IVF Recipe Book Review- 2 new books from Emma Cannon and Zita West

Last updated: November 12th, 2018 at 02:34 pm

IVF recipe book reviews

Author Linda Ryan, BA, Lic TCM, CH

What I really like about Emma’s book is that it contains more than just ivf recipe bookwhat to feed your body, it was designed to nourish the mind as well as the body.  Emma understands as I do, that your mindset can have a huge impact on your fertility.  By doing things that can nourish your mind you can benefit your fertility.  Her book contains relaxation techniques as well as over 60 recipes and weekly planners to help before and during IVF.  This is an easy to follow IVF recipe book, that is much more than just a recipe book.  And it’s downloadable so you can get it straight away.

What I like about Zita’s book is that it includes a detox programme and it  includes specific topics such as endometriosis and PCOS.  It is easy to follow and contains 80 recipes, with convenient meal planners.  As well as a paperback version it is available on Kindle so you could get it straight away as well. The first part of the book contains nutrition advice and the second part has the recipes.  On Zita’s website her ivf recipe book costs 14.99 sterling for the paperback version.

Read on to find out more of what’s in their books.

Emma Cannon IVF Recipe Book

ivf recipe bookEmma Cannon, author of ‘The Baby-Making Bible’ has a new e-book now available called ‘Fertility to Family.’ In this new IVF recipe book, she outlines a healthy eating plan that can assist with conceiving naturally as well as including a week by week diet plan to support those going through an IVF cycle.

Emma states, “A major part of what I do as a practitioner is to support couples through fertility treatment; giving the patient some fine-tuning with acupuncture, helping the body and helping to create a calm mind. ‘I know that food and thought are two of the core pillars that underpin a foundation for health. The process of going through IVF provides it own challenges and there is much you can do to support that process through preparation and during IVF treatment itself.I’m thrilled to announce the publication of my new book, Fertility to Family: IVF Support (£9.99). The fully illustrated book is available as an ebook and is the culmination of a year writing recipes and bringing together my experience with patients over many years who have been through IVF. I hope that it provides the kind of support I give to my patients, and that the recipes will nourish, comfort and inspire. A reader just told me they are now ‘dreaming of steak and miso butter’, while others have been enjoying aduki beans for the first time! There are relaxation techniques included, and it’s a book that works for you whether you are beginning to think about a more fertility friendly lifestyle, are planning for IVF or going through it.”

You can click here to purchase Emma’s ivf recipe book or to see pages from her book visit       www.emmacannon.co.uk

Zita West IVF Recipe Book

The Zita West website says, “More and more couples these days are ivf recipe bookinterested in natural ways to improve their fertility. And having the best possible diet is one of the most important ways in which you can help make a big difference. In this fabulous new full-colour cook-book Zita shows you 80 tasty and easy to prepare recipes that are packed full of all the most important nutrients your body needs to prepare for a successful pregnancy.

There’s an easy-to-follow guide on to how to assess your overall fertility too. As well as a great detox plan to help you cleanse your body. Plus everything you need to know about Zita’s special 10 Week Fertility Boosting Programme. There’s specific advice for men as well as for women (of course) as well as advice for couples trying for a baby later in life, and for women with specific problems such as fibroids, endometriosis or PCOS.”

To purchase Zita’s IVF recipe book visit  Amazon.com or   Amazon.co.uk 

 

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Linda Ryan- Founder of MARA Fertility Acupuncture Clinic

 

 

Hi, I’m Linda Ryan, Fertility Acupuncturist & mother of three: Having overcome my own fertility issues is what drives me to help women like you to achieve the results that I made happen for myself.