Let’s be honest, after having kids, finding time to exercise is a challenge. From my own experiences, sometimes I manage an hour long work out and other days it's a quick 20 minute walk with bub in the stroller or simply chasing my toddler around the park. Whatever it is, I aim to get my body moving and releasing those feel good endorphins! There are many women out there (my own Mum included) who are cautious about exercising while breastfeeding. They especially worry that exercise will adversely affect their milk supply. To help you separate fact from fiction we reached out to the experts for their opinion. Dr Hong Tran is an Obstetrician and Gynaecologist at Grow Obstetrics in East Melbourne, Australia...
So your adorable bundle of joy has finally made their way into your world (and turned it upside down), but with something resembling a routine down pat, and with clearance from a medical professional, you're feeling like ready to get your back into to exercise? You glo mama! Read our tips advice for getting back to exercise.
Galactagogue pron: "gah-lak'ta-gog" - aka the Milk Makers. Galactagogues magically increase the production of prolactin - a protein best known for its role in producing milk in breastfeeding mums. More prolactin = more milk. So where can we find them? Read on my friend.
The definitive (as defined by me) list of pram-approved walks to wheely help you get your steps up with bub in tow.