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Category: Postpartum Recipes
Immune Boosting Tea: A Recipe For Postpartum Healing Hesitant to try any immune boosting tea...Read More
I know life after birth can be tough. You are running on lack of sleep, are dealing with...Read More
How many mamas know the perfect oatmeal recipe for a healthy postpartum rejuvenation and plentiful milk supply?
That’s what I thought.
Moong bean soup is the perfect addition to a new mother’s postpartum diet. It is easy to digest, highly nourishing, and gives strength to the recovering mother. In Ayurveda, moong bean soup and kitchari are staples of a healthy vegetarian diet.Read More
Made from just dried fruits, ghee, juice and spices, this simple iron-rich fruit compote is a great recipe to have in your postpartum care tool belt. Not only are these fruits high in iron, but this recipe is a yummy breakfast or snack.Read More
Rice porridge, also known as rice congee throughout Asia, is the #1 dish to eat the first few days after birth. Traditionally used in both Chinese medicine as well as Ayurveda, this simple dish contains all the qualities necessary to jump start your postpartum recovery.Read More
Yes, there is a food out there that rivals chicken soup’s ability to heal the body and soothe the soul. This fabulously nourishing vegetarian stew is called kitchari.
Not only does it give strength and vitality, it improves digestion and assimilation, as well as being superbly grounding and comforting. It is also an easily digestible complete proteinRead More
Ghee is the most important food you can eat on a daily basis to ensure strong postpartum rejuvenation. Also known as clarified butter, ghee is a pure oil made from unsalted butter. Sweet cooling and digestive, it is as delicious as it is medicinal.Read More
Milk is a complete food gifted by Mother Nature to nurture life. It is deeply nourishing when used appropriately, and can be a strong medicine for postpartum nursing mothers. Milk is the most rejuvenative food according to Ayurveda, and has the ability to nourish your deepest tissue layers quicker than any other food.Read More
This herbal tea should be a staple in every mother’s postpartum diet. Don’t let its simplicity fool you. Fennel and fenugreek, spices commonly found in kitchens throughout the world, have wonderfully healing postpartum properties.Read More
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