Nutrition , Recovery

Spring Childers Demystifies All Things Placenta

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Even Kourtney Kardashian ate her own placenta. Some women eat their placenta because they believe the organ contains the nutrients being transferred from mother to child while the baby is in the womb. Some benefits could include increased breast milk production and a decrease in post-natal depression.
Listen to hear everything you never knew you TOTALLY WISH YOU KNEW about placentas, including: 
what is the placenta
what prenatal foods and practices can benefit the placenta
what is placenta encapsulation
what are some of the ideas and benefits around the practice
how have women historically used their placentas
what are some of the placenta traditions in other cultures
where to go to find someone to make capsules for you
what happens with the placenta after birth – how transported to person doing encapsulation – how to store
other beautiful things done with the placenta (e.g. artwork prints)


Eat Like The Rainbow

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On Episode 29 we speak with Marjan Esser who works for a company that specializes in creating foods for parents, babies and toddlers. She shares her wisdom with us and we love the way she describes healthy eating: “Eat Like The Rainbow!”. We agree. Don’t salads always look more attractive when they have a variety of colors? But don’t get us wrong … healthy eating isn’t about eating salads. This is particularly true for expecting moms and post-natal moms.
How does eating while pregnant factor into baby’s palate?
What is the relationship between milk supply and foods?
Which foods work well for first solids to try with your 4-6 month old?
What nutritious foods are helpful for a recovering new mom?
Listen to the show to find out the answers to these questions and more.