Our mission at MothersBabies has always been to empower you, the mothers and mothers-to-be, with everything you need to know about the life-altering impact your gut health has on your fertility, pregnancy, and the future health of your baby.
We are constantly trying to find ways that we can reach our audience in new, accessible, and affordable ways so that you can benefit from this potentially game-changing knowledge…and this is why we have created our online course.
Our course includes interviews and advice from some of Australia’s leading healthcare experts, including obstetrician and gynaecologist, Dr Dani Susic, midwife Professor Hannah Dahlen, GP Dr Kirsten Palmer, research fellow and senior lecturer Dr Steven Leach, and fertility nutritionist Brittany Darling. Discover the latest on fertility, baby health, and the microbiome by accessing our videos in each module.
We are passionate about public healthcare, and want our information to be as accessible to as many people as possible. For just a fraction of the cost of seeing each of our healthcare experts individually, you can learn from their extensive experience and knowledge in our online modules.
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Optimise your family’s gut health with the MothersBabies online course ‘Healthy Gut, Healthier Baby’.
Individual Modules: here
Pre-Pregnancy Bundle: here
Pregnancy Bundle: here
Post-Birth Bundle: here
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