We get the full run down on what to eat (and not) during pregnancy- but most of us are left without much information when baby is born. But postpartum nutrition is just as important in supporting our health (and baby) for the immediate postpartum, and beyond- so what does balanced postpartum nutrition look like?In part 2 of the Healthy Balanced Mama Podcast Women’s Health Series, I’m joined by Michelle Tagge, Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, who shares simple, practical and impactful changes we can make to our postpartum nutrition (and how to actually get meals on the table during that crazy postpartum time!).
About Michelle:Michelle Tagge is a Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioner with a Master’s in Data Analytics and is the host of the Nourished and Nurturing Podcast. Michelle supports women during the prenatal and postpartum periods so they can find better health for themselves and their babies. She specializes in helping mom to understand the special nutrient needs we have at this time to aid in recovery and to give babies the best possible start. She is the co-author of Real Food for Real Moms: A Postpartum Prep Guide, which gives women information on preparing for the postpartum period and provides recipes that can be made ahead and frozen before the baby comes. She is a mom to 3 year old Connor and 6 month old Ashlynn and lives in the Chicagoland area.
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