Give your baby the best start to life!
There’s no denying it, these early newborn days are amazing, but they can also be physically and emotionally exhausting. Between round-the-clock feeding, nappy changes, never-ending piles of laundry, rocking, burping, settling, cuddling… prioritising your nutrition can seem impossible.
As difficult as it may seem, this really is the time to prioritise your own health, and particularly your nutrition. As they say, you can’t give what you don’t have - this is particularly true for breastfeeding mums, as your nutrition intake and nutrient stores continue to be the sole source of your baby’s nourishment. Let me be clear, however, that breast milk is a superfood regardless of our diet quality, but our diet does impact the levels of particular key nutrients in breast milk, so having a nutrient dense and well-balanced diet is the key to ensuring your baby is receiving optimum nutrition.
Whether or not you're breastfeeding, your body has just been through a massive event. Regardless of the type of birth you had, pregnancy is hugely demanding physically and nutritionally and can leave us deplete of important nutrients. Focusing on your nutrition in these early days can have huge benefits for your own physical and mental wellbeing, including your energy levels and mood.
Let's optimise your postnatal diet
Replenish nutrient stores post the high demands of pregnancy, labour and breastfeeding
Optimise the nutrition content of your breast-milk for the benefit of your baby’s lifelong physical, cognitive and mental health
Boost your mood and improve your energy levels
Learn how to make healthy eating the simple and quick option
Establish good habits to ensure you are modeling healthy eating behaviours for when your baby is ready to transition to solids
Get your baby to sleep through the night, every night (Just kidding…I can’t really do that sorry!)