I’d like take a minute to talk about my vagina Author: Jessica Moffitt, BS, CHES Yes. I said it. I’d like to talk about my vagina. More specifically, let’s talk about all pregnancy vaginas and vaginas after childbirth. First thing is first- get your pelvic floor exercises in now. Seriously, [...]
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That was NOT what I put in my Birth Plan Author: Jessica Moffitt, BS, CHES This one was tough to write. This blog was supposed to be a gentle reminder to moms that a birth plan is for the ideal situation, when you are in complete control. But it doesn’t [...]
Eating while breastfeeding Author: Jessica Moffitt, BS, CHES Breastfeeding nutrition seems to be the most daunting topic I have tried to tackle to date. They say that breastfeeding can burn up to 500 calories a day. And girl- let me tell you. I am CONSTANTLY hungry. I feel like I [...]
The Golden Memo: Comparison is the Enemy of Happiness Author: Jessica Moffitt, BS, CHES Okay, so after the basics? Where do you go from here? All the other questions you start asking as a new mom, especially when comparing your milk to others. Also, I love this quote. “Comparison is [...]
My Motherhood Mantra Author: Jessica Moffitt, BS, CHES Photo Credit: Lifestyle Portraits with Morgan, MKay Photography of Hays, Kansas My Parenting Mantra: I will not determine my value as a mother by the volume of milk I create Pumping had been scary to me. I was DEATHLY afraid that I would [...]
Welcome to the Motherhood Train, May I have all your sleep and Energy, please? Author: Jessica Moffitt, BS, CHES When I started writing this blog article, it was supposed to be a quick bullet point list. But you’ll find my passion and love for motherhood has been poured into it, [...]
Cold Remedies & Prevention Author: Jessica Moffitt, BS, CHES Understanding colds, the symptoms associated, and how to support your body in the natural healing process with healthy cold remedies and prevention. Medical Terms: The Cold and the Flu are both viral infections. This means that at some point we were [...]
Avoiding Artificial Food Coloring for Health Jessica Moffitt, BS, CHES | Certified Health Education Specialist | Prospectively Healthy Introduction Let's talk about artificial food coloring. Where it's at, why to avoid it, and how to avoid it. This transition can be daunting to some, but with simple steps outlined below, I promise you can do [...]
9 Secrets to Health Jessica Moffitt, BS, CHES | Certified Health Education Specialist | Prospectively Healthy The purpose of this blog is to introduce you to the structure and foundation of Prospectively Healthy, and to help you understand that health is attainable for all. These 7 secrets of health are simple ways to integrate health [...]
Does this cupcake use natural sugars or artificial sweeteners? What is “sugar”? A sweet-tasting, soluble carbohydrate. Simple as that. Anatomy: The tongue is the first place for taste to occur, with four different types of taste buds. Each taste bud can taste “edible” versus “noxious”, as well as a defined/special variety of flavors, [...]