Nutrition talk at London fertility group

637px-Cornucopia_of_fruit_and_vegetables_wedding_banquet_(cropped)If you are in or near London, you may be interested in a talk on nutrition at the Infertility Network UK Central London group on July 7 at 6pm. This will be specifically focused on healthy eating and diet for fertility. The evening is open to everyone and is completely free of charge as are all Infertility Network UK groups.

There will be time to listen, to ask any questions you may have about healthy eating and diet, and then to get together with others who are experiencing fertility problems.

If you’d like to attend, email who will send you more details.

Want to know more about nutrition?

637px-Cornucopia_of_fruit_and_vegetables_wedding_banquet_(cropped)If you are interested in nutrition and making sure you have the best possible diet for your fertility, you may want to join the Infertility Network UK online chat via Skype which will take place on Thursday 26th May at 8pm. This month’s guest speaker is Hayley Taylor, a Senior Fertility Nurse and Nutrition specialist.

Hayley’s talk will focus on nutrition but she will also discuss other things related to fertility for example stress management and lifestyle factors – looking at this from a holistic approach. Hayley will talk for approximately 30 minutes and the talk will be followed by a 15 minute question and answer session. If you would like to join this chat, all you need to do is email your Skype Username to

Fertility information for Scotland

If you live within reach of Glasgow, and want to know more about fertility, put the date March 7 in your diary as the Infertility Network Scotland team are organising a fertility information day. Open to everyone whether you’re at the very start of your journey or already having treatment, the day includes a wide range of speakers on all aspects of fertility and treatment. There will be talks on the basics, donor treatment, male factor fertility problems, embryology, nutrition for fertility and the emotional impact of fertility problems.

Tickets are just £5 in advance, and £10 for professionals working in the field. It promises to be a fascinating day – you can book or find out more here