Monday, July 9, 2012

REVIEW & Giveaway ends 7-27: BODY BACK: The Mother’s Handbook to Medical, Physical, and Emotional Well Being

If you are a parent you know how much your body changes after pregnancy and birth and just being a mom. I got sagging skin, a pot belly, wrinkles, my hair is so messed up, extra padded around  and not to mention the not so perky boobs anymore. Yep I am not that perfect thin firm perky body I was 14 years ago but hey I got kids out of the deal right haha. So who wants to live with all that now your done with having the kid and babies? I don't and I know with the big health kicks everyone is on they don't want to either. So I got some good news for you. There is this awesome book called BODY BACK: The Mother’s Handbook to Medical, Physical, and Emotional Well Being. This book I couldn't put down. It had so much info. I have taken nutrition and biology and anatomy in college and I have learned alot about the body and its needs and what surprised me most about this book is it was dead on in what it says to try and do and the whys. I learned even more then I thought I could learn and I cant wait to try some things out. I want to try the one day raw food diet cleanse and some of the awesome exercises and menus plans. So check this out its available at AmazonBarnes and noble and more. So get it today you will be glad you did!

Company info:
The book has partnered with Jenny McCarthy and her charity, Generation Rescue, as the ultimate guidebook for mothers to get their mind, body, and soul back after pregnancy from A-Z exercises to colon hydrotherapy to DIY hair masks, and how to keep a diary documenting your experiences, what worked, and what didn’t.Whether you had your baby yesterday or thirty years ago, you have had to change dramatically to cope with the stresses and strains of modern motherhood, on your body, your mental health, and your relationships. Mother of four, Heather Porter, shares her hands-on experience of getting your old self back. She details her exercises, eating habits, beauty tips, dress sense, and often hilarious experiences with contributions from her team of experts.

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Linda Kish said...

Well, I became a mommy many, many years ago and still can't seem to have a flat tummy.

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Unknown said...

How nothing seems to fit right anymore.

Shari said...

I hate that THIS mommy body is sagging EVERYWHERE!

Maegan Morin said...

The thing that I hate the most is my saggy, post baby belly :(