About FabFertile


Sarah Clark, Founder, Fab Fertile

When Sarah Clark was 28 years old, she received a diagnosis of premature ovarian failure (loss of function of the ovaries before age 40). At the time she had chronic yeast infections, acne on her previously clear skin, dandruff, and a weird fungal rash on her chest. She didn’t realize until years later that these health conditions were connected to her fertility. She accepted the diagnosis and was fortunate to have both her children with donor eggs.

After her children were born her health began to suffer. She experienced chronic bladder infections, chronic sinus infections, chronic yeast infections worsened, toenail infections, vertigo, seasonal allergies, allergies to multiple antibiotics, and eczema. Years later she realized the root cause of her fertility diagnosis was a food intolerance, gut infection and chronic stress.If you have low AMH and/or high FSH there are targeted steps wecan take with functional nutrition and medicine that can improve the chances of pregnancy success with your own eggs.

She is a certified life coach with accreditation from the International Coaches Federation and a health coach with training from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition.

She is the author of Fabulously Fertile – Supercharge your Fertility Naturally, Fabulously Fertile Cookbook and Fertility Preparation Program. She is super proud of her Signature Fertility Coaching Program, which includes functional lab testing, supports couples to make diet and lifestyle changes that dramatically improve the chances of a healthy pregnancy and baby!

On her Get Pregnant Naturally Podcast she shares that with a functional health coaching approach and natural fertility solutions we can eventually reverse infertility. Check it out on iTunes, Stitcher, and Google Play.

Dr. Labib Ghulmiyyah

Board-certified in OBGYN/Maternal Fetal Medicine and Functional Medicine.

Dr. Labib Ghulmiyyah navigated a unique path from Lebanon to women’s health advocacy. Most of his patients like to call him "Dr. Labib."As a first in the region, he brought sexual health onto Middle Eastern television, raising never talked about awareness. After honing his expertise abroad, he returned to become Head of Maternal Fetal Medicine at American University of Beirut. After 14 years of practice, during which he assisted the medical center in obtaining residency training accreditation, on August 4th, 2020, a deadly explosion rocked his beloved city, plunging it into turmoil. Given Lebanon's uncertain future, Dr. Labib made the difficult decision to relocate his family.

After struggling with inexplicable fatigue and brain fog, he discovered his own high toxin levels were the culprit - sparking a mission to optimize women’s health through Functional & Culinary medicine. His core belief is “Reframing Health of Women No Matter Why” by collaborating with patients to build customized wellness plans.Despite enduring immense tragedy, Dr.Labib perseveres in advocacy - writing, teaching and using media to share knowledge. His journey shows how even in upheaval, purpose can emerge. Dr.Labib transforms adversity into impact, working to elevate the wellbeing of women globally.

He participates in our team case reviews for the Couples Coaching Program.

Marika Walker

Registered Nutritional Therapist

Marika Walker is a Registered Nutritional Therapist, qualified with a diploma from the College of Naturopathic Medicine (CNM) in Manchester (UK) in 2014. Marika was also the Programme Director for CNM (Manchester) and continues to lecture and supervise clinics. She helps women and couples experiencing fertility issues to make sense of their situation and to optimize their health in preparation for conception, with a special interest in working with those who are preparing for IVF treatment.

Marika first became interested in nutrition while she was studying for her Masters in Business Administration (MBA) in Grenoble, France. She had a life changing accident when she was 30 and spent 7 months in a French trauma hospital to be able to walk again. After the accident, she wanted to start her family but struggled to conceive. She was searching for answers and found her way to nutrition. While she was studying nutrition, she tried IVF and ICSI, but after a few unsuccessful rounds and one miscarriage (and a lot of stress and tears!), she felt like there was another route for her, another calling to become a mother. She chose to adopt, and now has 2 beautiful girls through the adoption journey.

Marika has seen the effectiveness of a Functional approach with her many fertility clients. This includes the use of advanced testing to address the healing opportunities for imbalances and to improve the nutritional status of both partners so that solid foundations can be laid down for better fertility outcomes. She is passionate about supporting natural fertility and empowering her clients with the tools they need to best nourish themselves, whether they are trying to conceive naturally or using the assisted reproduction route. She wishes that she had all this knowledge when she was trying to conceive, and now loves to help other couples to achieve their dreams.

Marika lives in Edale, a picturesque Peak District National Park village between Manchester and Sheffield, in the north of England (UK). She is based there with her husband, 2 little girls, an Irish Wolfhound (called ‘Bear’), and 3 mad cats. She is originally from Finland, is multi-lingual, and misses her family, sauna, forest, lakes, proper winter and the Northern Lights

She provides nutritional support and guidance in the Couples Coaching Program.

Kay Kay Lineweaver

Nutrition Practitioner

Kay Kay holds a Master of Science in Human Nutrition and Functional Medicine and a Bachelor of Science in Applied Behavior Analysis with a minor in Health Promotion.

Kay Kay was always sick as a kid, going to doctor after doctor but never getting any answers. Functional Medicine changed that! She provides nutrition support in the Couples Coaching Program.

Through her own journey she learned that food can be medicine or fuel to the fire. Once she addressed the root causes of her issues and provided her body with the nutrients it needed to heal, she became pregnant.

Her pregnancies opened her eyes to the importance of nutrition for a healthy and enjoyable pregnancy but also as a means to achieving desired birth outcomes, because birth so much more than a baby in a bassinet.

Kay Kay has now made it her mission to show women that pregnancy can be enjoyable without the supposed “normal” pregnancy discomforts, and that through nutrition and lifestyle changes you can achieve your dream birth.

Caitlin Townsend

Fertility Coach, Functional Nutrition Therapist, Professional Chef

Caitlin Townsend, Fertility Coach, Functional Nutrition Therapist, Professional Chef

Caitlin grew up loving all things natural and ate a diet full of freshly baked goods and home cooked meals. This love for food led her to go to The Culinary Institute of America, where her love affair with food continued.

She considered herself to be overall a healthy person. It wasn’t until she started trying to conceive that she realized there were many supposedly ‘normal’ things that were causing underlying health conditions and stopping her from having a healthy baby. Things such as gut issues, painful periods, mood swings and bloating which she thought were all ‘normal’ started to add up to the big picture and explain her ‘unexplained’ diagnosis. When she was diagnosed with unexplained infertility and her doctors were not able to come up with any solutions, she knew she had to become her own advocate and find the explanation.

It wasn’t until she went back to school and became a Functional Nutritional Therapist that she was able to uncover her hidden health issues and begin her recovery to true optimal health.

She fell in love with the process of combining her culinary knowledge and her functional nutritional education and was able to share this with others struggling to conceive. Caitlin uses a food as medicine approach, that tastes amazing along with a functional approach to get to the root cause.

When she isn’t geeking out about all things fertility, you will find her in the gardens of her lovely farmhouse or cooking up something tasty in her kitchen.

She provides nutrition support in the Couples Coaching Program.

Samantha Coffin

Fertility Coach

Samantha is a wellness + mindset coach primarily focused on helping women go from a life full of symptoms to a life full of living.

As a child, Samantha personally struggled with health and wellness. She doesn’t have many memories where she wasn’t sick. Yet the various doctors she saw had few answers and many told her that her experiences were “normal”.

In 2007, Samantha was diagnosed with Lyme Disease and Celiac Disease. Years into her gluten free diet, she was still struggling. This is where she finally said, enough is enough and took it upon herself to find the answers. With her Masters in Gender + Women Studies, ACE health coach certification and years of personal experiences, Samantha started offering her services.

Her personal journey is still in action. After 5 years of infertility, Samantha was finally diagnosed with Endometriosis and began furthering her education to serve the 1 in 10 women living with this dramatically misunderstood disease.

Samantha became a health coach because she believes everyone should be able to reach their optimal health in a much shorter time than she has. Our lives should be spent living!

She provides Fertility Coaching in the Couples Coaching Program.

Fatima Shaikh

Fertility Coach

Fatima is an Integrative Fertility Coach who is dedicated to helping women and couples create their families with joy and purpose through an evidence-based holistic approach that includes diet and lifestyle changes, stress management, and mindset coaching. It’s very important to Fatima that her clients feel empowered and supported as they gain a renewed sense of vitality.

In her 20s Fatima was diagnosed with “unexplained infertility”. She lost her first baby at 12 weeks and experienced eleven more losses thereafter. When the miscarriages kept recurring, she couldn’t understand why there was no explanation and how an otherwise healthy woman could keep miscarrying. So she decided to take matters into her own hands.

After years of research, doctor’s visits, trial and error, and leaps of faith, Fatima finally got to the root cause of her miscarriages and now has two lovely children. After helping other women and couples through their journey, Fatima decided to certify as a Holistic Health Coach with a specialization in Hormone Health and Fertility Nutrition.

Inspired by her grandmother’s and mother’s use of herbs and food as medicine and her own passion for learning, Fatima is studying Western herbs as well as Traditional Chinese Medicine.

She provides fertility coaching in the Couples Coaching Program.

Katy Bradbury

Clinical Advisor

Katy Bradbury is a registered nurse and nutritional therapist whose mission is to improve women’s chances of having healthy babies and raising happy children. 

Katy had her own struggles with fertility and this sent her into a downward spiral of anxiety and depression. It was only when she learnt more about her own body and the messages it was sending her that she was able to make changes to her diet and lifestyle and was able to conceive naturally. After that, things improved so much that she conceived her second child without trying!

Katy started her career in academia and has a background in evolutionary anthropology and public health. She later trained as a nurse and then nutritional therapy, and is committed to the field of maternal and infant health. 

There is a vast amount of scientific research proving better outcomes for children who have mothers who are well-nourished through the pre- and post-natal period. Having experienced her own struggles with fertility, a traumatic birth, and bonding issues, Katy knows just how important this support is. Sadly we have a healthcare system which is over-burdened, meaning there aren’t always the resources available to give each woman the personal care they need to help optimize their nutrition, sleep, exercise and social environments.

Katy lives in London, England with her husband, cat, dog, and two beautiful daughters.

Katy is the Clinical Advisor for the Fab Fertile case reviews.

Jenny Shepherd

Nutrition Assistant

Jenny graduated with her MS in Clinical Nutrition from Maryland University of Integrative Health. She is currently on track with obtaining her CNS credentials

Jenny didn’t always have a great relationship with food and was a victim of diet culture that led to an eating disorder. It was through eating whole foods, changing her perception of food, and educating herself on proper nutrition that helped her recover. Her journey to recovery made her realize that food can be therapeutic or a detriment to your health. Her fascination with the remarkable healing properties of food and nutrition led her to pursue a career in functional nutrition. She wanted to help people feel better through nutrition and lifestyle changes that are sustainable.

Chloe Ring

Nutrition Assistant

Chloe holds a Master of Science in Functional Nutrition from the University of Bridgeport and is currently on the path to obtaining her CNS credentials.

Chloe's personal experiences have been the driving force behind her passion for women's health. After spending over a decade on hormonal birth control and navigating the challenges of chronic stress, she found herself grappling with a range of symptoms. Little did she know, these were interconnected and, unfortunately, often dismissed. The revelation came when she decided to come off of hormonal contraception, uncovering the masked hormonal imbalances that had been overlooked for years. Since then, she has dedicated her time to ongoing training and specialization in the area of women’s hormones and related conditions.

Educating and empowering women is at the core of Chloe's mission. Drawing from her journey, she is dedicated to fostering body literacy, encouraging women to reconnect with their innate wisdom, and supporting them in their unique health journeys.

Chloe's love for food extends beyond her professional realm into her personal life. In her free time, she explores the transformative power of food as medicine, experimenting in the kitchen. She believes in the profound impact of adopting a whole, plant-centric approach that is adapted to meet the unique needs of the individual based on their current state of health.