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Primal Moms Look Good Naked: A Mother's Guide to Achieving Beauty through Excellent Health (English Edition)
 
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Primal Moms Look Good Naked: A Mother's Guide to Achieving Beauty through Excellent Health (English Edition) [Format Kindle]

Peggy Emch

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In "Primal Moms Look Good Naked", Peggy Emch challenges conventional pregnancy wisdom - that the fate of pregnant women and new mothers is ugly and undesirable - and explains how eating the foods we were designed to eat can reduce or even eliminate most of the embarrassing signs new mothers go to extremes to cover up.

Supported by scientific research, observational accounts of traditional peoples, and her own journey into vibrant health, Emch explains how a beautiful pregnant body is a reflection of the mother's and baby's good health. Each chapter focuses on a different common pregnancy complaint, identifies causes, and details ways to prevent and repair them. Some of the topics include:

- Stretch Marks
- Cellulite
- Varicose and Spider Veins
- Diastasis Recti
- Flabby Belly
- Skin Problems

Emch incorporates her years of experience and research into a practical plan for achieving and maintaining excellent physical health and, consequently, good looks throughout pregnancy. In "Primal Moms Look Good Naked", Emch reveals:
- How a Paleolithic diet can heal skin tone, color, and texture
- How pregnancy cravings and trips to the snack isle in the middle of the night are not normal symptoms of pregnancy
- How stretch marks and cellulite are signs of dietary insufficiencies
- How the junk we eat and the healthy food we don't affects not only our bodies, but also the bodies of our babies
- How just a little bit of weight bearing exercise each week can transform our aging bodies into beautiful, youthful ones

"Primal Moms Look Good Naked" is a complete guide for women seeking a healthy pregnancy and baby. It includes information on fertility, what to eat on a Paleo diet, specific foods for specific problems, and an exercise program suitable for women of all athletic abilities.

Biographie de l'auteur

Peggy Emch is a Denver based health writer and author of the wildly popular Paleo nutrition and lifestyle blog, The Primal Parent. She is the mother of one daughter and will be welcoming another primal kiddo in 2012.

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  • Format : Format Kindle
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  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 256 pages
  • Editeur : Victory Belt Publishing (2 juin 2013)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B00D5XYHEY
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8 internautes sur 8 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
1.0 étoiles sur 5 Few facts and no references 27 mai 2014
Par A.J.T. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
I have happily followed a primal/paleo, real food based diet for several years, and I was looking for more information about evidence-based advice on pregnancy-related nutrition and health, as, I suspect, are most prospective readers of this book.

I read this book and then I recycled it rather than donating it.

Although I am able to do so, I don't want to have to sort out facts from fiction.
There is a lot of good information in this book, but there was also a lot of (what I consider) misinformation or incomplete information. I'm sorry I can't cite any specifics, because I no longer have the book. I do remember some advice to treat intestinal parasites with herbs; that might be right up your alley, but it's a little too woo for me.
From what I can tell, this book was self-published, and it contains mostly anecdotes.
I would add a star if there were references, so at least readers could look up source material, but I cannot in good conscience recommend this book to anyone.
11 internautes sur 13 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Primal Moms, not just for moms, primal nutrition 26 juin 2013
Par Monica SIlva - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
When I started reading the book, It was just out of plain curiosity about the Paleo diet.
I'm not pregnant, nor I'm a mom. Yet, here I am recommending it.

Primal Moms look good naked is a thorough research that contains fundamental information about nutrition and health. It goes far beyond simple recommendations on dieting or how to look fit after giving birth.
It has numerous exercises and tips for you to try. Encouraging 100% practice!. It also provides you with information on some possible roots and causes of some ailments that women can face. And the foods that can either be part of the problem or the solution.

I loved the fact that this book is so personal. The author's passion and dedication is present throughout the whole book. The introduction tells you a little bit about why she started with the diet and the effects this has had in her personal life. Reading different chapters, you will actually see her doing the exercises she recommends. This, shows me an honest testimony of a person who has done years of research.
Her writing is clear, concise and to the point. It provides a massive amount of information in an engaging writing that makes it effortless and above all enjoyable to read.

Primal Moms look good naked is critical thinking when it comes to nutrition. This book invites you to ponder further beyond eating habits. It's a holistic approach about health, your children's nutrition, and it inevitably makes you rethink your concept on well being in general.
7 internautes sur 8 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Worth the read! 21 septembre 2013
Par Jenn H - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle
Useful for those already following a primal lifestyle, and extremely informative for those who are new to paleo. Women would be so healthy and empowered if they followed her recommendations, though I fear that for many people it might seem too extreme. Do not be deterred! This is a well organized and well researched book that should give you the motivation to follow through.

I have followed a primal diet for over 3 years, and currently have a 7 month old son. While Peggy provided me with some new nuggets of information, I had already been following a majority of it as part of my primal lifestyle. I can attest to the good health that her recommendations bring: I had a relatively easy pregnancy with minimal nausea and no vomiting, only minimal swelling of my feet that started at around 35 weeks, NO weight to lose after the birth of my son, no stretch marks, no varicose veins, great milk supply, good mood. Two weeks after my son was born, it didn't even look like I had had a baby. During the pregnancy, I did have difficulty with insomnia, fatigue, and occasional anxiety, but I relate these to adrenal fatigue and some digestion and hormone problems- very few of us are perfect.

I give it 4 stars instead of 5 because as a health nerd, I could have used even more information. For example, on page 59 when Peggy quotes Dr. Price saying that traditional Arctic peoples would eat the thyroids of the moose coming down the mountain at the end of summer, she gives no further information. I heard the same story from another source, where he explains that these people needed to eat the moose thyroid because of their own low thyroid hormone, owing to a very low carbohydrate diet. This strategy improved their own fertility, and resulted in most babies being born in June.

Finally, sometimes the book comes off as being too authoritative, or a panacea to the woes of women. Peggy seems to guarantee results, but I'm not convinced that everyone following every last word of her advice will come out unscathed, as she did from her own pregnancies. There can be underlying health issues that are best addressed with the help of a naturopath or other health practitioner who treats underlying causes, not just symptoms.

I (and my husband) can attest that Primal Moms actually do Look Good Naked.
6 internautes sur 7 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
1.0 étoiles sur 5 Discouraging 16 juin 2014
Par The Schuils - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
I starting reading through this book a few weeks after finding out that I am pregnant. I am a CrossFitter and have followed the Paleo Diet for the most part for several years... sometimes being strict with it, and other times "cheating" here and there. I was curious about what this book would say about maintaing this lifestyle while pregnant, as of course I want to be as healthy as possible during this time.

The author starts off by saying, "I didn't get stretch marks or vericose veins or postpartum depression or preeclampsia or morning sickness; breastfeeding was easy, I was happy and healthy and my daughter was beautiful in every way. On top of all that, I maintained my fitness and was soon back to my pre-pregnancy weight." Wow! I say, lucky her. Despite my good eating habits previously and very consistent workout routine... the nausea I have felt these past few weeks and food aversions, has left me little choice but to eat whatever I can get down (cereal, peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, crackers... things I haven't eaten for years!) and to nap instead of workout many days.

Reading 'Primal Moms' left me feeling bad about how I'm feeling. Did I do something wrong? Should I gag down "paleo foods". I have no idea what is to come, as I'm only 10 weeks in... I hope to get back to eating mostly meats, veggies, fruits and healthy fats. I hope that I don't get stretch marks or postpartum depression and that breastfeeding is easy, but mostly, I just hope to have a healthy baby. I'm sure there is helpful info in this book for women who have never heard of the Paleo Diet, but as someone who doesn't need convincing that it's the best most sensible way of eating... who is also really struggling to eat meat and veggies these days... this book wasn't for me. I also found it just a bit vain.

-Lindsay
4 internautes sur 4 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
4.0 étoiles sur 5 An interesting read 23 septembre 2013
Par Beth - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
I really enjoyed this book. It was quick and concise to read in just a few hours and packed full of information that I wish I had known before pregnancy and birth.

I was disappointed though that it did not address morning sickness, which I think many women consider to be one of the major ailments of pregnancy. I was bedridden for three months, could not stomach anything and barely kept anything down. So I picked up this book hoping it would contain some information on how to avoid it. Can a primal diet help? Maybe, but it wasn't discussed.

All in all though, I would recommend it.
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