

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