Many new moms trying to lose weight consider a postpartum diet that cuts or eliminates carbohydrates. But cutting carbs might do more harm than good. Aim for a mix of healthy proteins, fruits, veggies, carbs, and fats.
So you’ve just had your baby. Labor can be extremely taxing on the body, and now your healing postpartum journey begins. If you’re anything like most moms, the first thing you want to do is eat after labor and delivery. Most hospitals don’t allow eating during the labor process, and even if you had a
Are you wondering what to eat after giving birth and for breastfeeding? Feeding your body with the best postpartum healing foods can make it easier to recover and and make breast milk. Learn what to eat so that you can have a strong postpartum recovery!
I don’t know about you, but when I was breastfeeding my babies, I was constantly hungry! I would eat an entire meal and not even an hour later feel like I haven’t eaten in days. Don’t be surprised if you are experiencing the same thing. Your body is working hard to make milk to feed your little one so you are burning lots of extra calories! Burning extra calories doesn’t mean you should stuff yourself with junk food though. I’m not saying that the occasional junk food binge doesn’t (and…