Congratulations! You completed the Intro Diet and made it to the Full GAPS Diet! Or, perhaps you just jumped in and started with the Full GAPS Diet without implementing the intro stages first. Either way, you’ve taken an amazing step in upgrading your overall health and lifestyle. So, again…congrats!!! But now that you’ve started on the Full GAPS Diet or are thinking of doing so, the big question at hand is —
As a mama, having a little one who suffers from eczema can be excruciating! And this is typically true for both you and your little one. For those who don’t really have any experience dealing with severe eczema, they might wonder what the big deal is. “Isn’t it just a little skin rash?” Well, the answer to that is a big NO! I totally get…
You know the saying. “You are what you eat.” Now, as a breastfeeding mama, you and your baby are what you eat! While many professionals might argue that the food mama eats has no effect on the quality or quantity of her milk, studies suggest that good nutrition does play a role in the richness and abundance – especially with fats and other key nutrients – of your milk.
Ahhhh, waiting for that first tooth to pop. I don’t know if it’s more painful for baby or mom. Okay, maybe us moms are not in any actual pain (unless baby tried to use your breast as her own personal chew toy – ouch!), but the drooling, fussing and inconsistent sleep and feeding patterns that often go along with teething are enough to definitely test our patience.