PREGNANCY & FERTILITY
Nourishing a healthy pregnancy from
pre-conception through post-natal
Getting Ready for your New baby
The Benefits of Placenta
GRASS FED DAIRY
Buy unsweetened, full-fat dairy products. Avoid buying fruit-sweetened or flavored yogurts. Add your own fruit and vanilla extract to give it some great flavor.
LOTS OF GOOD PROTEIN
Healthful proteins include grass-fed meats, free-range poultry, beans, legumes, whole eggs, wild-caught seafood, unsweetened nut butters and grass-fed dairy products.
FRESH FRUITS & VEGETABLES
Aim for 7-10 servings a day. A serving is just a half a cup of cooked or 1 cup raw. So, one big salad may be 2-3 servings. Make sure to eat a wide variety of colors as well. Eat the whole foods or make blended smoothies, but avoid juice because it is mostly just sugar. All fruits and veggies are great.
Fat is your friend! Good choices include: grass-fed butter, avocados, avocado oil, olives, olive oil, raw nuts, whole eggs, dark chocolate, and wild-caught seafood
Nutritious whole grains include rolled oats, sprouted grain breads, buckwheat, quinoa, amaranth, millet and many more. Buy them in their whole form, not refined. Look for products that say 100% whole grain.
A RECIPE FOR A HEALTHY PREGNANCY
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So Which Prenatal should I Get?
While there is no one right prenatal vitamin or regimen for everyone, we often get asked by Midwives, Doctors, other Practitioners, and clients if there is a general prenatal vitamin that we recommend.
Thankfully we have been able to locate one that will help to meet the needs of most women.
Remember to always check with your Doctor or Midwife before starting any supplement as no product is right for everyone.