The path to parenthood looks different for everyone. We're here every step of the way—from trying to conceive, to pregnancy, to postpartum—so you can focus on the things that matter most.

Support for your reproductive health journey with pregnancy and postpartum nutrition

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Our Approach to Pregnancy and Postpartum Nutrition

Nutrition is fundamental to maternal, fetal, and infant health, but the perinatal period is filled with challenges and it may seem difficult to prioritize your health.

Our women's health registered dietitian nutritionists are here to support you with up-to-date nutrition education, tools, and resources so that you can enjoy a healthy pregnancy and postpartum experience.

Our approach takes your nutrition and lifestyle needs into account and tailors care to your needs throughout your transformative journey to parenthood.

We Help With

  • Optimizing nutrient status during pregnancy and the postpartum period

  • Navigating pregnancy symptoms like nausea, vomiting, and food aversions

  • Achieving your pregnancy weight gain goals

  • Understanding food safety during pregnancy

  • Personalized supplement recommendations for pregnancy and postpartum

  • Optimizing nutrition and ensuring adequate intake for breastfeeding

  • Postpartum nutrition and building a self care routine as a new parent

  • Nutrition to support treatment for postpartum depression

* If you have gestational diabetes, find a diabetes dietitian.

Nutrition Support for Fertility and Reproductive Health

Wherever you are on your fertility journey - whether you’re just starting to try, undergoing assisted reproductive technology, or have experienced a loss - we are here to support you in the process. Nutrition and lifestyle can play an important role during this time.

Our registered dietitians take your unique needs into account and make realistic recommendations to optimize your fertility and preconception health.

Your registered dietitian will:

  • Get a sense of your dietary habits and health history
  • Listen to your health and fertility goals to come up with a personalized plan of care
  • Identify sustainable, accessible diet and lifestyle changes to optimize your fertility nutrition and provide recipe ideas and educational tools to support you 
  • Recommend any supplements to fill nutritional gaps
  • Check-in regularly to see how you are doing and support you through any challenges

Common Fertility Challenges That Nutrition Can Help With

Many chronic conditions can impact your ability to get pregnant. With nutrition care and diet interventions, our dietitians can get to the root cause of your fertility challenges and create sustainable lifestyle changes that help you reach your goals.

Our RD team can support your fertility goals in tandem with:

Evidence-based nutrition coaching, delivered with empathy

The Culina Health Method

Attentive and personalized care

A supportive and trusting dietitian/patient relationship

Dietitian training that honors and upholds patients’ cultural values

Proactive collaboration that builds patients’ confidence in navigating food choices

Rigorous pre- and post-care best practices

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What our patients say

"My dietitian was able to integrate good nutrition into my existing lifestyle rather than changing it completely.”

When I first met my dietitian, I was struggling and making bad decisions despite my best intentions. She was able to create a program that matched my goals, and, more importantly, she was able to integrate good nutrition into my existing lifestyle rather than changing it completely.

"Seeing my dietitian has honestly changed my life."

Seeing my dietitian has honestly changed my life. She made it easy as it was not about overhauling my life, but about implementing subtle changes until I developed better, healthier habits.

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