Preconception & Early Pregnancy Resources

Preconception & Early Pregnancy Resources

Reducing toxins in your home before your baby is born is one of the most important things you can do for their long-term health.

Studies have found over 100 toxic chemicals in the cord blood of newborns, which goes against the old belief that the placenta acted as a barrier to protect the fetus. When you start lowering your exposure before your baby is born, you’re not only supporting your health, but also setting your growing family up for healthier habits for life.

There is a lot of overwhelming (and conflicting) information out there. Don’t let that stop you from figuring out how to tackle toxins with confidence! 

Check out these resources – science-based and focused on practical strategies specific to this important stage in your baby’s development. 

Guides & Courses


4 Hormone Disruptors to Avoid Before Having a Baby

So many people only start their non-toxic journey after baby arrives. But studies show that the sooner you start the better – especially when it comes to hormone disrupting chemicals. Whether you’re trying to conceive or already pregnant, learn the top 4 you’re exposed to everyday, and what you can do to reduce them – without getting totally overwhelmed.

Prepping for Pregnancy

This 6-week on-demand course is the best way to minimize toxins while trying to conceive or during early pregnancy, so you can feel confident that you’re doing everything you can to keep your baby healthy and safe.


Healthy Baby Registry Guide

This PDF Guide walks you through the best way to choose healthier products for your baby registry. You’ll learn how to set up an online registry for a range of retailers, how to create a healthy nursery on a budget, and specific product recommendations for everything you need to welcome baby to your family!

A Few of our Most Relevant Podcast Episodes & Blogs

If you’re looking for something else, we’ve got lots of info and resources for you! 

Check out more on the PodcastBlog, and Resource Pages. 

TIP: use the search bar on the blog pages or the bottom of any webpage to help you find what you’re looking for.

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