The nutritional demands of motherhood can make the idea of meals and food preparation overwhelming for moms. We’re bombarded every day with messaging that certain foods are “good” or “bad”, and which foods fall into which category seems to change by the minute.
You may find that you get a lot of questions about where to start and what simple things they can focus on in order to eat nutrient dense food with minimal effort and stress. Here are my top tips for simplifying postpartum nutrition coaching!
If you are a fitness coach, health professional, or have interest working with moms, you are working with postnatal populations.
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[5 Days to Becoming a Postnatal Fitness Specialist] Day 3: 2 Essential Tips for Simpler Postpartum Nutrition Coaching
[0-2 minutes] Introduction.
[2-3 minutes] What Are We Trying to Do When It Comes to Nutrition Coaching for Moms.
[3-7 minutes] Tip #1: Avoid Calorie and Macro Counting, and Meal Plans.
[7-9 minutes] Tip #2: Encourage Food For Fuel and Pleasure.
[9-16 minutes] Nutrition Q&A.
[16-18 minutes] Wrap-Up.
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