Postnatal nutrition

Mum eating with baby on hip

Postpartum | Wellbeing | | Helen Farnsworth

It is important to give the quantity and quality of the foods and drinks you’re consuming some thought to ensure you are receiving all the energy and nutrients you need to produce milk for your baby, and to optimise your own health

Safe exercises to do pre & post birth

Pregnant woman going for a swim

Postpartum | Wellbeing | Pregnancy | | Charlie Launder

When it comes to exercise in pregnancy and into early motherhood you’ll be pleased, and maybe surprised to hear that there is far more that you can do than you can’t. The top priority is to keep you and the baby safe, and the next thing on the list is to help your body to prepare for recovery in the best way possible.

Coping with body changes after pregnancy

Mum soothing crying newborn

Postpartum | | Elinor Harvey

If you can’t fit into your old clothes, your belly is still rounded and soft and your stretch marks make you want to cry. It’s normal that your body looks like you’ve just had a baby- because you have! However there are lots of ways that you can help yourself if you’re struggling with your body image.