Best Natural Pregnancy Books
In 2015, these are the best books about natural pregnancy that people read. By reading these books and following the advice, you are sure to have a more natural and healthy pregnancy, birth, and after.
*8 of these 10 books are new. One is a new edition, and the other is a new kindle edition that is better. There are two ways to listen to 1: on audible, or on Kindle Unlimited, where you can read it for free. Details are below.
Expecting You by Amelia Riedler
Finally, we’re done. One that doesn’t look like it was made by Winnie-The Pooh and the 1990s. People will be happy to see you with it because it’s a bright yellow. Expecting You has just the right amount of writing prompts and blank space, making it a great way to remember one of the most important times in your life. This journal is small enough to fit in your purse, so you can expect to finish it for any of your babies.
Taking Charge of Your Fertility by Toni Weschler
Taking Charge of Your Fertility is not a new book, but there was a new one out in 2015. This book is great. This book has changed my life in a big way. How did it make me feel? I learned so much about my body and fertility from it. You can learn how to use the Fertility Awareness Method by reading this book. Ask them if they’ve read this book if they have questions about their fertility (for example, if they want to start a family). First, you need to read this book. That is not all! It’s also a lot more than that as well! I think high school students should have to read this. It’s so important to know what this is.
How to Conceive Naturally After 30 by Christa Orecchio and Willow Buckley
In the end, a woman’s choices about her life don’t always line up with her time of fertility. As the show 16 and Pregnant shows, many women don’t get pregnant for the first time until they’re in their teens or even their 20s. A new book called How to Conceive Naturally talks about how to become healthy and find the root of health problems before becoming pregnant. A lot of people call that time before they get pregnant, the fifth trimester. You should read this book if you want to learn about nutrition, cleansers, and how to stay healthy. Many of the women who hire me as a doula and take my childbirth class are my age and older, which is interesting. Each one of them cares a lot about the health and well-being of their whole family. The reason I think this is true is because they don’t expect anything. Most of the time, their pregnancy was planned and took a long time. If you are a wise mother in your 30s or 40s, I think you’ll love this book. For this book, you can listen to it on audible For a 30-day free trial, click here.
Natural Pregnancy Cookbook by Sonali Ruder
It said, “There’s something for everyone in this book, from quick and easy meals to slow-cooker dishes to freezer-friendly meals and plenty of vegetarian options.” For those days when you’re feeling a little sick, there are milder dishes, and there are full-flavored dishes for those days when you’re in love with food.” Perfect. The Natural Pregnancy Cookbook has two parts. The first part talks about how nutrition is important for a healthy mom and baby. They also have recipes. If you want to know why this meal is good for pregnant women, there’s a section before each recipe that tells you why. Morning sickness ideas and recipes are even in there.
What to Eat When You’re Pregnant by Dr. Nicole M. Avena
Pregnant women should read What to Eat When You’re Pregnant. It has fewer recipes than Natural Pregnancy Cookbook, but it also has more information about nutrition and how your baby grows up. A lot of people thought it was scary. However, I think this information should be learned about. If you don’t eat well, bad things can happen. If you don’t eat well, your health, and your baby’s health will be affected. For example, did you know that eating milk-based probiotics every day while you’re pregnant can cut your chances of getting preeclampsia in half?
Homeopathy for Pregnancy, Birth, and Your Baby’s First Year by Miranda Castro
No, this book isn’t new. However, it’s now on Kindle! If you want to read it on Kindle, you can do that now. Isn’t it time you read this book? Homeopathy is a safe way to treat the whole family, especially during pregnancy, birth, and after. Homeopathic arnica was used by me this week when my three-year old hurt her wrist. So, she had very little bruising and was back to normal a few days after the accident. That’s how badly she was hurt. We almost took her to the ER. If you want to be a natural mom, this book should be on your reference shelf.
Aromatherapy and Herbal Remedies for Pregnancy by Demetria Clark
Summary: To read a very in-depth review of Aromatherapy and Herbal Remedies that can help with your pregnancy, birth, or breastfeeding, go to this link. One thing I love about this book is that it doesn’t talk about doterra or young living, which makes the author, Demetria Clark, seem more credible to me.
Mindful Mom-to-Be by Lori Bregman
This is what I think of the best natural pregnancy books written by other doulas this year: I’m very happy for them. This book is great because it doesn’t separate the body, mind, and spirit of the mother. There are visualization guides, breathing techniques, nutrition tips, and recipes in each chapter. All of these things help you build a healthy foundation for your birth and new child. There is a chapter for each month of pregnancy, as well as one for labor, birth, and the rest of the time after the birth. Chapters called “Healthy Mom, Healthy Baby,” “Mothering Yourself,” “Cultivate Your Intuition,” “Being Present,” and “Living in Joy” are in the book. It also talks about birth plans. It’s a must-read for any natural mom to read this.
Healing Your Body Naturally After Childbirth by Jolene Brighten
I love Healing Your Body Naturally After Childbirth the best of all the new books on this list! Postpartum is a time in a new mom’s life that isn’t talked about as much as it should be, and this book tries to fix that. This book tells you how to heal your body naturally after giving birth. When you have a cesarean, you can make “Prune Chia Seed Pudding” to help with constipation. You can also use bone broth and gelatin to help with recovery. You can also use passionflower to help with anxiety. One thing that bothers me is that the author says that kegels are good for pelvic toning, even though more and more evidence shows that they make the problem worse. Fortunately, in her appendix, she makes up for herself. This book can be read for free on Kindle Unlimited, so you can read it for free. There’s no reason not to read this book.
Homebirth Cesarean by Courtney Key Jarecki, Laurie Perron Mednick CPM and Claudia Baskind
As a whole, I love how this topic is being brought to the table for discussion by the author. Finally. Many women want to have a home birth, but for some reason, they have a cesarean birth instead. Their journey then turns into a complicated, tangled ball of yarn, but this book helps to unwind each strand one by one. It is for people who have had a cesarean at home or who have been a part of one. Use it to help you understand what happened. You can use it as a mother, birth worker or partner. This book is very encouraging because having a healthy baby isn’t the only thing that counts.