Mothers—whether new ones or not-so-new ones—may be relieved to hear that their observation has validity and merit. Many women share the health history of symptoms that began postpartum. The bodies of babies are entirely made of nutrients donated by the mother’s body. The formation of the child’s brain, eyes, muscles, bones, organs, glands, nerves, skin, tissues and fluids are completely comprised of the nutrients taken from its mother’s bloodstream via the placenta. If there is a lack of vital nutrients, the mother’s body is mostly deprived because her developing baby is Mother Nature’s priority.
All mothers need to consciously replenish their lost nutritional and energetic reserves during the postpartum period or one might spend the rest of her life wondering why her symptoms started postpartum and never were resolved.
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