Healthy Parents, Healthy Baby: A Guide to Conception and Pregnancy

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An easy to read guide to conception and a healthy pregnancy.

Healthy Parents, Healthy Baby: A Guide to Conception and Pregnancy, Jan Roberts

An easy to read guide to conception and a healthy pregnancy.

'This book is for anybody who might ever become a mum or a dad - the physical and mental health of your children is in your hands. It all depends on your efforts before conception. Truly beautiful, healthy, happy babies don't happen by accident!' Jan Roberts

In simple, straightforward language Jan Roberts gives you the facts you need to assist conception and enjoy a healthy pregnancy.

·A preconception program for you and your partner to maximise your fertility
·Essential information for a natural, uncomplicated, full-term pregnancy
·Easy tips to improve your diet, lifestyle and environment
·The truth about toxins in your home and workplace
·Quick, nutritious recipes for prospective parents and mums-to-be

Available Formats

  • Trade Paperback
    $29.99 RRP
    ISBN: 9781742752174
    Published: 01/02/2012
    Imprint: Doubleday Australia
    Extent: 288 pages
  • eBook
    ISBN: 9781742752181
    Published: 01/02/2012
    Imprint: RHA eBooks Adult
    Extent: 288 pages
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Jan Roberts

Jan Roberts

Jan Roberts has spent more than 40 years in the health care industry, 25 of those working in the area of women's reproductive health. She has an honours degree in pharmacy from Sydney University and a postgraduate diploma in Clinical Nutrition. She is the Australian representative for Foresight the British Association famous for its work in promoting preconception health care. For two decades she has presented seminars and keynote speeches to health professionals, prospective parents and students throughout Australia, NZ and USA. She contributes regularly to various magazines and professional journals, but is also a successful business entrepreneur, developing and marketing products and services that support her vision for a healthier, happier next generation. In 2010 she was short-listed for Vodafone World of Difference and in 2011 was the winner of the Sydney University Pharmacy Alumni Award for Achievement.