Institute of Holistic Nutrition
Ottawa Campus
1547 Merivale Rd., Suite 430

Date and Time


6:30 - 9:30pm


$25 + HST

Registration Deadline

FEBRUARY 28, 2020

to register

Call the school at 613.680.9330 or email


Presenter: Dr. Cheryl Allen BASc., ND, NCMP

As holistic practitioners, there is a lot we can do for patients to support them through fertility struggles and general pre-conceptions care. Expand your knowledge on this topic by exploring deeper the causes of infertility and the power nutrition can have on improving fertility rates. You will also earn simple, effective approaches to monitoring patients’ cycles. A major component of this lecture will revolve around positive results from a natural approach to fertility. Dr. Allen will also discuss case studies and how to implement treatment protocols 

Lecture Highlights: 

• Gain an understanding of the underlying reasons for infertility and miscarriage; including thyroid dysfunction, luteal phase defects, immune system issues, homocysteine and methylation causes and PCOS
• Learn how nutrition can affect/improve the root causes of infertility
• Learn how supplement and nutrient therapy can be used 
• Gain confidence in treating fertility clients!
• There will be draw for a basket of related products!

About the Presenter

Dr. Cheryl is a licensed Naturopathic Doctor. Her journey to becoming a naturopathic doctor started with a passion for health care and preventative medicine using food. She did her Bachelor’s degree in Human Nutrition at the University of Guelph. There she reaffirmed her belief that diet and lifestyle are the foundations of health. This experience only ignited her intrigue into the human body and uniqueness we all have as human beings. This lead her entry into the four year program at the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine. Cheryl spends the time needed with her patients to allow them to identify their symptoms and discover root causes through appropriate testing, and then explore treatment options that will be effective and suit their lifestyle. She runs a variety of educational programs aimed at empowering people in their health through education. Cheryl has a general family practice, with a focus on women’s health, fertility, prenatal, and postnatal care. She has taken further training in menopause and is a Certified Menopause Practitioner through the North American Menopause Society.