While motherhood is one of those magical moments in many women’s lives, postpartum is not always pleasant; weight gain, loss of muscle tone and general health are common concerns for many women after childbirth. Eat.Lift.Mom is a recently launched blog, dedicated to helping moms recover their bodies and health through useful articles about pre and postpartum workouts, clothes, nutrition and healthy lifestyle tips.
Although integrating an exercise routine and healthy eating is the goal of many moms, achieving that goal is not always easy. Therefore, Christi Timmers, the director of Eat.Lift.Mom has created a free 2 week postpartum workout plan that makes the process of going back to a workout routine something easy and safe. This guide is great to help mommies to restore core muscle while helping heal the internal body.
“This two-week workout is gentle enough to do immediately postpartum (always check with your doctor before starting an exercise routine) and is specifically for anyone who has diastasis recti from pregnancy.” Said the blog’s director, regarding their two-week plan.
The blog has been created with the well-being of moms in mind, for those who need help balancing the responsibilities of motherhood with health and fitness. Whether new moms are looking for advice on choosing the right postpartum workout clothes or some nutrition tips, this blog offers all the information needed to contribute to the motherhood process.
Eat.Lift.Mom strives to create useful content not only for postpartum, but for pregnancy, and for healthy living in general. The site offers tips on some natural products that can be included in the daily diet to get rid of those common problems (such as yeast infections) associated with pregnancy and hormone imbalance. For lifestyle and wellbeing, Eat.Lift.Mom provides different articles about natural care products, including the many benefits of apple vinegar and coconut oil. Furthermore, other healthy tips and recipes are also available at Eat.Lift.Mom.
About the blog, Christi Timmer says, “Like you, I was also asking myself many questions about what to do and what not to do during pregnancy and postpartum, that is why my blog is dedicated to answering many questions that many women have had in their time and that the experience has helped us to answer. My blog not only shares my personal experiences to help other pregnant women, but also includes information from reliable sources which can contribute a lot to motherhood.”
For additional information regarding their free 2 week postpartum workout plan, visit the company’s website.