All postpartum mothers need extra support to fully heal from giving birth and preventing any issues from arising months to years later. Nutrition and lifestyle choices have a significant impact on recovery and establishing a healthy milk supply. I support all mothers regardless if they are breastfeeding or not.
Post birth, you may be left feeling depleted and overwhelmed. This feeling may come on anytime in the first few years after giving birth. If you had complications during your pregnancy or if you had a complicated birth, your nutrient reserves might be further depleted.
Symptoms of nutrient deficiencies include excessive fatigue, mood swings, anxiety, depression, brain fog, unexplained aches and pains, skin issues, and gut health issues. Women typically experience hypothyroidism six months after the birth of their first child and three months after the birth of their subsequent children. It is never too late to seek support to restore your sense of self, well-being and vitality.
If you are having trouble keeping your milk supply up, nutrition and lifestyle factors have a big impact on your milk supply. If you are concerned about your supply or simply want to increase your supply, adjustments in your diet and lifestyle can greatly help.
Babies observe everything we do- from the tone of our voice to what we put into our mouths. We influence our baby’s preferences and tastes by what we consumed during pregnancy, by what we consume while breastfeeding, and by simply eating in front of her.
You have the ability to set up lifelong healthy eating habits for your child from the very start of his life. In fact, the more healthy food you expose her to at a very young age, the less you will have to fight to get her to eat healthful meals as she grows older.
If you are Postpartum and/or Breastfeeding and you want:
- To regain your vitality and restore you nutritional stores.
- To establish healthy eating habits for yourself and your observant baby.
- To feel nourished and satisfied after each meal.
- To eat a nourishing diet while breastfeeding and according to your baby’s growing needs.
- To feel energized, sane, and happy.
- To recover from a traumatic birth experience in a holistic manner.
- To learn what to look for in infant formulas and healthy foods to introduce to your baby.
- To ease your baby’s colic, gas, and discomfort associated with nursing and/or formula.
- To increase probiotics in your diet and introduce safe probiotics to your baby.
- To take care of yourself without guilt.
- To build better sleep habits for yourself and your baby.
- To know what supplements are beneficial for your recovery.