Being a mother can be one of the most fulfilling jobs, but it can also be quite perilous on your health. No one truly prepares mothers for what is to come after your baby is born. Some mothers may struggle with breastmilk production, or not be consuming enough fluids, while other mothers may struggle with self-care. Below is a list of dos and don’ts for moms.
It’s important. Every time you eat out or buy premade garbage, you outsource your food choices. You relinquish your power and give it to someone else. When you make your food at home, you have total control of what goes in your body, and that is a powerful thing. People tend to forget that. So please, get in the kitchen and start cooking!
Given the many news reports of published studies showing much benefit from the use of Vitamin D, people might reasonably conclude that a consensus had emerged favouring its use. Vitamin D has been around for decades. Official bodies like Health Canada have found sufficient evidence to rule on its efficacy, safety and side-effects. At the official Eat Right Ontario website it states “recently, the recommended amounts for Vitamin D increased for people of all ages”. For older children and adults from 600 I.U. to 4000 I.U. per day.
Most of us take it for granted, but have you ever taken a moment to stop and think just how important water really is? It is a vital substance for the Earth and the human body. You can go weeks without food but only 5-7 days without water. It is involved in almost every bodily function such as circulation, digestion, absorption and elimination of wastes and is a primary component of all bodily fluids such as the blood, lymph, digestive juices, urine, sweat and tears.
Water carries electrolytes and minerals salts and also an immense ability to heal. 81% of our blood stream is water and when toxins