The Postnatal Cookbook
Replenish and rejuvenate your postpartum body with these 75 easy, healing, and protein-rich recipes designed with new moms in mind.After giving birth, most mothers are well-versed in feeding patterns and schedules for their little ones, yet little attention is given to their own nutrition. The Postnatal Cookbook offers 75 simple, easy-to-prepare recipes for truly nourishing the postnatal body—what is ultimately best for both mother and baby! Written by a registered dietitian and lactation consultant, these delicious recipes are specially formulated with the nutritional needs of a new mom&’s fourth trimester. Inside you&’ll find: - Quick and easy protein-packed meals like Spinach Egg Bites, Mediterranean Salmon Wraps, and One-Pan Lemon Chicken - Satisfying, nutrient-rich snacks such as No-Bake Bliss Balls and Flax Seed Granola - The nutritional information every postpartum mom needs to eat healthily - And much more! Based on the latest research in nutrition science, this cookbook prioritizes the foundation of whole food, healthy eating for recovering mothers. Nutrients of vital importance to postpartum such as iron, protein, vitamin D, and omega three-rich foods are highlighted in each recipe.
- 2020 Jaren Soloff
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