Healing Hormones Podcast

Supercharge Your Fertility with the Primemester Protocol | with Dr. Cleopatra

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Dr. Cleopatra Kamperveen is a scientist and university professor who specializes in reproductive health and the transference of health from parents to children. Her personal story of growing up without a mother and feeling like she was meant to do something in her life with that experience led her to doing the work she does today as Fertility Strategist and Executive Director of the Fertility and Pregnancy Institute. Dr. Cleopatra pioneered the field of fertility biohacking and creating what she likes to call “Superbabies.” She provides fertility and pregnancy consulting to women and families nationally and internationally through her signature In Bloom programs, inner circle, and personalized, comprehensive one-on-one consulting. She’s conducted research on tens of thousands of women of all colors, ages, shapes and sizes, socioeconomic backgrounds, religions, language preferences, and professions to examine how they transmit physical health and emotional wellbeing to their children. This is not all about food and supplements—we talk a lot about the mindset shifts that need to happen in order for our bodies to be ready to conceive. 

We literally have the power to change the quality and the expression of the genes that we pass down to our babies!

We Chat About:

  • Why there’s so much variance in fertility

  • The role of negative self talk

  • All about epigenetics

  • How the term “infertility” is often misleading

  • The importance of fertility in our overall health

  • What the Primester program entails


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Hi, I’m Nina! I’m a Certified Fertility Awareness Educator, Hormone Coach, and Reiki Practitioner.

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