- Why pay attention to my diet after giving birth?
- Eating varied, balanced and hot: the key to success?
- Postpartum nutrition and breastfeeding: what are we changing?
The postpartum period is now fully considered by women as the fourth trimester of pregnancy . Physical and mental exhaustion, mourning a sometimes idealized childbirth, lack of sleep, hormonal variations, discovering life with a baby or adapting to an additional child and an implicit return to work... Nothing is easy, everything is demanding . Between fatigue, post-birth taboos and emotional upheavals, now is the time to take care of yourself! Did you know ? To her only, postpartum nutrition allows you to regain your full powers : energy, health and good humor, it plays on all fronts!
Why pay attention to my diet after giving birth?
Eating varied, balanced and hot: the key to success?
From a physiological point of view, eating hot facilitates digestion . Many cultures also associate heat with the postpartum period for its comforting and restorative power . So, even if you give birth in the middle of summer, cook, have prepared or have delicious stews delivered, soups and broths, stews and dahls made from vegetables, tender meats and legumes that will do you good.
- proteins to recover good muscle tone,
- carbohydrates for a good energy level,
- of good fat and omega 3 (with, among them, DHA or docosahexaeonic acid) to revitalize tissues,
- of iron, calcium, vitamins A, B, C and D as well as zinc for the proper functioning of the body,
- fibers to better digest and promote satiety.