While it's important to listen to your body and consult with your healthcare provider, incorporating health and fitness goals into your pregnancy can contribute to a smoother pregnancy, easier labor, and a faster postpartum recovery.
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Pregnancy can cause your fitness routine to shift, which can be mentally and physically challenging. Many things change, including how you look and feel, and it’s okay to have mixed emotions.
Buying in bulk is still fair game when you’re 3D printing a tiny human, and these Costco pregnancy finds are perfect, healthy go-tos next time you hit America’s favorite box store.
There can be a lot of uncertainty regarding returning to exercise after a c-section. Get answers to the most common questions from mamas who want to start working out again but are unsure how to get started.
You’ve probably come across words like free-range, grass-fed, wild-caught, and organic in relation to pregnancy food sources. We’re here to get to the bottom of what these phrases mean and why it’s important to opt for these foods.
If you’re here, you’ve probably heard conflicting information about exercise—specifically about strength training during pregnancy. The good news is that strength training in pregnancy is safe as long as you’ve been cleared by your doctor!
Knowing your macros for breastfeeding and the postpartum period is a complex topic because every pregnancy and baby is different. Today, we’re digging into what you need to consider from a nutrition standpoint if you’re breastfeeding your new little one.
What can eat while pregnant? What should you avoid? There isn’t a one-size-fits-all answer, so we’re here to help you decide if current safety recommendations apply to you and your pregnancy.
As women, we’re well aware that our menstrual cycles aren’t convenient. Actually, not having one sounds very convenient! So why, oh why, should we care when she misses a visit?