Hi! I'm Anabelle, Integrative Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, specializing in Women's Health & Fertility.

Are you struggling to get pregnant? Are you tired of trying to figure out what to eat on a fertility diet? I work exclusively with women trying to conceive using integrative and functional nutrition and a food as medicine approach. Together, we will balance your hormones, optimize egg health, and improve your chances of getting pregnant. Are you ready?

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Personalized Nutrition Counseling for Women TTC

It’s time to work with someone who gets it. No more googling into the night, doubting yourself, or wondering what you're doing wrong. I work with highly motivated women to uncover the root causes of hormonal imbalance and infertility. At Wellspring Nutrition, we practice integrative and functional nutrition, and focus on the whole person - not just symptoms to achieve results. I believe that true health is cultivated using a holistic approach that is sustainable in the long run - no more quick fixes or bandaid solutions. It's time for you to feel your best. Let's get you pregnant!

Nice Things People Say

Anabelle was wonderful to work with! Before working with her, I wasn't sure what types of food I should be eating to optimize my fertility. As I continued through the program, I learned what specific foods I should be eating and what I should try to avoid. During our weekly meetings, she also explained everything so I could really understand it. Plus her meal plans were delicious!

- Katy

I loved working with Anabelle. She was so easy to talk to, and helped me work through some of the challenges I had when it came to my wellness. After working together, I felt more energized and more prepared to take charge of my own health.

- Reesha

As someone who struggles with PCOS, I was so happy to work with Anabelle as she explained to me how to clean up my diet to improve my chances of getting pregnant.

- Chelsea

Anabelle is an incredible nutritionist - she helped me zero in on my challenges, and establish healthy habits that I've kept on to.

- Megan

Nourish. Detox. Thrive.

 

Learn how to Nourish your body with specific nutrients for egg quality.

Receive recipes and meal plans specifically designed to help you reduce inflammation and balance your hormones.

Detox your environment from harsh endocrine disrupting chemicals and toxins.

Discover how to heal your gut and balance your microbiome.

Learn how to finally reduce your stress, sleep well, and thrive.

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PREP YOUR PREGNANCY

Free, no fluff and science-backed nutrition advice for the fearless woman who’s ready to get pregnant, have a healthy pregnancy, and most importantly, a healthy baby. New videos posted every week!

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is integrative and functional nutrition?

Integrative and Functional Nutrition (IFN) therapy is a leading-edge, evidence-based, systems biology approach to patient care that focuses on identifying root causes and imbalances to significantly improve patient health outcomes.

Why fertility nutrition?

Diet and lifestyle play a very important role in fertility. There are certain key nutrients that can improve egg and sperm health, balance hormones like estrogen and progesterone, and aid in uterine lining and implantation. While many fertility clinics will jump to using pharmaceutical interventions for infertility, I work with you on addressing your diet and environment to improve these issues holistically using food as medicine.

When Should I Start Preparing for Pregnancy?

The earlier the better! But at minimum, preparing 3-4 months before trying is ideal. This is because an egg takes 90-100 days to fertilize - meaning all of your nutrient stores from the last 3 months will go into the egg that will be fertilized and eventually become your baby. By working on your nutrition and health prior to conception, you're ensuring the very best start for your baby's health!

I have PCOS, can I really get pregnant?

Absolutely! PCOS is one of the most common, but treatable, causes of infertility in women. In women with PCOS, the hormonal imbalance interferes with the growth and release of eggs from the ovaries (ovulation). If you don't ovulate, you can't get pregnant. While every case is different, we can work together on improving blood sugar balance, ovulation, and insulin resistance to improve your chances of conceiving naturally.

What's the difference between an RD and nutritionist?

An RD, or Registered Dietitian, is someone who has at minimum a bachelor's degree in nutrition or dietetics and 1200 clinical training hours. RDs must pass a comprehensive national exam and have continuing education hours every year to ensure we remain current on the latest science, research and best practices. Only a person who has met these stringent requirements can use the title “Dietitian.”

Becoming an RD requires completing a rigorous academic program that includes courses in food science, clinical dietetics, community nutrition, lifecycle nutrition, medical nutrition therapy, education methodology, biochemistry, microbiology, social sciences, human anatomy and physiology, and other culinary and nutrition-related classes.

A nutritionist, is not a regulated term, and thus anyone can call themselves one. Because of this, the nutrition world has become saturated with misinformation.

Formal training and credentials are vital for achieving your nutrition and health goals, as what may work for one person, could be ineffective or even harmful to another. Seek professional help, and work with an RD!