Have you got a list of things to do after the baby is born? That list may get longer and longer, from getting back in shape, to spending more time with friends, there are many priorities to get straight those few months after the baby is born, but here 5 important health practices to put at the top of your ist.
Are you suffering from PCOS (polycystic ovarian syndrome)? PCOS is the number one cause of unexplained infertility in the world and many women sufferings from it don’t even know they have it.
It’s important to eat the right foods to ensure your body gets the right nutrients to support your growing baby. Your body will take the nutrients your baby needs to grow directly from your body. If you don’t replace them with the foods you eat, then you can suffer from health problems as your body starts lacking in vital nutrients (known as micronutrients).
Looking to improve your chances of conceiving? Specific nutrients in your diet may help improve the intricate processes involved in reproduction.
Are you familiar with the pregnancy image of fatigue women, and sitting around eating chocolate? This is an inaccurate representation of pregnancy do’s that should really be don’ts. The truth is that nearly every pregnant woman experiences a decrease in energy at some point during her pregnancy, but it is not permanent. There are ways to boost energy levels and keep strong throughout your pregnancy until you give birth.