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Eating for healing postpartum is very important, and salads are a wonderful, tasty way to do this!

In my program, I believe in the power of foods to heal your body postpartum.

I have the 20 most healing foods listed in the program, and eating healing foods helps your body repair tissues, reduce scar tissue, and recover faster. Here are 7 healing salads with nourishing ingredients. I have 20 salad recipes, 20 healing smoothie recipes, and 20 healing dinner recipes in the program, along with how to heal your pelvic floor and core, and a specialized Pilates and cardio to safely lose the baby weight. There is no program out there like this. I am so excited to be helping moms nourish and heal their bodies, give them the tools to keep their milk supply healthy, instruct them on how to strengthen the pelvic floor and core, and ultimately walk them through safely losing the baby weight by focusing on protecting your core, as well as burning fat.

What role does food play in healing your body postpartum?

Food gives your body the nutrients it needs to put your body back together after birth. Specific nutrients play important roles in cell regeneration, recovery, and repair. Without these nutrients from important foods, your body has a harder time recovering after birth. 

What are some important foods you can eat for healing postpartum?

Focus on brightly colored fruits and veggies for vitamin C, antioxidants, and phytonutrients. The important vitamins in these colorful fruits and veggies like berries, citrus fruits, and peppers help absorb other nutrients like iron. All foods work together, so ensuring you are eating a variety of lean proteins like eggs and poultry, as well as avocados and nuts for healthy fats, plays a major role in postpartum healing.

Salads are a great way to get in a lot of healing nutrients postpartum in one big bowl. 

I also highly recommend smoothies for postpartum mamas because of how quickly and easily you can whip them up and load them with nutrients. Think frozen fruits and veggies, an awesome postpartum protein powder, and healthy milk choices to get your body full of nutrients with one hand. Easy prep and clean up! But chewing and eating food is important too! So, let’s get into some awesome, healing salad recipes for postpartum recovery.

Let’s get into 7 healing salad recipes for postpartum recovery:

Rainbow Harvest Salad With Apples The Lemon Bowl

Healing Salad in a Jar Julie Daniluk

Honey Mustard Chicken Avocado Bacon Salad Cafe Delites

Apple Cranberry Walnut Salad Creme de la Crumb

Italian Chopped Salad The Harvest Kitchen

Chicken Avocado Caprese Salad Cafe Delites

Southwestern Chicken Salad With Cilantro Dressing Gimme Delicious

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