We cannot stress enough how important it is for you to focus on the right mix of food, exercise and mental space to fuel your body. We believe that no new mum should be dieting to get back into her pre-pregnancy clothes.
You don’t need waist trainers, magic pills or detoxes. You need to relax when you can, drink lots of water, consume plenty of vegetables and protein, and add in a little movement when possible – like a nice walk in the fresh air – for your postnatal recovery.
But for some women who have been involved with Supercharged Club for some time, have done the work and reached their goals, the discussion on nutrition has advanced to gut health. We offer a product that can help with this, but want to be 100% transparent in that it should only be used by those already eating well for a fat-loss boost and to rid the body of toxins with plant-based, dairy-free products.
Did you know there is a gut and brain connection?
Did you know serotonin, that feel-good hormone, is made in the gut?
Did you know that what you eat can help eliminate pelvic floor pain?
Did you know that if you have pelvic floor issues then a diet high in fibre could help?
Are you a mum with any of these symptoms? Bloated, lethargic, poor skin, brain-fog, pelvic pain, irritable bowel, constant burping, foul smelling stools, bad breath, nausea, heart burn.
If you answer yes to any of the above, it’s a sure sign that your gut is not healthy. We may recommend an “eliminate” cleanse diet to relieve you of these symptoms.
We offer the Arbonne cleanse, which is a 30-day programme that will help you feel better and lose body fat. You can read more about the product benefits or get in touch with with Emma at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.
If you purchase this product, you will be fully supported by our qualified fitness and nutrition expert, Emma Fullwood. You will join an exclusive online group so you can do the plan with like-minded people that want to improve their gut health and feel their best. You will also be supported after the plan, as it’s important to slowly reintroduce the food groups you have eliminated.