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Suite 10, 876A Pittwater Rd, Dee Why 2099
Suite 5, 169A Pacific Highway, Hornsby 2077
Ph (Australia) 1300 650 169 Fax 02 9940 3564 




Can't get pregnant?
And don't know why?

Some couples seem to get pregnant simply by talking about it. For others, it takes plenty of patience and it can be a time of confusion, frustration and despair.

It is essential that you, and your partner, optimise your chances of having a healthy baby, especially if you are trying to conceive later in life The Wholistic Therapy Centre in Dee Why and Hornsby, has been helping couples revitalise their health and conceive naturally, without any drugs or outside interference, for over 13 years.

Our qualified naturopaths help you establish the reasons why you can't conceive and then show you a step-by-step method to regain optimal health and fertility.

Your initial consultation will include:

  • Iridology as a tool to evaluate the function of your body organs and systems, and to analyse your genetic strengths and weaknesses.

  • A "state of the art" body composition analysis to reveal your biological age, metabolic rate, cell function, and fat, muscle and water content.

  • A simple urine test to evaluate the level of toxicity level in your body.

  • A zinc taste test to reveal your zinc status

  • A comprehensive study of your current diet, lifestyle and health history Hormone tests or heavy metal tests ordered if needed.

Your preconception plan may involve healthy weight loss, detoxification, diet and nutritional advice, lifestyle changes and stress management. It may also involve treating any hormonal imbalances and helping to reducing the chance of miscarriage.

You will discover:


The importance of detoxifying before you conceive


How to recognise when you are ovulating


The right frequency for intercourse to maximise your chances


Why zinc is essential for both partners


How to banish stress


Why men need to avoid saunas, hot tubs, strenuous exercise and smoking


The importance of healthy fats for Mum's and baby's health


Why you should avoid hot dogs and other preserved meats when trying to conceive


How much coffee, tea and chocolate is safe


The importance of folate to reduce the risk of birth defects


The dangers of taking excess vitamin A in pregnancy


The fruit you must avoid as it acts as a natural contraceptive and can increase your chances of miscarriage


How to minimise morning sickness


The important nutrient that helps shorten labour and its associated pain

And much more!

Book your first consultation today on 1300 650 169, and increase the chances of getting the results you deserve - your own little bundle of joy.

Bonus offer - receive a free Health and Weight Loss Book (valued at $29) with your first consultation.

Wholistic Therapy Centre 10/876A

Pittwater Rd, Dee Why

5 / 169A Pacific Highway, Hornsby

Phone 1300 650 169

P.S  A note on infertility
We have many patients who have come to us, saying they have been diagnosed as being infertile, and have almost given up hope of ever falling pregnant.

Infertility is a term used to describe the inability of a woman to conceive or in a man to induce conception. A couple may be classed as infertile if they have been unable to conceive after a minimum of one year of regular sexual activity around the time of ovulation.

Causes of infertility include a wide range of physical and emotional factors.

Common causes are hormonal imbalances, anatomical defects, fallopian tube scarring, pelvic inflammatory disease, Chlamydia infection and low sperm count or poor sperm quality.

Other simpler reasons for not conceiving or carrying the baby to full term can be poor nourishment, toxic overload, excess weight and high stress levels.

Many of our patients who were classed as infertile, have conceived easily once they have detoxified their systems, nourished their bodies, balanced their hormones, lost excess weight and managed their stress.

Optimise your chances by doing these basic steps well! Book today.
Phone 1300 650 169





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