Throughout pregnancy, your body was completely devoted to your baby. It is very normal to feel depleted after the birth, and looking after yourself now isn’t self-indulgent, it’s necessary.
Good nutrition gives you your energy back
The downsides of living with a newborn are well documented: lack of sleep, anxiety and even depression. Add in fluctuating hormone levels and it’s no wonder so many women struggle to cope in those early days.
Eating the right foods can help to enhance your mood, balance your hormones and get you feeling more like your old self. A practical and individual postnatal nutrition plan will help you to safely return to your pre-pregnancy weight while replenishing your reserves so you can feel your best again.
Good nutrition aids breast feeding
The quality of your breast milk really does depend on your health and the food you eat on a daily basis.Some women find it more difficult to breastfeed than others and it can be a period that leaves you feeling frustrated and anxious. Personal nutritional support will ensure you give your body all it needs to produce top quality breast milk.
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What my clients are saying
By the time my baby was 11 months old and still never sleeping through the night I was totally exhausted and had no motivation to sort out my diet, which was the worst it had been in years. I was struggling to lose my baby weight and my digestion was all over the place. Rosie believed that food intolerances were compounding the problem (which blood tests later confirmed to be true). Rosie challenged many of my old views on what made a healthy diet and designed an eating plan which was easy to maintain, even with no time and a fussy eater as a husband. Rosie was non-judgemental, patient and empathetic when I slipped up, and always happy to help even after our programme had finished. I have been really surprised at how simple changes can make such a dramatic difference so quickly. Once my intolerances were identified my digestion sorted itself out within a week, and I had so much more energy. Two months on and I even fit back into my pre-pregnancy jeans!