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Blocked Fallopian Tubes Health Plan


The fertility health plan below is designed to improve your fertility and make it easier to conceive. By following the Women’s Fertility Health Plan and a naturally healthy lifestyle, it’s possible to see improvements in a matter of weeks.


Your 4-8 Week Plan, From My eBook, by Robert Redfern

Supplements to support women’s health – in order of priority:


Basic Plan, Click Here

SerraPlus+ 80,000IU -Take 2 capsules x 3 times a day, 30 minutes before eating, with water. Drop to 1 x 3 after one month (plan on 4 months).


Curcuminx4000 -Take 1 capsule x 3 times per day, with the SerraPlus+ 80,000IU. Curcumin is a powerful antioxidant that supports the healing process.


Nascent Iodine Drops Iodine is essential for a completely healthy body. Take 3 drops x 3 times per day in 20ml of water, swish around the mouth for 30 seconds before swallowing. Take 1st dose on waking, 2nd mid-morning and 3rd mid-afternoon. Note that Iodine needs a supplement containing Selenium to activate it, such as ActiveLife, D.I.P. Daily Immune Protection or B4 Health Spray.



Advanced Plan, Click Here

AstaXanthin with DHA  -Enhances the immune system and supports fertility. Take 2 x 2 times per day.


MacaPro -Balances the endocrine and the hormonal system. Take 1-2 teaspoons daily.



Ultimate Plan, Click Here

Active Life Capsules – All-in-one blend of 130 nutrients including approximately 75 plant-derived minerals, 12 vitamins and 3 other nutrients to help replenish storages in your body that are naturally depleted each day. Take 2 x 3 capsules daily.


Vitamin D3 – Contributes to hormonal balance. Take 5000IU, 1-2 times per day.






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Your Recovery Food Plan to Maintain ‘perfect Health’ (pH)

We have a food and lifestyle health recovery guide to support the above health plan in the ebook.

Click here to download the Really Healthy Foods plan in the eBook to find out how changing your lifestyle can improve your health condition.



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  5. Joanna

    August 5, 2015 at 10:55 pm

    Whilst I am not a trained nutrition, I have done a lot of research over the years into various areas of nutrition and diet related health problems… Out of everything I have seen/read the Really Healthy Foods Plan is one of the best introductory booklets I have seen for someone to start out on healthier eating. It is honest, clear and a really useful resource.

    • lindsayp

      August 6, 2015 at 9:07 am

      Hi Joanna,
      Thank you for your positive comments on our Really Healthy Foods Plan, we always appreciate feedback from our readers.
      To go alongside our food plan and health/product advice we also offer free health coaching via Skype/telephone with fully trained health coaches, to ensure that you can follow any part of our advice easily, within budget and to monitor progress.
      Just submit your interest online at http://www.MyGoodHealthClub.com, phone (UK)0800 802 1127 (US)1-844-344-2262, or email our Health Coaching Administrator direct at admin@MyGoodHealthClub.com.
      Best of Health
      Your Good Health Coaching Team

  6. Ebony

    August 7, 2016 at 2:30 pm

    I have been trying to get pregnant for 13 years now I’m 29. Been to two fertility docs and with both my next step was hsg. But couldn’t afford it.. Will doctors best serrapatese pills help me to conceive

    • Lindsay Powers

      August 8, 2016 at 3:46 pm

      Hi Ebony, for a full plan please download Robert Redfern’s free ebook on fertilty, which many women have successfully followed to go on to have a healthy pregnancy. You can get full support from the health coaches at the Good Health Coaching Centres, to help implement the plan at your own pace and budget.
      Please register a callback and one of the health coaches will contact you shortly at http://www.mygoodhealthclub.com

  7. Catherine

    June 27, 2017 at 7:48 am


    I found this website by typing in ” is it safe to take serrepeptase while pregnant” In Feb I had a laparoscopy to find out why I’m in so much pain and why I haven’t fallen pregnant for 2.5 years. They found endometriosis and slow flow fallopian tubes. I did some research and started taking serrepeptase and maca root powder and I just found out I’m 4 weeks pregnant last night.
    It’s still early days and need to go for a 6 week scan to exclude ectopic pregnancy. All being well we’ll be fine. My question to you lovely people is am I honestly OK to continue with the serrepeptase and maca root powder (it’s a mix of 4 different ones) what else would you advise I don’t have a big budget at all. Just would like some help as too keeping us healthy if everything is OK with baby.
    Many thanks.

  8. Sasha

    August 30, 2017 at 2:58 am

    Is Serrapeptase okay to take while taking Gonal injections? I am preparing for an IUI and wondering if it’s safe to continue taking Serrapeptase. Or should I wait until after my IUI to continue?

    • Lindsay Powers

      August 30, 2017 at 12:03 pm

      Hello Sasha, there is no interaction with serrapeptase, so you are fine to keep taking it.
      Your Good Health Coaching Team

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