Welcome back to the first video on my series of Introduction of Nutrient Dense Foods.
A couple of months ago I stumbled across through a wonderful website called Paleo Parents.
The purpose of this compilation of pictures is to show my progress and transformation throughout my 4 pregnancies in the last 4 years. I hope they help encouraging women to incorporate healthy eating habits and regular exercise in their life before and after pregnancy.
It seems like every now and then I stumble across studies related to Children’s health, Women’s health… you know, pretty much the stuff that I deal with every single day as a mother and each new study seems to disproves everything the so-called “experts” had been trumpeting up to that point.
And pass the word around to your french community, family and friends! we want everybody to benefit from the wonderful things about keeping a healthy gut for an overall better health.
This recipe is a great alternative for potatoes cakes and they taste as good or better, you can make a fresh batch in minutes and they make great left over. My kids love them hot or cold and is a great side dish for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
If there is one thing I love it is homemade meat stews. They are so easy to prepare and so healthy for you.
We went up to the mountains to relax
Peggy Emch from “The primal parent” blog recently posted a list of books and links for primal/paleo oriented parents.
She compiled an excellent collection of resources for anyone who is interested in starting or furthering their knowledge of what the “Paleo Diet” is and why more and more people are deciding that is a very helpful tool in making our families stronger and healthier. She included “words of wisdom” from each of her listed blogs as well as the reading that got these people interested or inspired by healthy eating. Thank you Peggy and keep up the good work.
Check it out!
Primal/Paleo Parent Bloggers and Their Favorite Reads by Peggy Emch
As a mother of three children (and expecting),I highly encourage women to give serious thought to exercising and nutrition before, during and after pregnancy. Believe it or not flexibility and strength play a big roll in everyday activities especially while carrying the baby during the 9 months of growth and birthing.