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Kourtney Kardashian Loses 45 Pounds after Pregnancy

Posted by on Jan 5, 2011 in Fitness, New Mom, Nutrition, Weight Loss | 1 comment

Kourtney Kardashian had her baby boy in December of 2009, where she gained a total of 45 pounds. She has spent all year losing the weight, and without any surgery! Kourtney shares her tips and tricks inside OK! Magazine. Small Changes = Big Results Kourtney focuses on eating small, healthy meals every 2 hours such as Salmon and Brown Rice. Eating every couple of hours is a great way to stay healthy without feeling hungry all of the time. It’s how I personally maintain, or even lose, my weight! Kourtney does admit though, that she does have a daily splurge of a cookie or a mini doughnut. She now knows that it’s all about having one or two rather than eating the whole box! Kourtney now weighs 95 pounds, which is not an unhealthy weight considering how short she is!...

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Kendra Wilkinson-Baskett Loses 40 Pounds

Posted by on Jan 4, 2011 in Fitness, Health, New Mom, Nutrition, Weight Loss | Comments Off on Kendra Wilkinson-Baskett Loses 40 Pounds

Pregnancy Weight Gain During Kendra’s pregnancy, her diet became a “free for all”. ” I had no boundaries. I just ate, ate, ate. I just said, ‘This is my time, these are my nine months, I can just have fun, how big can I really get?’ Sixty pounds! I gained 60 pounds!”  -Kendra Wilkinson-Baskett After giving birth to her son in December 2009, Kendra soon tried to lose the extra weight. Kendra, at only 5’4″, went from weighing only 105 pounds to reaching her maximum weight of 165 pounds after pregnancy. For someone with such a petite frame, it was no wonder that Kendra was shocked that she had gained so much extra weight in just 9 months. Kendra’s “After” Photo: How Kendra lost 40 Pounds Kendra credits her weight loss to the following: Eating Healthy – Kendra has...

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Breastfeeding vs. Formula

Posted by on Oct 18, 2010 in Baby, New Mom | Comments Off on Breastfeeding vs. Formula

When you first get pregnant, one of the many important decisions you will need to make is whether you should breastfeed or not. It’s a decisoon that will effect your baby’s health. You want to make sure that you give your baby the best. A healthy baby is a happy baby! Which is healthier;  Breast milk or Formula? Research shows that Breast milk is the healthiest option for your small baby. Even though formula has come along way, it still doesn’t quite compare to what Mother Nature has to provide. (Note: If you can’t breastfeed for whatever reason, formula will provide your baby with essential nutrients).    Baby’s Benefits • Perfect balance of Nutrients, which also evolves to meet your baby’s needs throughout development. • Easy to digest. • Helps prevent sickness, including Ear Infections, Stomach Flu, Pneumonia, and Digestive Tract Disorders....

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Solutions for Postpartum Depression

Posted by on Sep 16, 2010 in New Mom, Parenting | 1 comment

What is Postpartum Depression? Postpartum Depression is much more than feeling a little sad or tired. Postpartum Depression can effect woman usually for the first several months after giving birth, and can even last up to a year. Some of the symptoms include sadness, anxiety, irritability, fatigue,  changes in eating and/or sleeping patterns, and uncontrollable crying. Of course, talking about the symptoms is much easier said than actually going through it yourself. Many woman who have gone through Postpartum Depression have the guilt of feeling like they just aren’t happy being a mom. For many woman, that’s only the beginning. Causes of Postpartum Depression Many Doctors believe that Postpartum Depression is caused from a lack of vitamins and minerals in your diet, hormonal changes, lack of sleep, and sometimes a combination of all three. Solutions for Postpartum Depression •Sleep, Sleep,...

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