Wednesday 22nd July 2020 at 7pm BST

Optimising Male and Female Fertility with a Plant-Based Diet

with Dietitian Lisa Simon

Hosted by Rohini Bajekal, Nutritionist & Board Member of Plant-Based Health Professionals UK
(CPD Accredited with 1 CPD Hour from the British Society of Lifestyle Medicine)

Why should I join this webinar?

  • What are the main nutrients important for optimising fertility for both men and women
  • What factors, aside from diet, are important when thinking about optimising fertility
  • How can we, as healthcare professionals, help couples who are struggling with infertility

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About the speaker

After graduating in 2014 with a First Class Honours Degree in Nutrition and Dietetics, Lisa worked for the NHS for two years as a general dietitian, before specialising in critical care and gastroenterology.

In 2019, she made the difficult decision to leave her post in the NHS so that she could study plant based nutrition as a freelance dietitian. Her private clients are predominantly those looking to improve their general health by transitioning to a plant based diet and those who are struggling with fertility issues.

Lisa’s decision to become a plant-based dietitian was borne from personal experience of secondary infertility as a result of experiencing amenorrhoea for a decade. She will share her personal story on this webinar and how a plant-based diet transformed her health.

To find out more about Lisa and her work, please visit All consultations are via Zoom and telephone and there is no limit to geographical area.

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This webinar lasts one hour including a Live Q&A. 

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