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Primal mums look good naked : a mother's guide to a beautiful pregnant body

Author: Peggy Emch
Publisher: Clarendon, Vermont : Tuttle, 2013.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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"In a society where pregnant women laugh, cry, and commiserate about their unavoidable and unsightly pregnancy symptoms, it seems crazy to suggest that these symptoms are actually avoidable. In Primal Moms Look Good Naked, Peggy Emch challenges conventional pregnancy wisdom--that the fate of a pregnant woman and new mothers is ugly and undesirable--and explains how eating the foods we were designed to eat can reduce  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Popular works
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Peggy Emch
ISBN: 9781936608669 1936608669
OCLC Number: 835974132
Description: pages cm
Responsibility: by Peggy Emch.

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"In a society where pregnant women laugh, cry, and commiserate about their unavoidable and unsightly pregnancy symptoms, it seems crazy to suggest that these symptoms are actually avoidable. In Primal Moms Look Good Naked, Peggy Emch challenges conventional pregnancy wisdom--that the fate of a pregnant woman 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 and baby's good health. Each chapter focuses on a different common pregnancy complaint, identifies causes, and details ways to prevent and repair them. " -- Publisher's description.

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