Struggling with postpartum depression?
Worried about getting postpartum depression?
Every woman has heard horror stories about postpartum depression. Many women have experienced it and never want to again.
Understanding it and recognizing the symptoms can help but ultimately we want to avoid it altogether or have some tools to help alleviate the symptoms.
Come join me for a free class where we are going to discuss:
- Causes of postpartum depression
- Using nutrition to help you to avoid or alleviate symptoms
- Other things you can do to improve postpartum depression
LOCATION: Idaho Falls Yoga Co-op
ADDRESS: 740 W Broadway, Idaho Falls
DATE: Saturday, June 23rd
Manipal Hospital has put together an incredible 2 1/2 minute video that shows what is happening in your body during ovulation.
It can be incredibly empowering to understand what is happening within your body every month.
5 Fall Foods for Fertility
Five Types of Foods for Fertility and Overall Hormone Health
Eating foods as they come into season, just as our ancestors did, not only makes sense but is better for your budget as those foods are usually at their cheapest. Many of those foods are also superb at supplying your body with the nutrients it needs to be at its best, especially in regards to preparing for pregnancy. So, let’s get started.
Sauerkraut can be eaten alone, as a side dish, or is most often eaten with meat. The enzymes in sauerkraut help us to digest meat, so that makes sense. This recipe takes advantage of fall foods would be great with pork chops, with sausages, or by itself as a snack. I make the basic recipe with fall spices and put it into my green smoothie.
Have you ever wondered what to do with Swiss Chard? I found a delicious recipe in a book called “Bringing a Garden to Life” by Carol Williams. Carol Williams does a lovely job of describing how to garden in a story telling format. This recipe is just a sentence tucked into her chapter on vegetables.