Trick or Treat... What Can My Kids Eat?
Katelyn Richter, MS
This webinar is a discussion on the role of nutrition and enzyme therapy for reproductive system health with a special focus on the role of enzyme nutrition in preparing the body for pregnancy. You will gain a clinical perspective on how proper nutrition increases fertility and the enzymes needed for nutrition acquisition.
- Importance of preconception nutrition to mother and baby.
- How to prepare physically and mentally before trying to conceive.
- Nutrient deficiencies that affect men and women while trying to conceive and digestion's role.
- How inflammation, oxidative stress, and stress can affect the body while trying to conceive.
- Foods that are beneficial before and during pregnancy.
- Steps that mother and father can take on their own to prepare themselves for starting a family.
About the Speaker
Katelyn Richter, MS, is a clinical nutritionist from the Houston area. She obtained her Bachelor's degree in Nutrition Sciences from Baylor University and her Master's degree from Sam Houston State University in Nutrition and Counseling. Katelyn previously worked with a functional medicine doctor in Bellaire, Texas, who treated an extensive client base with an emphasis on hormones, digestion, and auto-immunity. She also worked with local ob/gyns and fertility specialists at Houston Fertility Institute to reverse infertility and increase success in assisted reproduction like IVF and IUI. Katelyn now has ten years of experience applying functional nutrition practices to an array of metabolic clinical states.