A few months ago, I wrote a blog related to cognitive dissonance and human nature. It was primarily focused on the reasons why the paleo diet is bad for you and why you won’t try it. Read more here.
At the conclusion of the blog I wrote, “We are all human; fallible yet capable of change.” This is important. Why? Because being human means, if not requires, that you make mistakes, even despite efforts to do your best.
I recently read an article in an Integrative Medicine journal written by an Emergency Physician. He cited an article published in the British Medical Journal.
I did then what I knew how to do.
Now that I know better, I do better.
- Maya Angelou
Being strong, fit and healthy during pregnancy increases your odds of a healthy delivery and healthy baby. The simple principles of eat well, move well, sleep well, soar on are good for any age and any condition.
There are some subtle differences though that I’d like to touch on specifically for pregnancy. We will break down the four simple principles in order for you to optimize your health and wellness during pregnancy and your developing fetus. Ideally, you want to address each principle before pregnancy. Yet, no matter your stage of pregnancy, it is never too late to start.
Dr Carolyn Dolan DPT, Cert MDT, MSHN
Where physical therapy, nutrition and lifestyle meet, because how you live your life determines whether or not you soar. Inspiring action with information so you can reduce pain, optimize healing and improve function naturally during recovery from injury, surgery or painful condition. This is a website for the open-minded; obstinate need not apply.