Here’s what I’ve been doing in my third trimester, including working out, supplements, postpartum prep and my midwives protocol the last few weeks of pregnancy to help with an easier labor.
Last week I shared healthy swaps for snacks and I got so many requests to do healthy swaps for desserts so that’s what I’m showing you today.
When it comes to making improvements in your health and diet taking baby steps can be really helpful. Today I’m sharing some healthy swaps for snacks! Of course making your own is the healthiest, but when in a pinch and you’re looking to just buy something at the store these are the snacks I recommend.
Kitchen hacks can help us save time, stay organized and just make things SO much easier. Here’s four of my favorite hacks that I use in my kitchen all the time.
The second trimester of my second plant-based pregnancy has to be, by far, the best trimester in my opinion.
One of the best drinks to have during the summer is a cold slushy! It’s a refreshing way to beat the heat, but
This Mexican Farro Salad Bowl can be thrown together in under 20 minutes and it’s packed with nutrients. It has plant-based protein, iron, healthy fats and grains, antioxidants and more!
Hairspray is a product most of us, especially women, use on a daily basis! Unfortunately, there are a lot of chemicals in these products that put our health at risk just to hold our hair in place.
I’m an advocate of healthy eating and since I’m pregnant I’m even more conscious of it. Not to say every single day is perfect, especially not during the first trimester 🤢 but I do my best to make sure I’m nourishing myself and my growing baby.
Something I hear a lot is “eating healthy is expensive!” But when you’ve got a plan before shopping and are prepared with some money saving tips you’ll still be able to eat healthy, even on a budget.
This Watermelon Limeade juice recipe is so refreshing and the perfect drink for Summer. It can be made in a juicer or blender.
Jackfruit Taquitos make a surprisingly easy, meat-less alternative to serve as appetizers or a meal. They are full of flavor and can be customized to your liking!
This tea latte is a delcious way to drink Red Raspberry Leaf Tea, especially if you’re not that big of a fan of drinking it on it’s own.
Our kitchens can be a big burden on the environment, from the type of food cooked most often, to water usage and the waste from different products. There’s no getting around it, we all need to use our kitchen so I wanted to show you a few simple ways to make it more eco-friendly!
The weather is warming up, which is my favorite time to eat a big yummy salad. Even though I could get them year-round, there’s something better about salad in the summer!
A body butter recipe that is creamy and feels so good when you put it on! All of the ingredients are very beneficial for the skin. No nasty preservatives or additives that can harm your health. It’ll also save you money and can be made in less than 30 minutes!
Composting is when organic matter like food scraps and leaves are recycled back into the ecosystem. It helps to enrich soil which provides plants with much more nutrients.
Pregnancy is a time to really focus on our health not only for growing a healthy baby but also the wellbeing of the mother! I’m currently in my third trimester with my second child so I wanted to give some ways to have a healthy pregnancy.
Smoothies or juices? What’s the difference between them? Which one is better for you? Let’s talk about it.
It’s officially spring and this Lemon and Thyme Asparagus Pasta is perfect for it. It’s not only a delicious spring time recipe, but it’s also budget-friendly.
The Environmental Protection Agency estimates that indoor air pollution is 2 to 5 times higher than outdoor. The EPA also estimates the average person receives 72% of their chemical exposure at home.
Now that I’ve actually been through labor, I know it’s like a marathon, and you don’t sign up for a marathon and not prepare for it. I’m looking at this second pregnancy as marathon and I’m doing things to “train” for labor that I didn’t do with my first.
It’s the time of year again where the Shamrock Shake starts popping up mostly at fast food restaurants, but before you go out and get one let me tell you what’s in it.
More and more research has come out over the past decade or so about how important it is to have good gut health. Not only does 70% of our immune system live in our gut but it’s also connected to our mental health, sleep, skin issues, autoimmune diseases and even cancer. If you’re pregnant like …