TW: This episode mentions miscarriage. If this is not something you feel you should listen to today please skip this episode and listen to one of our previous episodes on Fertility Friendly Food! If you need support, please seek the advice of your GP or contact The Pink Elephant Support Network.

In this episode, we talk about protecting our child’s future fertility. We’re thrilled to welcome back Lucy Lines, the Embryologist and Fertility Educator behind Two Lines Fertility, for her second appearance on the show. Get ready for more eye-opening insights from Lucy as she shares her expertise once again.

We explore the contrasts between women’s fertility in the 1980s and the present day, attributable to the escalating presence of endocrine-disrupting chemicals.

We discuss common products that we and our children come into contact with, often oblivious to their potential impacts on fertility.

You really shouldn’t miss out on this – it’s a must-listen for current and aspiring parents. No matter your fertility status, this podcast is meant for everyone. After all, WHO strongly advocates for enhancing pre-conception health, given its far-reaching impact that extends across generations.

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