Our Quick-Fix Call is what you need to get the confidence you’re doing everything you can to prepare for pregnancy.
In this 15-minute conversation, our fertility experts will give you tools and tips to conceive faster and guide you in what supplements you need to take.
The Nutrition Assessment is where we troubleshoot what might be the reason you’re not pregnant yet.
We look at your diet and lifestyle, blood tests, medical history, supplements and cycle tracking to ensure that you’re doing everything you can to get pregnant faster!
Prices range from $180 to $250 depending on the fertility dietitian you choose.
Do you want to take your personalised action plan to the next level? Knowing what to do is all good; making it happen is another thing entirely. Your dietitian is here to support you, ensuring that you actually reach your goal of becoming pregnant!
Resources and updated recommendations are provided to match your needs and based on how you’re progressing.
Prices range from $100 to $160, depending on your dietitian.
6 x 30 MINS sessions
Get the support, resources, and tools across regular catch-ups to ensure you
1) set your body up for pregnancy
2) get pregnant quickly
3) receive trimester-specific advice, and
4) post-partum care so you are a well-recovered mama!
Prices range from $450 to $600 depending on your dietitian.
You have more questions? Ask away!
What are your appointment times?
Our dietitians are available across a range of days and times, including evenings. If you want to see what is available, above to book and it will take you through to a calendar of our availability. If no times suit you, please drop us a message and we will endeavour to get you seen as soon as we can.
Will I get a meal plan?
Meal plans can help guide the types of foods to have more of and the quantities to aim for.
They are typically only a starting point, however. Our goal at Oh Goodness! is to equip our clients to know the how and the what of eating well. We want you to learn to eat in a way that is both delicious and empowering, and because of that, a meal plan will become redundant sooner or later.
At your initial appointment, your dietitian may discuss with you the value of having a meal plan and will work with you to create one. In all, you will be given the tools you need to get pregnant quickly – and that may, or may not necessitate a meal plan.
Can I bring others to my appointment?
Of course! Bringing your partner can be a helpful thing if they are seeking to support you in your nutrition journey. Especially if they do the shopping or cooking!
What is the difference between a dietitian and a nutritionist?
Dietitians have a degree in human nutrition and a post-graduate qualification in dietetics, and are registered by the Dietitians Board. In New Zealand this is five years of studying how food and health relate. Without this training and an Annual Practicing Certificate, you cannot call yourself a dietitian.
Conversely, the title nutritionist is not protected, meaning that anyone can use this title without scientific training. There are registered nutritionists who have done some tertiary training and are reputable sources of nutrition support.
I'm already pregnant and have a pregnancy-related issue. Can you help?
Yes, absolutely! We’re pregnancy dietitians as much as fertility dietitians. Any issue you have e.g. terrible morning sickness, reflux, constipation, gestational diabetes…the right food and nutrients can make you feel a lot better!
Also, what you eat while pregnant and breast-feeding affects the long-term health of your baby. In the womb, this is called “fetal programming”. We want you to grow the healthiest baby possible, and reduce the chance of them developing chronic health issues like asthma, ezcema, diabetes, coeliac’s disease, obesity. It’s actually amazing how much of a difference you can make to the next generation. We can coach you in how to do this.
Can i claim back the cost of my appointments?
Absolutely! If your insurance policy stipulates you have cover to see a dietitian, it’s wholly worth claiming the cost of your appointments. All you need is a referral from a healthcare professional (GP, specialist). Your dietitian can provide you with a receipt to facilitate this.
My insurance needs a referral. How do I get that?
Simply ask your GP or healthcare specialist to submit a comment here. Hannah will get in touch with them to arrange for a seamless referral.