How to Change Infertility with Sarah Clark (PC039)

Welcome to Body & Weight Wednesday.  I have a treat for you today.  We have a special guest here to talk with us about what can be behind a woman’s inability to get pregnant or carry a baby to term.

Sarah Clark is an expert on infertility and a certified life and health coach.  More importantly, Sarah has been in the trenches.  When Sarah was 28 years old, she received a diagnosis of premature ovarian failure. She accepted the diagnosis and had both her children through in vitro fertilization. Years later she realized the root cause of her infertility was a food intolerance.

She is the author of Fabulously Fertile – Supercharge your Fertility Naturally and the Fabulously Fertile Cookbook. She has a full fertility coaching program, which includes functional lab testing and supports couples to make diet and lifestyle changes that dramatically improve the chances of a healthy pregnancy and baby!

Also, if your trying to get pregnant, you will want to check out her Get Pregnant Naturally Podcast

*** Interview Recording***

Here are some of the questions I asked:

Can you tell us a little about your passion to help people with fertility issues?

Is there a most common issue at the root of infertility?

I read your article about how depression and anxiety can impact fertility.  Can you talk more about that?

What else can you tell us about the mind-body connection?

My Ph.D. dissertation was in part on the prolactin lowering effects of Vitex.  Are you familiar with that herb and do you think it has a role in the treatment of infertility?

I am now more focused on how subconscious beliefs create our reality.  In my work, I identify the subconscious programs that are behind people’s problems and delete them.  I haven’t worked with infertile women, but could imagine that beliefs like

  • My child will be deformed
  • I am not capable of taking care of a child
  • I am a bad mother
  • The world is not safe for children

…or others could manifest as infertility.  What do you think?

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