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Get your body pregnancy ready

LiveSmart’s Prepare Plans can help you to improve your health and wellbeing, putting you in the best position to have a healthy pregnancy and giving your child the best possible start in life.

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"I found out my thyroid was overactive"

"I found out I was iron deficient"

"I reduced my BMI and fell pregnant"

"I conceived after two months"

Who are we and why we can help

  • We’re a team of doctors and dietitians on a mission to improve pre-pregnancy healthcare and education
  • We use blood tests and lifestyle data to identify health issues and lifestyle habits that could affect your chances of conceiving and having a healthy pregnancy
  • We’ll tell you what you’re doing well, identify areas for improvement and support you with one-to-one coaching to make those changes
  • Our Health Plans and health coaching have helped thousands of people to make lasting changes to improve their health

Preparing your body for pregnancy

LiveSmart’s Prepare Plans consider the many factors of pre-pregnancy health giving you the advice and support you need to start your journey towards motherhood.

  • Health nutrition - getting the right levels of folate, vitamin D, iron and vitamin B12 can help to reduce neural tube defects and the risk of miscarriage [1,2,3]
  • Weight management - a high BMI can be a contributing factor in reducing fertility. Lowering your BMI can help you to conceive faster and reduce your risk of developing gestational diabetes [4,5]
  • Lifestyle - your risk of low birth weight and premature births is increased if you smoke during pregnancy [6,7] and recommendations for women planning pregnancy is to avoid alcohol [8]
  • Stress and mental health - trying to conceive is a stressful time. We’ll support you in managing your stress and looking after your mental wellbeing to reduce chances of post-natal problems [9]
  • Hormones - Anti Mullerian Hormone testing gives insight into your ovarian egg reserve and has been found to change following lifestyle improvements [10]
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How your diet, lifestyle and supplements can affect conception and pregnancy

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Get doctor recommendations personalised to you

Our doctors review over 100 aspects of your health and lifestyle, to build a detailed picture of your current health. Their recommendations will help you to improve both your health and your chances of conceiving

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Your blood result recommendations

Dr Nina Rashad

GP • Mother


Your red blood cell folate levels are currently below the recommended optimal range for women planning a pregnancy. Folate is a vital nutrient for preventing neural tube defects. What is even more important is optimal red blood cell folate levels pre-pregnancy as the neural tube closes in the first 28 days after you have conceived. Most women don’t know they have conceived during this time. Folate can be found in food, but in addition to getting folate from food, I recommend you start taking a supplement containing 400ug of folic acid daily from now on.

Vitamin B12

Vitamin B12 deficiency can sometimes lead… to temporary infertility (an inability to conceive). This can be improved by if you’re levels are corrected. It’s important you see your GP as soon as possible...

Work with your personal health coach

Discuss your results and get the support you need to improve your health and put you in the best position to conceive and have a healthy pregnancy

Included in your health plan:

50 minute telephone consultation call

20 minute follow-up call after 1 month

20 minute follow-up call after 2 months

Hear our medical team talk about how health coaching can help you to reach your health goals

Get your own healthcare team who learn about you and can help you to:

Optimise your health to improve your chances of conceiving sooner

Prepare your body for a straightforward pregnancy and birth

Make changes to your diet to give your baby the best start in life

Take the right pre-pregnancy supplements for you and your baby

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Get started with a blood test

Once you’ve purchased your health plan we’ll send you a finger prick blood test kit in the post, or arrange for a nurse to visit you at home.


Take your blood sample and complete your health profile


Doctors review your results and write your report


Discuss your results with one of our health experts

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  1. Ray, J.g., and H.j. Blom. "Vitamin B12 Insufficiency and the Risk of Fetal Neural Tube Defects." QJM: An International Journal of Medicine 96.4 (2003): 289-95. Print
  2. George, Lena. "Plasma Folate Levels and Risk of Spontaneous Abortion." Jama 288.15 (2002): 1867. Print.
  3. Ronnenberg, A. "Preconception Folate and Vitamin B6 Status and Clinical Spontaneous Abortion in Chinese Women." Obstetrics & Gynecology 100.1 (2002): 107-13. Print.
  4. NICE Guidelines “Weight management before, during and after pregnancy”, July 2010.
  5. Kate E Martin, Rosalie M Grivell, Lisa N Yelland, Jodie M Dodd. “The influence of maternal BMI and gestational diabetes on pregnancy outcome.” Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice Volume 108, Issue 3 (2015): 107-513. Print
  6. ”Genetic variation in the 15q25 nicotinic acetylcholine receptor gene cluster (CHRNA5–CHRNA3–CHRNB4) interacts with maternal self-reported smoking status during pregnancy to influence birth weight”, Human Molecular Genetics, Volume 21, Issue 24, 15 December 2012, Pages 5344–5358,
  7. Dahlin S, Gunnerbeck A, Wikström AK, Cnattingius S Edstedt, Bonamy AK “Maternal tobacco use and extremely premature birth - a population-based cohort study". BJOG. 2016 Nov;123(12):1938-1946. doi: 10.1111/1471-0528.14213. Epub 2016 Jul 14.
  8. Royal College of Obstetricians & Gynaecologist "Alcohol and pregnancy", February 2015 (reviewed January 2018)
  9. Howard, Ryan, Trevillion, Anderson, Bick, Bye, Byford, O’Connor, Sands, Demilew, Milgrom and Pickles, British Journal of Psychiatry, "The accuracy of the Whooley questions and the Edinburgh Postnatal Depression Scale in identifying depression and other mental disorders in early pregnancy"
  10. “Anti-Müllerian Hormone: genetic and environmental effects” Clinica Chimica Acta Volume 476, January 2018, Pages 123-129
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