As new mothers, we can be a little too obsessed about fitting back into our pre-pregnancy clothes. As it turns out, having a little extra fat on your body may be its way of protecting both you and your baby.
You notice your toddler's odd behavior and wild, inexplicable mood swings. He has trouble with fine motor skills, or perhaps an unusual aversion to noise or light. Could this be a sensory processing disorder? Learn the signs and symptoms so you can better help your child.
Need a nutritious pick-me-up food to help you conquer your busy day? Food plays an important role in your overall breastfeeding experience. Learn more about the nutrients needed to maintain your milk supply, as well as possible supplements to help with your daily diet.
Your baby is here! But you're so busy taking care of your little one that you forget to take care of yourself. Sound familiar? But did you know that good nutrition is super important for new moms- whether your breastfeeding your baby or you're simply helping your body heal from childbirth.
You've just peed on the stick and it's positive. Now what? Most care providers will schedule your first prenatal appointment at the eight week mark. So, what are you supposed to do in the meantime?
Today we’re talking about what it means to be an athlete and the changes or challenges you may experience while breastfeeding and breast pumping.
All women need support throughout their breastfeeding and pumping journey. And for some families, that includes financial help to better care for both mom and baby. Today, we're talking all about WIC, which stands for Women, Infants and Children. It’s a federal program that helps pregnant and their postpartum moms and children receive the nutritional care they need. Learn more about their services and how they’ve helped lower income families all over the country.
You've had your baby, and your body hasn't quite bounced back to its pre-pregnancy form. No worries! We've got your inside look at what's happening with your body as well as tips for targeting key areas.
Most of us have a few extra pounds to lose after having a baby. But, a drastic diet could decrease your milk supply. How can you get your body back and still accomplish your personal breastfeeding goals? How can you lose weight while maintaining your milk supply?
We know milk is an important part of our baby's growth and development. But with so many types of milk out there, how do we know what's best for our family? This episode explores the benefits of milk as well as options for getting calcium and other nutrients if dairy isn't an option.