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The FU Project

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The FU Project

A health & fitness and society & culture podcast from Tasha Blasi

After ten rounds of IVF, Tasha hopes that no one will ever have to go through what she did! And with this humorous, loving, empowering podcast, you won’t have to.

Tasha Blasi is an integrative fertility consultant, patient advocate, founder of the Fertilitites Unite Project (FU Project).

Her integrative program, the FU Project Workshop, provides guided customizations for any woman trying to get or stay pregnant with ongoing support from her and her team of holistic health and mental health experts. Her goal is for you to get pregnant as quickly as possible…with true grace and confidence that will allow you to experience pregnancy and motherhood the same way.

The FU Project Workshop is in 12 countries and serves 100+ women each year. You can learn more about it by signing up for an empowering complimentary fertility strategy session at

On this podcast she shares the frameworks for women to co-collaborate with their doctors, learn holistic health practices, get inspiring and empowering content to create confidence in themselves to create their family, and her fertility strategies that she uses on her clients. Many women have credited this podcast guidance to their sudden pregnancy!

Tasha’s podcast serves science, research, love and her personal and ridiculous stories with an unfiltered, raw, humorous tone.

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