Join us to raise awareness of the many benefits of working with a fertility dietitian and achieve your dream of starting or growing your family.

Trying to Conceive

Fueled by a Fertility Dietitian

6th - 12th November 2023

A week dedicated to raising awareness about the role of nutrition in reproductive health, so couples can achieve their dream of starting or growing their family

  • Learn how working with a fertility dietitian can help improve reproductive health outcomes
  • Discover the many benefits of optimising preconception nutrition for both men and women
  • Get access to free resources and support to help you on your journey to better reproductive health
  • Healthcare and medical professionals can also get involved to improve their patients' reproductive health outcomes

By partnering with a fertility dietitian, you can improve your chances of starting or growing your family and achieve your dream of better reproductive health. So, join us and discover the many benefits of working with a fertility dietitian for better reproductive health outcomes.

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of Couples Experience Infertility*

3 months

What a mother eats in the 3 months prior to conceiving can impact her child's health for years to come.


Diet changes can reduce the risk of infertility in women with irregular or absent ovulation by 80%**


A study found that just 5 dietary changes boosted fertility by 69%***

Find a Fertility Dietitian

Navigating your fertility journey can be complex, and having the right nutrition support is crucial. Our carefully curated list of certified fertility dietitians and can provide personalised guidance tailored to your unique needs.

Free Fertility Nutrition Factsheets

These informative factsheets are designed to empower you with knowledge about the vital role nutrition plays in your fertility journey.

Free Fertility Meal Plan

This plan is designed to get you started and give you an insight into a fertility-friendly diet, before seeing a dietitian for a more individualised plan.


Looking for ways to improve outcomes for your patients struggling with infertility?

Download our free healthcare professional resource pack today and discover how working with a fertility dietitian can make a difference for your patients struggling with infertility. Our pack includes helpful checklists, client factsheets, case studies and other valuable resources designed to improve reproductive health outcomes. With our support, you can optimise preconception nutrition and manage medical conditions that may impact fertility, giving your patients the best possible chance of success.

Find a Fertility Dietitian


Fertility Client

Case Studies

"When I was going through my fertility treatment a fertility dietitian identified gaps in my nutrition and provided me with a diet that was geared towards implantation which was successful, and now I have my son." 

Fertility Client

"We at Melbourne IVF are keen for people to optimise their health in preparation for pregnancy."

Dr Fleur Catrall,
Medical Director of Melbourne IVF

"Studies show that dietary modifications can help to improve egg quality and enhance fertility treatment success. Every person struggling with infertility deserves the best possible care which includes expert nutrition support."

Catherine Chong,
Certified Fertility Dietitian, APD.


About The Early Life Nutrition Alliance

Early Life Nutrition Alliance aims to support health care professionals advocate for the role of nutrition during the first 1,000 days through the provision of training, coaching and resources. 

The first 1,000 days (being the period from pre-conception through to toddlerhood) provides a window of opportunity where a healthy environment, particularly good nutrition, can positively influence lifelong health by reducing the risk of allergies, weight complications and chronic diseases.

* World Health Organisation.

** Fisher, S. (2008). The fertility diet: Groundbreaking research reveals natural ways to boost ovulation & improve your chances of getting pregnant. The Journal of Clinical Investigation, 118(4), 1210-1210.


*** Chavarro, J. E., Rich-Edwards, J. W., Rosner, B. A., & Willett, W. C. (2007). Diet and lifestyle in the prevention of ovulatory disorder infertility. Obstetrics and gynecology, 110(5), 1050–1058.