Bean Bindloss

Bean Bindloss
Profile

Bean Bindloss is a registered Nutritional Therapist specialising in women’s health and
menstrual cycle conditions such as PCOS and endometriosis, as well as with women going
through peri/menopause.

Bean loves helping couples prepare for a healthy pregnancy whether that’s supporting a
natural conception, maximising chances of a successful round of IVF, overcoming PCOS or
endometriosis to conceive, reducing the risk of pregnancy loss or understanding what’s
driving unexplained or secondary infertility. Bean’s focus is on your general wellbeing as
well as preconception health, so that you can better roll with the stress and knocks of life,
and IVF, if that’s the journey you’re on. She aims to work with both partners where possible,
mindful that it takes two to make a baby, and that improving the health of both egg and
sperm reaps enormous benefit for the long-term health of the baby.

In her words, “what drives my desire to give you the best fertility support is based simply on
this – realising that I can provide the information, guidance and reassurance that I would
have loved to have had before I became a parent; that I was doing everything I could for the
best possible outcomes”.

Bean is compassionate and understanding, wanting you to feel held and fully supported
during what can be an anxious and stressful, as well as happy time. She has a busy online
clinic and runs workshops locally near her on the Somerset/Wiltshire/Dorset border. Bean
graduated from the Institute for Optimum Nutrition, a leading school of science and
evidence-based Nutritional Therapy in the UK and continues postgraduate training in
hormonal health and fertility to keep abreast of the latest research and developments.

Education
Registered Nutritional Therapist, DipION, AFMCP
Professional Associations
mBANT and CNHC