In this day and age where braces are the norm, parents aren’t surprised when genetic issues crop up in pregnancy, and vaccines are debated in increasingly heated situations, it’s nice to know that there is an answer to all the madness.
Food is powerful. Traditional foods can unlock your best gene expression. Organ meats, traditional fats, lacto-fermented foods, and more can literally change the way that your children grow and develop in utero.
See how in Heather’s e-book, aptly named Nourished Baby. You’ll learn about what to eat during pregnancy, how to decode your cravings while breastfeeding, how to raise spirited and adventurous eaters, and the “why” behind it all.
When I heard all the possibilities that real food unlocks, at first I couldn’t believe it. But then I realized what good news this was! You can have a healthy, nourished baby.
Did you know that you shouldn’t feed your baby rice cereal as her first food? And that you’re better off trading a prenatal vitamin for fermented cod liver oil?
A lot of traditional wisdom flies in the face of the typical recommendations for pregnant and breastfeeding women. They are decent recommendations, but may not be enough if you are looking for truly vibrant health. Sometimes these recommendations are misguided: prenatal vitamins are not very well-absorbed, for example. And sometimes they are just downright wrong: rice cereal, a starch, as a baby’s first food is completely wrong, for many reasons.
Learn about the why’s and how’s of traditional foods. Rethink what you thought you knew about pregnancy, babies, and children. Hear the great news: you can have a nourished baby, too!