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24 Hours Post Partum

1/23/2017 3:00 PM

Once again I'm totally blown away with what the female boy is capable of. Left was the last belly shot I got, 2 days before Miss Eden's arrival and the right was this morning, 1 day post partum....

Baby Booster Mama 39 Weeks Pregnant Before Picture, and 24 Hours Post Partum After Picture

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Booby Booster Debut

10/16/2016 3:25 PM

Big news!!! We are excited to be kicking off a week in Sunny Las Vegas at the ABC Kids Show!

A look inside the Baby Booster Protein for Pregnancy and Breastfeeding Booth at the 2016 ABC Kids Show in Las Vegas!

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Comments | Posted in Nutrition Breastfeeding By Baby Booster

Hello! I am Dr. Kim Van Dusen and I am The Parentologist! I am first and foremost a wife and a mom. I am also a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Registered Play Therapist. I hope through my professional and personal experience we can collaborate with each other on how to better ourselves and our relationships with our families and our children.

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10 Comments | Posted in Nutrition Recipes Partners Fitness Breastfeeding By Baby Booster

Baby Booster was designed to be a support system for you and your baby while you're pregnant, nursing, or trying to get back into your old jeans. We love the answer to this question that the ladies at La Leche League answered:

"How can I lose weight and stay healthy while breastfeeding?

Many women would like to return to their pre-pregnancy weight as soon as possible after birth. It can take several months or even a year to achieve this. Part of the weight that a pregnant women gains is an "energy deposit" to meet the extra caloric demands of breastfeeding. It is consumed gradually while the mother nourishes her child.

It is wise to wait until the baby is at least two months old before making a specific effort to lose weight. A women’s body needs about this much time to recover from the birth and establish a good milk supply. Often, a woman loses weight without specific effort during this time.

A woman who is breastfeeding should lose weight slowly. Every mother needs enough energy and nutrients to be healthy, active, and able to care for her child or children. Ideally, she should not lose more than about one to two pounds per week (two kg a month)."

One of the reasons we founded Baby Booster was because there was a lack of information and availability of safe products for pregnant and nursing women. Use Baby Booster and our partners as a resource, whereever you are in your journey. Rest easy knowing that we took the guesswrok out and developed a safe alternative for you. We verify and made sure that all of our partners are certified and credible before we established a relationship. Your focus should be on your baby. Baby Booster is here to help

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