You’ve probably heard the word thrown around before on commercials, but do you really know what it means? Probiotics are “good” or “helpful” bacteria because they help keep your digestive system healthy. They are live bacteria (and yeasts) that are essential for your gut health.Read More
As a breastfeeding mama, I try to keep an eye on my diet as best as possible. I try to limit caffeine, cut down on sugar, eat lots of fruits and vegetables because I know that whatever I eat, my son will receive. Fish contains vital nutrients such as Omega-3 fatty acids, proteins, vitamins and minerals such as iron. Those nutrients help to foster healthy development. The 2015 Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommend that women who are pregnant or nursing eat 8 to 12 ounces a week of a variety of low-mercury seafood.Read More
Have you ever heard of using flower remedies/essences to help restore the balance between the mind and body?
Probably not. From the research that I’ve done, the use seems to be a bit more commonplace in other countries rather than here in the United States. But you may have heard of Rescue Remedy which has been touted by the likes of Dr. Oz, Martha Stewart, and Emma Watson.Read More
In December 2017, I gave birth to my first child – a hefty little boy weighing 9.9 pounds. He was a breech baby and even though my doctor gave us a few different options, he encouraged us to go with a c-section.
We did.Read More