Products Suitable For Pregnancy – After

Improving gut health after your baby is born is a safe and natural way to boost wellness, for both you and your baby! Get in touch with one of our Nutritional Therapists on live chat, for a bespoke gut wellness solution that will benefit you and your baby during this special time.

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Products that are safe and suitable after pregnancy and during breastfeeding include:

Probiotic Goats Milk Kefir

Microbiome Test

Get Me Through The Day Tea

CG Teapot

Natural Clean Essential Oil

Natural Clean Hand Soap

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definitely started to see an improvement in my skin since using the products, Thanks
~ Mum on the run

excellent products that have healed my skin and allergies, I only have goat products now!
~ GILLIAN

Helped with my sons eczema! It just calms him and his skin right away!...
~ Jennifer Presland

Very efficient - everything arrived quickly and as ordered
~ Ann

Lovely product and speedy delivery.
~ Sarah Wright

...I'm two weeks into my first course and have noticed reduction in my GORD symptoms...
~ Pam M

The products are good, communication and delivery all reliable.
~ Nancy

The break out lotion and soap help keep my palm plantar psoriasis calm...
~ Lisa

This company does what it says. You order the kefir and it arrives exactly when they say. The product is excellent too.
~ Jill Shuker

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After your baby is born, it is still incredibly important to nurture your own and your baby’s gut health.

For you, postpartum concerns include sleep disturbance, depression, breast infection and perineal healing. These issues are all aggravated by disturbances in your gut microbiome called gut “dysbiosis,” which can be caused by stress and poor diet.

For your baby, concerns include prevention of skin rashes and colic, boosting digestive health to promote easy, painless feeding, reducing allergic response (especially in the case of Cesarean section delivery) and boosting the immune system to reduce the risk of colds and flu.1 All of these issues have been linked to gut dysbiosis in newborns.

References

  1. The American journal of maternal child nursing - "The Postpartum Maternal and Newborn Microbiomes". Written by Mutic, A. D., Jordan, S., Edwards, S. M., Ferranti, E. P., Thul, T. A., & Yang, I. on November 1, 2018
    link to articlehttps://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5649366/