In this episode, we meet Dr. Ronda Nelson, an expert on keeping yourself healthy during pregnancy. Talking negatively about your body can affect your mental state, and therefore affect your physical health. What you say and what you say can negatively or positively affect your physical well being. Foods which contain folic acids and other vitamins are always better than supplements. Avoid synthetics. Her rule for her first trimester is to focus only on food rather than supplements. Find a prenatal that comes from food. Eat beets during the first trimester. Egg yolks are great for pregnancies. Postpartum depression comes from a lack of minerals in your brain. Using Bentonite clay will help a lot with indigestion. Salt can help prevent eclampsia during pregnancy. Vaginal microbiome is a mirror of the rectal microbiome. Change the PH of the vaginal canal by using coconut oil or using a probiotic inserted vaginally. Anything we consume or that occurs more than is in nature is too much.
Foods which contain Folate 19:10
Dr. Ohhira’s fermented Probiotics for pregnancies 34:58
Superior Minerals 42:36
Should Mothers eat the placenta? 67:50
“All of the foods that are in folate: Leafy greens, green smoothies, avocados, asparagus, broccoli and brussel sprouts, beets, ocra, cauliflower, red bell peppers, papayas, and oranges.”