About Anita Beckwith:
Anita is a UK Registered Dietitian with over 20 years' experience. Anita specialises in diabetes, specifically type 1, and developed her specialist interest in fertility and antenatal/postnatal care whilst optimising her clients chances of having healthy families. Through her NHS and freelance work in London, UK, Anita has gained particular experience working with women planning for pregnancy from their mid to late 30s.
Anita is currently the Clinical Lead Dietitian at The King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.
About the webinar:
In general, research suggests that fertility usually starts to decline faster after the age of 35. The quality and quantity of a women's eggs, and a man's sperm, both decline making it harder to fall pregnant. But it's not impossible! And dietary factors may play a significant role in this.
In this free webinar, Anita explores the current research surrounding nutrition and fertility in over 35's in order to provide an updated recommendation.
About Nutrition Plus Reproductive & Prenatal Nutrition webinars:
Nutrition Plus provides health care professionals with the most up-to-date research and practical advice for reproductive and prenatal nutrition. We host quarterly webinars (February, May, August and November) whereby we interview leading practitioners and researchers from around the world.
If you care for women who are trying to conceive or pregnant, make sure that you don’t miss registering for our Reproductive and Prenatal Nutrition webinars.
For more information take a look at our website:
What is the cost of the webinar?
The webinar will be available at no cost for 7 days. After this time the webinar can be purchased for $30 +GST AUD from email@example.com
Who should register for the webinar?
Health care professionals such as; obstetricians, midwives, practice nurses, dietitians, fertility specialists and GP's.
Will there be a recording of the webinar available?
Yes, if you are registered, there willl be a copy of the webinar emailed out aftwerward. However this will only be able to be viewed for 7 days.