Letting go of perfectionism when it comes to your fertility diet | Episode 62


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This week I talk about the psychological impact of striving to be "perfect" in your fertility journey. When it comes to diet, perfectionism can affect your social life, relationships and overall mental health. I share my top tips on the best way to work through changing your health and lifestyle to optimise fertility, and letting GO of perfectionism so you can avoid the dark downside of striving for the non-existent "perfect" fertility diet.
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I'm Stefanie, expert fertility dietitian and nutritionist, founder of The Dietologist, here to help inspire and empower you with factual nutrition information about women's and men's health, hormones and fertility & pregnancy. A virtual nutrition practice dedicated to women’s health, fertility & pregnancy.

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