Discover How You Can Have A Safe, Full-Term Pregnancy And A Healthy Baby…while minimizing your risk of complications, miscarriage and developmental disorders.
A baby’s brain has begun to form before most women know they are pregnant. The first few weeks of pregnancy mark an important time of development and at just four weeks after conception, the foundation of your baby’s brain has already begun. This is why it is vital that prospective moms to be meet with their doctor before they become pregnant to reduce developmental risks and best prepare for a healthy pregnancy and baby. Dr. Debby Hamilton joins the Healthy Pregnancy Summit to share her extensive knowledge to help parents understand key developmental milestones in pregnancy and increase their odds of a healthier baby.
Dr. Debby Hamilton is an Integrative Pediatrician with over 25 years of experience and best-selling author of the book, “Preventing Autism & ADHD: Controlling Risk Factors Before, During & After Pregnancy.” Dr. Hamilton has a M.D. from the University of Health Sciences in Chicago, and a Master of Science degree in Public Health from the University of Colorado. She is an advocate for preconception care and has a focus in infant nutrition.
While many moms to be have picked out baby names before getting pregnant or wonder if their baby will be born with blue or brown eyes, Dr. Hamilton calls attention to the fact that most prenatal visits start at eight weeks of conception, well after the baby’s brain stem and organs have already formed. “If we get moms in to be seen before they get pregnant, and we look at their diet, health and nutrition, they go into pregnancy healthier and the healthier the mom is, the healthier the baby is,” explains Dr. Hamilton.
Preconception visits cover a wide range of concerns to best support the holistic healthcare of a mother and her baby. Your doctor will want to know what medicines or supplements you take as not all medicines or herbs are safe in pregnancy; some can even cause miscarriage or issues with breast milk production. Chronic medical issues, autoimmune disorders, family history of child health disorders and the frequency of eating processed foods, and exposure to toxic chemicals and second-hand smoke are issues that should be discussed and evaluated well before trying to conceive.
Meeting with your doctor before becoming pregnant is the best way to optimize health for mother and child.
Learn even more topics to discuss at your preconception visit and to discover tips to prepare for a healthy baby. Join Dr. Hamilton along with 20+ pregnancy experts will guide you through how to best prepare for your pregnancy from conception to delivery day.
- Attendees will have access to watch each session completely free as it airs or viewers can upgrade to the VIP All-Access Pass for lifetime access.
- This interactive event also includes a Q&A section with opportunities to the ask the experts your personal questions so that your experience is completely tailored to the concerns that matter most to you.
- Questions? Visit www.healthypregnancysummit.com to learn more.