I am Sabine Green, and I am an acupuncturist and nutritionist. I am passionate about supporting women, helping them feel well and be at the best place possible to finally achieve their dream of being pregnant.

My journey started when I was suffering from endometriosis. My consultant told me there was nothing else they could do for me to ease the pain. It was a shock, to be honest. Until then, I had been convinced that, somehow, doctors and consultants would always find THE solution and would make the pain or illness go away.

 I started to look further afield. I thought I knew what a healthy diet was (you just need to eat your vegetables, right?). But I discovered how even minor tweaks, like eating oily fish regularly, could make a massive difference in my pain levels. I saw an acupuncturist to help regulate my menstrual cycle and ease my periods further. That was the start of my journey, understanding more about both nutrition and acupuncture.

Since then, I have completed my postgraduate diploma in acupuncture and nutrition at the Northern College of Acupuncture. I did many further post graduate courses around fertility, hormone balance and women’s health. I am also a member of BANT and the BAcC, the leading professional organisations for acupuncture and nutrition. 

With over 10 years of supporting women with fertility issues, I have learned that a diet for fertility isn’t about expecting women to get a size 8 figure.

It’s about using food as medicine.
It’s about ensuring that your body is getting the right building blocks, so you have the best chance to get pregnant.
And, it’s about realising that, when it comes to nutrition, there isn’t such a thing as a ‘one size fits all’, so adjusting your diet to YOU and your particular imbalances is essential. 

After all these years, I wanted to share what I have learnt in a way accessible to many more women than just the ones I see on a 1-1 basis. That’s how Suddenly Fertile started.