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Crockpot season is here, and there are so many amazing crockpot recipes that are perfect for breastfeeding mamas wanting to give their milk supply a boost, while also still losing the baby weight. Crock pot cooking is amazing for new mamas because you can toss in some ingredients and leave it alone. I have an awesome fall eating challenge for breastfeeding mamas, with even more recipes. It is free, and it will jump start your weight loss without compromising your milk supply! Make sure to grab that to go along with these crock pot recipes, and you will be feeling amazing this fall and winter. A few important things to note is that these recipes are full of nutrients, and they are also lightened up. The reason is because nourishing your body with many different fruits and vegetables is really important to fulling heal and produce breast milk. My goal,…

Breastfeeding a new baby in the fall and winter is one of my favorite memories. Snuggling up on the couch with my little one and a cup of soup in my hand is so relaxing. All of my babies are fall and winter babies, so I have a lot of experience in losing the baby weight during the crisp and cold months while still breastfeeding. All of my babies were born in the Pacific Northwest, though we live in Florida now. I have a very popular 10-day detox plan for breastfeeding mamas to get off sugar and start losing weight, and I wanted to also create a seasonal plan for the pre-holiday months. These are recipes that will help you lose the baby weight because they are clean, full of nutrients and light in calories, yet also help you keep your milk supply up.&nb Of course many of the breakfast…

The Keto diet is really popular right now, and many mamas have had a lot of success with it, until they start breastfeeding. Doing the Keto diet while breastfeeding is safe and possible if you follow it correctly. With changes in hormones and nutritional needs while breastfeeding, there are some modifications you need to make to your Keto diet, to ensure you can keep up your milk supply and lose weight. If you make the proper changes to your Keto diet while breastfeeding, you can almost effortlessly lose the baby weight while breastfeeding, and experience no issues with your milk supply!  I personally don’t follow the keto diet completely. I believe in fruits, veggies, proteins and fats for myself, with a wide range of variability on higher-sugar carbs like fruit. The reason this works for me is because I am a runner. As a runner, I burn more carbs, so…

Postpartum nutrition is really important. And when I say really, I mean it is something that can make or break your healing, energy levels, milk supply and more. I am super passionate about postpartum nutrition because it is the key to keeping both mama and baby healthy after birth. I’ve been slowly working on starting a movement here at The Postpartum Cure, pushing mamas to learn what good, healing nutrition looks like, and why it is important after birth. The medical community is taking notice, and I am so excited to now be working with doctors and OBGYNS to help provide more resources and care after birth. I personally was handed a sheet of simple exercises to do for healing, and offered whatever I wanted to eat from the hospital menu…that was my experience with postpartum care and healing. If you want even more nutrient advice for postpartum healing and…

Most new mommies are very eager to lose weight fast once baby arrives, but are worried that if they drop calories or weight too quickly, they will also lose their milk supply. I’ve lost the baby weight fairly quickly with each pregnancy, without losing my milk supply at all because of one major point: my nutrition. I can tell you with out a doubt your nutrition and food sources is the fastest way to lose weight while breastfeeding.  If you don’t want to read through the in-depth information on losing weight quickly while breastfeeding, and just need to get started, I highly recommend my FREE 10-Day Reset Ebook, or grabbing my program. I specifically designed my program around all of these key points! What does a good breastfeeding diet look like? Here are some points I am going to go over, because I want you to really understand exactly how…

Boob food bowls are amazing, superfood bowls of yumminess you can make in one bowl, with awesome ingredients to boost your milk supply. These include smoothie bowls, overnight oatmeal bows, quinoa bowls and more. I am a huge advocate in nutrition for milk supply. That is what my whole program is based on – eating nutrient-dense foods that will keep your milk supply up, help you lose weight and keep you and baby nourished. Can’t go wrong with that right? And guess what? Eating nutrient-dense foods doesn’t have to be tasteless or boring. I have a round up of some AWESOME recipes that you can try to help you boost your milk supply, nourish your body and keep the nutrients flowing to baby. This is really important to your energy levels and healing as well. Boob Food Bowls For Increased Milk Supply and Nutrient-Density: Smoothie Boobie Bowls: I am starting…

Losing the baby weight, or at least some of it by 6 weeks postpartum is entirely possible, and not necessarily super difficult if you make some easy and simple changes to your diet and habits. Working out isn’t really an option before your 6-week check up and clearance (though there are some awesome healing workouts you can do!), but eating a nutrient-dense diet is really important to your milk supply as well as losing weight. As a mom of three boys, I have lost the baby weight 3 times, and being a fitness professional and nutrition coach, I came up with 5 easy steps you can take to lose the baby weight (or at least start losing) by six weeks postpartum. These easy steps for weight loss after baby arrives mostly involve diet, because that is 80% of your weight loss journey. Your breastfeeding diet is also really important to…

One of the biggest concerns for breastfeeding mamas with a healthy diet is a gassy baby. Many mamas seem to believe that the healthy foods they are eating are causing their baby to be super gassy and fussy. My middle child was the fussiest baby, and every night I had to hold him for hours, or he would just cry. There are many reasons that newborn babies are gassy, and food isn’t necessarily the main culprit, though allergies can play a role. If you are trying to eat a healthy diet and consuming lots of fruits, veggies, oatmeal and other potentially gassy foods, you could be thinking that is the cause of your baby’s gas and upset tummy. Let’s look into what is proven to cause a gassy and fussy newborn baby: First, there is no actual research that foods eaten by the mother get into breast milk, and then…

This is a FREE 10-day reset program for postpartum mamas to combat postnatal depletion, renew their energy, heal after baby, increase milk supply and lose weight. By following this guide, you are going to be eating healthy, simple and resetting your body to perform better. Optimal nutrition can help you balance your hormones, produce a healthy milk supply and even lose the baby weight. Remember, this is in no way medical advice, and you should always seek the advice of your physician or medical professional. Here is the video introduction, where you can get the full details on what I buy to eat healthy and the major points of the program. Then, make sure to sign up for the e-book, so you can get started!

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…

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