Following their best selling guide to natural preconception health care,The Natural Way to Better Babies,Francesca Naish and Janette Roberts help prospective parents take the next step to a natural,durg-free ,stress-free pregnancy.
In today's society pregnancy is often regarded as a medical rather than a natural event. The Natural Way to a Better Pregnancy restores the natural order by reaffirming pregnancy as a normal,healthy part of life to be enjoyed,not endured.
The food you eat the lifestyle you lead and the enviromnent you live in can have a profound effect on the physical, mental and emotional wellbeing of your baby. In first practical guide to a natural pregnancy,two internationally recognised Australian experts show you how to give your baby the best possible start in life.
This book includes essential advice on:
• Introducing natural alternatives to your daily routine
• How to detoxify your body and eat well for a healthy, happy baby
• Creating a clean and healthy environment
• Avoiding everyday exposure to radiation, lead,insectides and toxic chemicals
• Herbs, essential oils and acupressure points to use and avoid during pregnancy
• Massage, meditation and learning how to relax
• How to head off stress and fatigue
• Yoga, stretching and stengthening exercises
• How to make informed decisions about antenatal testing
• Plus an invaluable resources list, glossary, index and much much more...
Natural Fertility, Francesca Naish runs Australia's only clinic dedicated to helping people conceive naturally. Janette Roberts is a pharmacist and clinical nutrutionist who specialises in preconception heath care at one of Australia's first wellness centres.
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