15 Minute Pre-bed Yoga Sequence for Polycystic Ovary Syndrome. Prepare your mind and body for a restful night of sleep. Not only will this sequence get the blood flowing to your ovaries and uterus, but it will also help you relax which is so important for keeping hormones healthy and optimizing your fertility.
Quick morning yoga routine to promote hormone balance and optimal fertility for women with PCOS. Yoga is one of the best forms of self-practice for Polycystic Ovary Syndrome. It's been shown to be more effective than conventional exercise to reduce hirsutism (unwanted hair growth), normalize periods, and reduce insulin resistance.
WASHINGTON (ABC7) - Many factors contribute to one's chances of getting pregnant, but there are things you can do now to help increase your odds. Registered dietitian nutritionist Kendra Tolbert showcased fertility foods to help in your conception journey.

You've likely heard tons about the effects of stress on your health and fertility. But don't stress the stress. We can't avoid it but we can totally mitigate the effects. You're resilient, my friend. Learn quick & simple tricks you can use to buffer stress.

In this video, I'm sharing some simple ways to use essential oils to support your fertility and menstrual health. Learn how to support your innate health, fertility, and balance by getting to the root of many of our health concerns.

5-Minute Desk Yoga sequence for PCOS. Take a much-needed break to rest, reset, and reflect. Not only will moving at your desk get the blood flowing to your ovaries and uterus, but it will also help you relax which is so important for keeping hormones healthy.

Welcome to Live Fertile. You'll find self-care tips for fertility, PCOS, and pregnancy from Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, Yoga Teacher, and Certified Aromatherapist Kendra Tolbert. Want to schedule a virtual nutrition appointment or yoga lesson? Check out the services link above.

The internet can be a crazy place, full of questionable info. If you've ever felt overwhelmed by the often contradictory info about women's health you find on google, you're not alone. Here are some of my favorite reputable sources for women's health information. 

With all the talk of eating to live not living to eat and going hard in gym, you may get the impression that health is all about deprivation and discipline, but it's not! Pleasure and joy are just as important to your health as nutrition and exercise. In this video, I (quickly) discuss the often forgotten ingredient for optimal health and fertility- FUN!