The information included in the Healthy Mama, Happy Baby videos, handouts, and resources is for educational purposes only. It is not intended nor implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice. The subscriber should always consult her healthcare provider to determine the appropriateness of the information for their own situation or if they have any questions regarding conception, pregnancy, or their prenatal treatment plan.
What’s the difference between the VIP and Standard packages?
What if I’m already in my third trimester? It is too late?
Do I have to be pregnant to purchase?
How are the videos delivered?
Do I have to watch all the videos at once, or in order?
Can you do the Whole30 while pregnant?
From Stephanie Greunke, R.D., “While you should always consult your doctor, midwife, or healthcare professional before starting any new diet, supplement regimen, or lifestyle changes especially while pregnant, I believe eating a whole-foods, nutrient-dense diet that keeps your hormones balanced, cravings in check, your digestion working optimally, and your immune system healthy is the best thing a pregnant mama can do for herself and her growing baby.
However, nobody expects (or wants) you to Whole30 for the entire 40 weeks—and you may never get to a point during your pregnancy where a strict Whole30 program is right for you. We provide guidance for doing the Whole30 while pregnant, but our general recommendations revolve around eating Whole30-style foods (meat, seafood, eggs, vegetables, fruit, and natural fats) while accommodating cravings and food aversions, non-Whole30 foods that you know work for you, and conscious, deliberate decisions to eat treats, baked goods, or dessert when you decide it’s worth it.”
I am a vegetarian (or vegan). Will this program still benefit me?
The Whole30-inspired pregnancy guidelines recommend the consumption of animal protein; however, the program includes information on how to modify the diet for vegetarians and vegans. You can choose to modify the program to include plant-based sources of protein such as nuts, seeds, legumes, lentils, fermented or organic soy, and plant-based protein powder to meet your protein requirements.
While it’s clear that your diet plays an important role in promoting a healthy pregnancy, the Healthy Mama, Happy Baby program extends beyond the principles of what to eat during pregnancy. The program provides a well-rounded, comprehensive set of information and action steps so you can feel empowered and educated during this important time.
What are Stephanie’s credentials?
Stephanie Greunke received her undergraduate degree in nutritional science from the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, a master’s degree in Food Science, Nutrition, and Health Promotion from Mississippi State University, and a personal training certification from the National Academy of Sports Medicine. She is a Fit for Birth Pre & Post Natal Corrective Exercise Specialist.
Since 2009, Stephanie has been a registered dietitian specializing in women’s health. She has a web-based private practice, RockYourHormones.com, where she works with moms across the globe. She is an active member of her local birth network and frequently collaborates with midwives, childbirth educators, doulas, and lactation consultants.
Stephanie has been a loyal Whole30 advocate since the day the program was created. She also believes in the principles of functional medicine and has worked with many naturopathic and functional medicine doctors to expand her knowledge base. Stephanie uses the principles of the Whole30 program along with her functional medicine training to promote optimal health in the
moms she works with.
Stephanie is also a mom and really “gets it.” She had a natural birth at home, but supports moms no matter which route they chose to go. Her mission is to help as many moms as possible have a positive and empowered experience during their pregnancy and beyond.
I have some more questions about the HMHB video series.
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