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Sometimes that stubborn baby weight won’t budge, even if you are breastfeeding like crazy, working out and trying to eat healthy. With new year’s upon us, I thought I would put together a tutorial on HOW you can get that baby weight to budge this year, without making intense, strict resolutions that won’t last long. These are resolutions per se, but some changes you can work into your life that will really help you budge the baby weight and lose it for good. If you are breastfeeding, I have some SPECIFIC tips for you on diet, and your workout will not affect your supply. I have a specific program for breastfeeding mamas called The Postpartum Cure, which heals your body and nourishes your body for weight loss while breastfeeding. It all comes in an app, and I’ll mention some more details later one! Sometimes eating healthy and exercising doesn’t do…

The new year is upon us, and this means that it is the perfect opportunity to renew your body, renew your health and renew your energy as a new mommy. Imagine that you could take back your body, energy and health this year, even with the craziness of a new baby, lack of sleep or unruly toddlers running your life. I know it doesn’t sound possible, but you can in a few simple and easy steps! The new year is the TIME to make time (just a little each day) for yourself. Welcome to your (Re) New plan for your body, health and energy after babies. Let’s go over exactly what this means. First, you are going to re-focus and re-new your health this year by working through some focus points, goals and guidelines. Before you begin, you need to be ready to accept changes, to accept discomfort (which always…

Fitness plans for busy moms that get it done in a short amount of time are key to losing weight this year. You can exercise and eat well as a busy mama with the right, specialized program! As a certified Pre/Post Natal Fitness Specialist, mom of three boys, and creator of The Postpartum Cure, I know how DIFFICULT fitness and health is for moms. The struggle is real when it comes to just finding any ounce of extra energy to do a squat or two. Add in the extra energy to cook healthier meals or force yourself to eat carrots, and a fitness plan can quickly become your worst enemy. Don’t let your mom fitness plan become your worst enemy! Here is what to look for in a fitness plan for busy moms, as well as the top programs to consider for weight loss this year! First, a mom fitness…

There are many rules when it comes to postpartum fitness and weight loss while breastfeeding. These rules are often overwhelming, and confusing, which leads to paralysis on what to do, when to do it and how to do it. Protecting your abs from the dreaded Diastasis Recti is important, not reducing calories enough to lose breast milk is important, refraining from jumping jacks is a good idea in the beginning…and the list goes on. Well, as a Pre/Post Natal Fitness Specialist, and founder of The Postpartum Cure, I created the 6 new rules for postpartum fitness that will knock your socks off and leave you feeling like you’re ready to tackle all the work outs. Well, it will hopefully leave you feeling less confused and more motivated with a place to start. Let’s get right into the 6 rules, so you can start your journey of healing, weight loss and…

Your body is brand new after baby. In fact, it becomes a completely new body that you may not recognize, but this body is completely capable of being fit, fabulous and full of health. As a Pre/Post Natal Fitness Specialist, I believe and know that our bodies are in fact eager to repair and recover after birth, as well as let go of un-needed weight and fully nourish a tiny human being. Teaching new and seasoned mommies to love and nourish their bodies for healing and health is my passion. Sharing knowledge and encouragement, along with helpful tools and programs is the best way I can do this in order to reach thousands of mommies each month. I decided to share 5 of my secrets, insider tips that I want all new mamas to know about their bodies after baby. This information is helpful because it trump false beliefs mamas…

Your uterus begins to shrink back to pre-baby size after birth almost immediately on its own, but there are some things you can do to help your uterus shrink back to is normal and small size.  You might want to help your uterus shrink back to normal fast in an effort to help your body. Supporting your body postpartum is always a good idea, especially after the 9 months of pregnancy. During the first 48 hours, you most-likely will feel your uterus contracting back to normal. It can be less noticeable with your fist, but is often felt more after the second or third baby. Either way, those contractions after birth means your body is already getting to work and shrinking your uterus. Helping your uterus shrink back after baby is very important for health reasons, not just getting a flat tummy.  When your uterus shrinks, it is slowing down…

New mommies need lots of gear for breastfeeding, healing, surviving, keeping baby happy and more. New mommies also don’t need any excess gear and trinkets that aren’t totally useful. This is where picking the right gifts is super important. You want to give them something that will make their lives easier. Simple as that. This gift list is full of gifts that will actually be USEFUL to mama while breastfeeding and caring for a new baby, while also making their lives much easier. A new mommy gift doesn’t get much better than that! Let’s get into the top 11 gifts for new and breastfeeding mommies: Soothe Shirt: These are awesome and so amazing for keeping baby happy, your milk supply up, and much easier than a wrap or carrier for around the house. Nature Bond Silicone Manual Breast Pump: This will save your milk, and it works really well because…

Postpartum mamas often experience gas and bloat, and want to get rid of it fast. Well, you can get rid of gas and bloat with just a few steps, which will help your tummy calm down after baby. Postpartum gas and bloating is no fun to talk about, but it feels so much better when it is gone. And, healthy food, or cleaning up your diet isn’t always the answer! Postpartum gas and bloat can be the result of many things that are difficult to control. First, let’s talk about some major causes of postpartum gas and bloat, then we will get into how to get rid of the gas and bloating: Gas and bloating happen when hormones and gut bacteria are out of wack. This is the nuts and bolts to what is going on when you have a descended belly and excess flatulence. Hormonal fluctuations are one of…

These pumpkin protein lactation bars will seriously curb your cravings for all things pumpkin, as well as boost your milk supply! There is a secret weapon in these bars, which I will go over that includes a lactation blend of ingredients that are all known to increase lactation. These bars are also healthy, low carb, and delicious, so if you are trying to lose the baby weight, and struggling with sugar cravings, these will help! In my program, I teach mamas how to eat while breastfeeding to lose weight, and sugar cravings are one of the hardest challenges to eating healthy while breastfeeding. Basically, sugar cravings happen when we crave specific nutrients, and as breastfeeding mamas we need more nutrients ,so we tend to have more cravings. This isn’t a bad thing, it just means we need to eat as nutrient-dense as possible. I have some awesome recipes for breastfeeding…

This is the best lactation protein powder for breastfeeding mamas on the market. It is a fairly new product, but I am so excited because it is a clean, natural, wholesome protein powder breastfeeding mamas can count on to help them stay nourished and produce lots of breast milk. Because I am so enthusiastic about this lactation protein powder, I created a video GOING OVER EVERYTHING! I also talk about their lactation bites, which are just as wholesome, clean, nourishing and of course, MILK BOOSTING. As a certified, Pre/Postnatal Fitness Specialist, I am obsessed with finding the BEST quality products for mamas in my program and readers of my blog.  If we are nourishing ourselves, we are nourishing our babies. I am a firm believer in eating a nutrient-dense diet for breastfeeding and milk supply, and I even created The Postpartum Cure to help mamas learn to eat healthy, heal…

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