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Publisher's Summary

From the best-selling author of Everything You Need You Have.

Nature teaches us that a balanced state is a fertile state; and in this audiobook Gerad Kite shows how 'balance' can be the secret to successful conception, even when all else has failed.

In The Art of Baby-Making, he presents a unique, holistic approach to creating the right conditions for new life to take hold. His method combines the ancient wisdom of Chinese medicine with psychotherapy, drawing on his years of experience and effective practice.

Kite believes that too often couples are dismissed with a diagnosis of unexplained infertility when it is a condition that can be overcome.

Filled with testimonials from his many, diverse patients, this book focuses on laying the foundations for long-term balance and well-being so that pregnancy can follow, almost as a by-product. Whether you are aiming to conceive naturally or undergoing fertility treatment, it is a must-listen on your journey towards parenthood.

©2016 Gerad Kite (P)2016 Audible, Ltd

Critic Reviews

"With his unique technique, Gerad Kite can help fertility-challenged people conceive - and has countless success stories to prove it." ( Mail on Sunday)
"Kite's patients find themselves, and thereby heal themselves, in ways they could never have imagined." ( Sunday Telegraph)
"Gerad's inspirational approach stands conventional wisdom on its head. This book is a must-read for anyone trying to have a baby." (Fearne Cotton)

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I loved listening to this book. It was incredibly interesting and dispersed throughout were several stories that provided food for thought. Fertility, or rather infertility, can be a rather emotive topic and I like that this provided a balanced viewpoint based around a particular modality.

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Highly recommend for those looking at fertility not just as a physical issue but also a mind/body one.

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  • 21-08-2018

Enjoyable read

I got this book as I wanted to listen to something positive rather than obsess about getting pregnant and end up on web forums looking for answers. Really lovely listen. I liked listening to so many stories. Helped me to believe that the answers could be simpler and if you have a diagnosis of unexplained infertility there is a lot of hope! x

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  • 28-06-2021

Loved this book

I just wanted to listen to something that gave a different perspective and calm… I know I can be impulsive and impatient so this book really helped me to just chill out :) the stories were great and the information about alternative medicine was really interesting to me, particularly because i don’t believe that doctors know everything and we all are taught to wholeheartedly trust very person in the medical profession. You know your body more than anyone… so I liked it was based around acupuncture

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  • 07-11-2018

Focuses on acupuncture

I bought this because I loved the title, but did not expect the exclusive focus on "5 Elements Acupuncture".

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