You’ve just found out your pregnant.
Your equally ecstatic and terrified about growing a human being, and no wonder; you’re growing a spine, and a brain inside you right now!!
As wonderful as being pregnant is, it’s also a very demanding time.
With so many questions whirling around in your head, you don’t have enough hours in a day to learn everything you need to know about having the healthiest possible pregnancy.
That’s why I’m here.
To help you cut through all the myths about your nutrition, and help you have the healthiest pregnancy possible.
If baby has already arrived, congratulations! You’ve made it through the first hurdle of becoming a mom.
Every waking minute you spend thinking about baby, feeding baby, researching every quirk, odd sounding hiccup, and red spot you see. You don’t want to miss a thing.
But if you’re reading this right now, I can tell you with 100% certainty you are missing the most important thing…. YOU!
- Barely have time to eat between feeding your baby and catching up on sleep.
- Really don’t feel like yourself, are lacking energy and struggling to just make it through each day.
- Are ready to start “eating right” and get back to your “pre-baby body.”
Boundaries are a mom’s best friend; without them you’ll be left defeated, depleted, and drowned in all the expectations.
Trust me girl, you’re not alone in this. Book a call now so we can figure out what postpartum nutrition looks like for you.
When it comes to prenatal and postnatal nutrition, I have a few core beliefs:
- If you don’t enjoy the food you’re eating, then you probably shouldn’t be eating it. Give yourself permission to eat only food you love.
- All food can fit in a healthy diet. No food is off limits (minus the specific foods during pregnancy that pose health risks).
- Food is just food; it is neither inherently good or bad. Nor does food need to be “earned” by exercising.
- Your body was meant to grow and evolve; it was never meant to stay the same or be forced to revert to previous versions of itself. Your pre-baby body was just that. Your body before all the hormones and life sustaining processes took place to allow your body to accommodate and support life. Your body truly will never be the same.