This simple Corn Succotash is made with fresh sweet corn, cut off the cob, and frozen lima beans or edamame. This veggie and bean sauté…Read More
I have seen the future, and it involves you making a batch of this Healthy Classic Potato Salad for a summertime backyard cookout and then…Read More
Recovery postpartum, don’t wait until your done having babies to heal your body postpartum. Enjoy this conversation with my Knocked-Up Fitness® client, Allie, mom of three. She’s an avid runner but started experiencing incontinence postpartum after her first pregnancy. She also started dealing with hip and back pain and found amazing relief when learning how to effectively strengthen her deep core and pelvic floor muscles during pregnancy.
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Round ligament pain during pregnancy is common and happens because your uterus is stretching causing an intense stretch on your round ligament. The round ligament connects from your uterus to your pelvis and as your pregnancy progresses that round ligament is getting stretched and can cause pain and discomfort.
Today I have a super simple recipe for roasted parsnips with oil, herbs and salt. This technique of cooking parsnips is as easy as can…Read More
I’m going to tell you something a liiittle controversial, but I’m going to speak up because it needs to be talked about in women’s health. >>Kegels are not an effective way to strengthen your pelvic floor.<< Now, I know that that’s a different take than what you’ve been taught in the past, so let me explain. From what I’ve learned…
This easy Sauteed Zucchini recipe is the best way to turn a favorite summer squash into a healthy tasty side dish in just 12 minutes!…Read More
This Celery Root Salad with Lentils combines raw celery root and cooked French lentils with a rich lemon, garlic, olive oil and anchovy dressing! It…Read More
Are you wondering if there’s anything you can do to prepare your body for a C-section? I understand the C-section overwhelm is REAL but I want you to know that there is so much that you can do with movement, breathwork, and mindset before you go into surgery. Not only will the tools that I’m going to teach you today…
After the rain, comes the rainbow; after the night there’s morning; and, after an ending there’s a new beginning – or so we hope. As the world resets from the aftermath of Covid-19, pharmaceutical industry leaders are taking stock in what they have learned, hoping it will lead to major strides forward and we will […]
I’m spending our quarantine time in the kitchen with three small children. I have a confession: I love cooking alone. There is nothing more relaxing to me than spending a weekend afternoon in the kitchen with a podcast and comforting homemade pasta recipe. So the thought of opening up my sacred cooking space to six […]
Through each monumental moment in life, there is something for our dogs to teach us—about love, friendship, family, identity, and how not to get mad when you find the floor covered with flour paw prints. After we lost Indigo, I got a call from the Bed ‘n’ Biscuit. One of their customers was dying, and […]
When I held my sweet newborn moments after his birth, he was already swaddled. It was only three hours later, after a nurse offered to change his first diaper, that my life-partner Mark and I received the shock of our lives. Our child had no anal opening. Instead, his pale behind was completely smooth. There […]
Accepting a compliment gracefully has always been hard for me. I don’t remember getting many as a kid. My parents were very loving and supportive, but compliments just weren’t a thing we really did in my family. By high school, I’d believe my closest friends when they gushed over my hair or outfit, but I […]
Once in the water, I was in for a shock: I could do everything I used to do. I climbed up the ladder, dived, touched the bottom of the deep end, walked on my hands underwater with my legs straight up in the air. I was mostly shocked by how shocked I was. “You made […]