Food as Medicine Postpartum: Reducing Inflammation and Regulating Blood Sugar

by Stephanie Greunke  If you need immediate help, the National Suicide Prevention Hotline is a free and confidential network of more than 140 crisis centers nationwide. It is available 24/7 to contact in a crisis at 1-800-273-8255. You can call for yourself or someone you care about. For additional help, call Postpartum Support International’s warmline at 800-944-4773. You’ll get […]

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PPD and Intrusive Thoughts: Molly’s Story

Meet Molly B., a mama who reached out to us on Instagram. Molly is a stay at home mama to her two-and-a-half-year-old son, Harrison. She shares her love and passion for wellness and holistic health through her Instagram.We had to share her inspiring #MyHealthyHappyPostpartum story in her own words. Do you have a Healthy, Happy […]

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PPD and Intrusive Thoughts: Molly’s Story

Meet Molly B., a mama who reached out to us on Instagram. Molly is a stay at home mama to her two-and-a-half-year-old son, Harrison. She shares her love and passion for wellness and holistic health through her Instagram.We had to share her inspiring #MyHealthyHappyPostpartum story in her own words. Do you have a Healthy, Happy […]

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My Successful #BreastfeedingWhole30: Meghan’s Story

Meghan is a member of our Whole Mamas pregnancy program, and she’s also a Registered Dietician and a Certified Lactation Counselor. This is her personal #BreastfeedingWhole30 story, in her own words. Today on the #WholeMamas blog: Lactation Consultant Meghan M’s #BreastfeedingWhole30 story. Click To Tweet In Meghan’s own words My husband and I have been […]

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Four Tips (and Recipes!) to Support Your #BreastfeedingWhole30

As with any new dietary or exercise program, please speak with your healthcare provider before starting your Whole30. Are you planning a #BreastfeedingWhole30? The Whole30 is a wonderful way to nourish yourself and your baby postpartum, but as a breastfeeding mama there are a few special considerations for you to keep in mind. In this […]

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Whole Mamas Must-Haves: Breastfeeding Essentials

Have you had the experience of going to create your baby registry, standing in the aisle of a big box store, and feeling paralyzed by all of the choices?  So have we, and we want to help you out. Welcome to our Whole Mamas Must-Haves series, where we share our recommendations for all baby-related products! […]

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Dear Melissa: Can I Have Fat Bombs?

This month we’re focusing on supporting our  breastfeeding mamas with resources and answers to frequently asked questions. Today we have a special blog post from the Whole30 headmistress, herself, Melissa Hartwig Urban. Dear Melissa, I’m nursing, and I need extra calories! I’ve been hearing these “fat bombs” are a great way to increase healthy fats […]

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Answering your FAQs About a #BreastfeedingWhole30

From Stephanie Greunke, R.D. and co-creator of the Whole Mamas Pregnancy Program. Always run any dietary changes past your provider, to ensure it’s an appropriate option for you. Interested in trying a Whole30 while nursing, but afraid of losing your milk supply? You’re not alone. This is a common concern we hear from the women […]

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Claiming Your #JanuaryWhole30 Non-Scale Victories

It’s day 30 of the #JanuaryWhole30, so it’s time to start evaluating and sharing your experience. Your first impulse on Day 31 might be to hop out of bed and directly on to the scale. Hold up a minute, mama! First, take a few minutes to reflect on your non-scale victories and celebrate those. Remember: […]

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Creating a Nutrient-Dense Smoothie

The information included in Dear Stephanie posts is for educational purposes only. It is not intended nor implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice. Always consult your healthcare provider to determine the appropriateness of the information for your own situation, or if you have any questions regarding conception, pregnancy, or your prenatal treatment […]

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