Is Your Body Failing You? Interview with Fertility Expert Aimee Raupp on Body Belief

 

 

As I was researching my book The Joy of Later Motherhood, I came across one woman whose story never left my mind:

When Rita and her husband could not conceive, they took the next logical step and went to one of the top infertility clinics in their hometown, New York City, for help. The couple spent well over one-hundred-thousand dollars (money they did not readily have) on treatments. Sadly, Rita lost all three of her pregnancies. When her infertility specialist pushed her toward using donor eggs - another costly process - Rita became disheartened.

"What's wrong?", she asked but never got an answer. Neither her highly trained infertility specialist nor her OB/GYN ever bothered to look for the underlying cause of her miscarriages - it was all blamed on her age of 38 and her "old eggs".

But Rita felt in her gut that something was not right with this assessment.

She did not believe that she miscarried because of her age, she'd rather felt that there was another reason for her losses. 

That's when Rita took back her power and, with the help of her sister, started her own research into what could be going on with her body. Rita also connected with fertility and Traditional Oriental Medicine expert Aimee Raupp (whose own story of becoming a mom at 40 is written in chapter 3 of my book) and started to see her regularly at her NYC clinic. 

It was Aimee who helped diagnose Rita's autoimmune disease and offered guidance on how to heal from it. Rita followed Aimee's lifestyle protocol and healed her body from the disease.

Within a matter of months, Rita conceived naturally and carried a healthy baby-boy to term without any problems. 

So when I heard that Aimee was about to release her brand new book "Body Belief" I immediately requested an interview to bring to you! 

If you are a woman living in the U.S. (or another developed country, where the stats are similar) please listen up:

30 million women in the US are diagnosed of having an auto-immune disease.

One in nine women in the US will have an auto-immune disease at one point in her life - most likely in her prime in her 20s, 30s and 40s.

If you plan on getting pregnant soon or in the next couple of years, then watch this interview now!

ATTENTION: Aimee is offering an amazing book bonus for F.R.E.E. if you order her book. Click here for details.

xoxo,

Bettina 

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