Would you like to be able to decode your cravings when you are breastfeeding? Do you want to learn how to positively affect the quality of your breastmilk? Did you know that you should skip the rice cereal as baby’s first solid food? Do you wonder why your child is picky, or how to encourage your little one to be adventurous with food?
You’ll find all the answers to these questions, and more if you grab a copy of Nourished Baby for yourself, a friend, a family member, or anyone you know who loves birth, breastfeeding, childhood nutrition, real food. This is the ultimate guide to babies!
After reading Nourishing Traditions several years ago, I started thinking about health in a whole new way. I had no idea that fat was good for me, that lacto-fermentation was a lost art, or that grains were traditionally prepared by soaking or sourdoughing.
And then familiarizing myself with the Weston A. Price Foundation, I was even more aware of the connection between good health and traditional foods. I was even aware of the fact the the state of one’s teeth was a good indicator of health, considering the role that vitamin K2 plays in the strength and position of bones and teeth.
Heather weaves these concepts together, and then builds upon them beautifully. You’ll find out how to give your body and your child’s body the proper nutrition, both in the womb and out. You’ll understand the connection between sacred foods and vibrant health. You’ll find answers to many of your questions. And you’ll laugh! Heather is not only knowledgeable, but hilarious!