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I lost all the extra weight by 6 weeks postpartum after my third pregnancy, without a whole lot of effort or dieting because I’ve finally got the weight loss while breastfeeding thing down. I know breastfeeding a new baby is a really difficult time to lose weight, but it is also a really important time to truly eat the best diet you can.  Breastfeeding and postpartum healing require extra nutrients, both for mama and baby, so cleaning up your diet, and eating better is actually really important! This cookbook is a fantastic way to get started on that ASAP!  Changing my mindset was key to my postpartum weight loss by 6 weeks for the third time around. I wasn’t thinking of my clean eating as a diet, but as nourishment for my body and baby. Making this change, will make my list of tips seem completely achievable for you too! …

Keeping both you and your baby healthy while breastfeeding requires a proper meal plan and some guidance. If you would like a step-by-step program to help you lose weight safely, check out all our courses, programs, challenges, & recipe book. Protein shakes are a great tool for losing weight while breastfeeding. Protein shakes allow new and breastfeeding mamas a quick and easy way to get in a lot of nutrients at one time. There isn’t any chopping, prepping, or cooking, which can make things so much easier with a baby in hand! I don’t know how many times I was wrangling two toddlers, standing and nursing my new baby, and throwing some things in the blender quickly. You can also drink and go, which I really appreciated when I had two toddlers that wouldn’t sit still and a newborn baby. I thought a great way for new mommies to head…

Keeping both you and your baby healthy while breastfeeding requires a proper meal plan and some guidance. If you would like a step-by-step program to help you lose weight safely, check out all our courses, programs, challenges, & recipe book. There’s been a growing movement to support breastfeeding mamas with products, cultural acceptance, and normalizing breastfeeding in public. I LOVE this movement! Postpartum and breastfeeding care are so close to my heart, and so many mamas are left with a new baby with no idea of how to care for themselves. All focus goes to the new baby, while mama is left tired, depleted, and just getting by. What’s been super exciting is to see all these new breastfeeding products to make life as a nursing mama so much easier! As I’ve been seeing all these new products, I wanted to compile the ones I am most excited about because…

Keeping both you and your baby healthy while breastfeeding requires a proper meal plan and some guidance. If you would like a step-by-step program to help you lose weight safely, check out all our courses, programs, challenges, & recipe book. Many mamas struggling to increase their milk supply immediately blame their low milk supply on diet. Diet plays a large role in your body’s ability to function normally, but your diet isn’t just the culprit to your low milk supply. The hormone levels are the real reason your body isn’t producing enough milk, specifically estrogen. What I want to go over is the correlation between your diet and estrogen levels. This is where a lot of mamas get really confused. They think it is the diet specifically that is causing the drop in milk supply when in actuality, the diet is affecting estrogen levels, which in turn affects the milk…

Keeping both you and your baby healthy while breastfeeding requires a proper meal plan and some guidance. If you would like a step-by-step program to help you lose weight safely, check out all our courses, programs, challenges, & recipe book. 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 bowls, quinoa bowls, and more. I am a huge advocate of 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 your 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…

Keeping both you and your baby healthy while breastfeeding requires a proper meal plan and some guidance. If you would like a step-by-step program to help you lose weight safely, check out all our courses, programs, challenges, & recipe book. 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 babies 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…

Keeping both you and your baby healthy while breastfeeding requires a proper meal plan and some guidance. If you would like a step-by-step program to help you lose weight safely, check out all our courses, programs, challenges, & recipe book. Balancing hormones after pregnancy consists mainly of a healthy diet, supplemented with some herbs to help regulate hormone production for breastfeeding, healing and recovering after being pregnant. Luckily, many foods have beneficial effects on balancing postpartum hormones, and I am going to go over them here because I believe in nutrient-dense foods. I created The Postpartum Cure as a program to help guide mamas into healing postpartum through food and patience. Many mamas end up craving sugar while breastfeeding, and find themselves dealing with cravings at certain times of the month. This is really difficult to manage if you are trying to lose weight, breastfeeding and function without screaming at…

Keeping both you and your baby healthy while breastfeeding requires a proper meal plan and some guidance. If you would like a step-by-step program to help you lose weight safely, check out all our courses, programs, challenges, & recipe book. 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. …

Keeping both you and your baby healthy while breastfeeding requires a proper meal plan and some guidance. If you would like a step-by-step program to help you lose weight safely, check out all our courses, programs, challenges, & recipe book. Losing weight while breastfeeding a new baby isn’t an easy feat by any means. I’ve finally learned some tricks and hacks to help you lose the baby weight while breastfeeding that have worked for me. These are simple hacks for weight loss that make you feel full and help you eat less. These hacks will not affect your milk supply, and if you are worried about losing weight and your milk, I highly encourage you to see what mamas are saying about my program. I created The Postpartum Cure, a unique and holistic postpartum recovery program that focuses on eating nutrient-dense foods for weight loss while breastfeeding. Eating foods that…

Keeping both you and your baby healthy while breastfeeding requires a proper meal plan and some guidance. If you would like a step-by-step program to help you lose weight safely, check out all our courses, programs, challenges, & recipe book. Losing weight while breastfeeding is oftentimes a completely overwhelming task, full of difficulties with postpartum hormones, lack of sleep, a new baby to care for, and intense cravings and hunger while breastfeeding. Breastfeeding changes the game for weight loss in so many ways, what once worked great, may not work as well now. Because hormones change so much, stress goes up, and our sleep goes down, it can seem impossible to focus on losing weight and eating healthy while breastfeeding a new baby. Many mamas lose patience and jump into diets and plans hoping that it will just help them get a little of the weight off. Each day the…

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