Loving My Postpartum Body: Karina’s Story

As mothers, our bodies undergo so many changes during preconception, pregnancy, and postpartum.  We believe that it is possible to be healthy, thriving, and loving to yourself in every season. Karina is an HMHB member mama. Today she’s sharing her lifelong struggle with body image and how pregnancy and postpartum shifted her relationship with her […]

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Kid-Friendly Recipes featuring Tessemae’s

We are in full January Whole30 swing, and these kid-friendly recipes are either Whole30 compliant or can easily be modified to be Whole30 compliant. Whether you’re working on your kids’ nutrition or doing a Whole30 yourself and don’t want to become a short-order cook for your family in the meantime, try these recipes out. They’re […]

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Defining Whole30 Success for Mamas

This month, as our community journeys together through the January Whole30, we are focusing on positive body image in every season. While trying to conceive, during pregnancy, and through postpartum, you may be watching your body change in ways that feel out of your control. For some women this can cause struggles with trusting, honoring, […]

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Your #JanuaryWhole30 Success Strategy

Hey mama! Chelsea here, Content Coordinator for Whole Mamas. Are you participating in the #JanuaryWhole30? We have over 100 women in our private Facebook group excited to start! The women in our Healthy Mama, Happy Baby program represent several stages of motherhood. Some women are focusing on preconception health, some are pregnant, and this year, […]

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Whole30 Meal Prep as a Working Mom

by Judith Forman, Whole30 Certified Coach Judith is a busy single, working mama to her 5 year old daughter, and a Whole30 coach on the side. Today she shares how she sets herself up for Whole30 meal success in her own words. You can connect with Judith on her blog or on Instagram. My First Whole30 […]

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Healing From my Ruptured Ectopic

Today we hear from Kristin, an HMHB Member Mama who experienced a ruptured ectopic pregnancy. Although her story is a “worst case scenario,” our intention is not to create fear. Ectopic pregnancies occur in 1-2% of all pregnancies in the United States. Our hope is to share a realistic picture and personal story of a […]

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Healthier Swaps for Sensory Kids

When working with our pregnant mamas experiencing nausea and food aversions, Stephanie often uses the concept of “lateral shifts.” If you typically avoid gluten because of symptoms it causes, yet you find yourself craving foods with gluten, you might not want to eat that since it will overall not make you feel better. You could […]

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Three Tips When Facing Criticism for Public Breastfeeding

by Kelly Warner, Whole30 Certified Coach and mom of 3. Connect with Kelly on Instagram or her personal website. Kelly shares her public breastfeeding experience in her own words. Find more about her journey on her blog. The World Health Organization (WHO) defines breastfeeding as “the normal way of providing young infants with the nutrients […]

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Dealing with Other People’s Food, Part 2

In part 1, we shared a few strategies for dealing with what your kids eat when they’re away from home. Today, let’s talk about some situations you’re likely to encounter and how to apply your plan in real life. The list of adults who are likely to be offering your kids food is long and varied: […]

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Dealing With Other People’s Food, Part 1

As parents, we do everything we can to keep our kids safe and healthy. We cover them in sunscreen, make them wear their seat belts, and teach them how to cross the street safely. When we make the change to a Whole30-inspired lifestyle, that desire naturally extends to the food that our kids eat. But […]

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