Want a nourishing, fit, educated, and blessed pregnancy? Here are my top picks to make all of these things possible in your pregnancy. Enjoy!
Garden of Life Vitamin Code RAW Prenatal Vitamins
In my opinion, the best prenatal vitamins on the market. I was pretty malnourished when I started taking them, and I could feel their benefits in literally minutes. They source their vitamins from real food, not factory-made substances. These vitamins are easy on the tummy, and the peace of mind you get from knowing you’re nourishing your body well is priceless 🙂
Garden of Life Once Daily Prenatal Probiotics
Did you know that 80% of diseases start in the gut? Disturbing, I know. People in times past must have had some kind of understanding of the benefits of good bacteria because they consumed a lot of fermented foods and drinks. Our on-the-go lifestyles don’t always allow us to make time for this, but it’s important nonetheless! Set your mind at peace by supplementing with this high quality probiotic.
Garden of Life Ocean’s Mom Prenatal DHA
As you can tell, I’m a fan of Garden of Life’s products 🙂 They are very high quality and deliver the results you need. Every mama needs some DHA for baby’s brain development, and this has the daily amounts of omega you and your baby need. Unless you eat salmon twice a week, this product is for you!
Garden of Life RAW Perfect Food Green Superfood
My #1 product pick for overall health. This is the product that made my sinus infection feel like a minor cold. Definitely a go-to during the winter to boost your immune system, ramp up your energy, and literally feel awesome. And since these are in pill form, you don’t have to worry about drinking your greens!
I didn’t discover this product until I was in my fourth pregnancy, and I wish I’d found it sooner! A caffeine-free drink filled with vitamins that gives you a much-needed boost. I’d always take it during the middle of the day when I needed to overcome a midday slump. And it’s delicious!
Ingrid & Isabel Maternity Bellaband
I love this pregnancy band. I wore my same band for all four of my pregnancies. It allowed me to wear pre-pregnancy pants unbuttoned without anyone knowing, and I also used it as kind a “support sock” for my tummy. I felt like I could move around easier because my tummy was supported.
Supernatural Childbirth by Jackie Mize
The book that convinced me that I could succeed in natural birth, and that God was very interested in helping me in the birthing process. Jackie shares her personal testimony about how she had painless natural births. A very encouraging read! Get your copy here.
A must-read for any pregnant mama. Ina May is considered to be “the nations’ leading midwife,” and is pretty much the expert of joyful natural birth. If you want to be inspired by countless testimonies of women who’ve had joyful and even ecstatic natural births, then this book is for you!
I wanted to make sure I was doing what I could to keep my body healthy and ache-free during pregnancy. I discovered that I often had knots my calves that were causing my knees and feet to hurt. I’d use this a lot to roll them out, and it made exercising a lot easier 🙂
Childbirth in the Glory by Janet Angela Mills
A must-have for Scriptural declarations and prayer to pray over your body. This whole CD is full of Biblical confessions to make from pregnancy to labor to postpartum. I played it non-stop in the hospital during my third labor.
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