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Nutrient rich breastfeeding-friendly recipes.
My top four priorities when it comes to my body.
Have a meal on the table in less than 30 minutes.
Healthful eating is important for everyone, but it's especially critical if you've just had a baby.
Without enough fluids, you may not make enough milk.
Avoid these 7 new-mom food traps for quick and effective weight loss.
Week 25: 1.28.08
Tired of counting calories? Here's why making time to take care of yourself after baby is just as important as healthy eating and exercising when it comes to weight loss.
Maintaining a Victoria's Secret model's body is hard work and it's especially tough to do while pregnant. While it can be done--and here's how--should it be?
More and more new moms are struggling with weight loss, according to a new study. Here's how to drop the baby weight--for good!
09.08.10: Leo's 27th Month
Whole grains and honey for major morning fuel
The animal-loving actress and new mom opens up to sister magazine Natural Health about motherhood, staying grounded, eating vegan and living out her life's true purpose.
The perfect dish to make for a new mom
The "Your Child Eats What You Eat" ad campaign from Brazil's Pediatric Society of Rio Grande (SPRS) serves up a heaping dose of making moms feel bad.
11.17.10: Leo's 30th Month
A new study shows that bone density declines the longer you breastfeed. But is there anything you can do about it and should this stop you from breastfeeding longer?
You'll never believe how different this woman looked from one pregnancy to another.
Make breakfast, not preposterous claims
11.07.11 Granola bar breakfast treats
The latest weight-loss advice will have you back in pre-pregnancy shape in no time.
Constipation is so common that it's rare for new moms not to experience it.
A new review of current research indicates that despite growing popularity, the act of eating your placenta is still a bit of a mystery: no proven benefits or risks.
We all know that women with gestational diabetes need to vigilant about their diets during pregnancy--but recent research indicates that one surprising health risk could be reduced through eating healthier your whole life long.