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How to Prepare for Natural Childbirth

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If you are an expecting mama who is considering having a natural labor… this is the resource I wished I had when I was planning my first home birth.

There is so much information out there on the internet, it is easy to get confused who to listen to for advice or what resources are actually going to help me prepare and achieve a natural childbirth. That’s why I put together this e-book.

How to Prepare for Natural Childbirth

How to Plan and Prepare for The Natural Labor you have been Dreaming About!

DISCOVER A MOM’S PERSPECTIVE ON HOW TO:

 – Prepare your body and mind for natural childbirth 

– Find the best support team 

– Understand benefits and misconceptions of natural childbirth 

– Discover if a Home Birth is right for you  

Plus: Checklists, Exercises, & Best Practices!     read more

10 Best Foods for Healthy Hair

Did you know that healthier hair could just be a snack away? Here are 10 Best Foods for Healthy hair and how you can eat your way to better hair.

Are you tired of lackluster locks that refuse to cooperate? Well, guess what? The secret to fabulous hair isn’t just in the hair products you use – it’s also in the food you eat! That’s right, folks, what you chow down on can have a major impact on the health and beauty of your tresses. So, if you’re ready to give your mane the nourishment it deserves, keep reading for some delicious and nutritious keto and low carb recipes that will have your hair thanking you. Plus, we’ve got some healthy tips from our grassfed mama to help you on your hair-fueling journey! Let’s get those luscious locks shining, baby! read more

My 3rd Successful Home Birth Story

One thing is certain, every birth story is different! Read my 3rd Successful Home Birth Story where I had a back up midwife, a blow up birth tub, and my water broke in the bathroom before getting to hold my third baby.

SIX MONTHS AGO… I had a baby in my bedroom.

(That’s one way to start a conversation, right? Haha!)

Is Home Birth Right for You?

3 Days Before My 3rd Home Birth Story Starts

I was 3 days away from my due date… feeling pretty miserable…

Where was the pregnant Goddess who is in the picture above?…

I WAS OVER IT.


My stomach felt so HUGE! It was so hard to get comfortable at night… read more

Four Simple Ways to Drink MORE Water; Even if You Don’t Like Drinking Water!

Here are four simple ways to drink more water even if you are someone who doesn’t like drinking water.

It’s DAY ONE of my month long Fit Summer Challenge! I’ll be sharing daily content on Grassfedmama.com as well as my personal Facebook Page on how to not lose your momentum during the summer, while still enjoying yourself!

This week we are focusing on water, and today specifically WHY you want to drink more water!

PLUS FOUR ways to trick yourself into drinking more H2O {even when you don’t like water } read more

The One Breakfast Hack That Can Transform Your Morning

Breakfast can be the most important meal of your day. One Breakfast Hack is to start your day with healthy fats and collagen can help boost your metabolism throughout the day.

You’ve always heard that breakfast is the most important meal of the day… and it really can set the tone for not only how much you get done that day… but also your mood, your energy, and your metabolism.

One of the biggest problems I see is that people are so busy, they don’t have time to start their day the right way… they grab a quick breakfast that is loaded with carbs. read more

Why is Grassfed Butter Good for You?

As you may can imagine… given the title of this blog… We like grassfed butter and we cannot lie, haha.

But what the heck is it and WHY is it good for you???

What is Grassfed Butter?

Grassfed Butter is just butter made from cows who eat grass…

Cow are supposed to be eating grass, Right? Sadly this shouldn’t be so usual… but we see that many conventional dairy products come from cows who are given feed other than their preferred diet of grass. You can read more about that in the Omnivore’s Dilemma 

Because these cows are fed grass, the butter that is made from the cream of cows getting a diet rich in beta-carotene – resulting in higher nutrition for you! 

Although you may have been told that butter is bad for your health… That couldn’t be further from the truth.

Let’s look at Grassfed Butter’s nutrition facts:  read more

How to Plunk for Curly Hair

I have been using the method plunking or plopping for curly hair to take care of my curls naturally and have healthier hair in general. Keep reading to learn more about how to plunk for curly hair.

Angela of Grassfed Mama shares healthy tips for busy moms.
Angela of Grassfed Mama shares healthy tips for busy moms.

What is Plunking for Curly Hair?

“Plunking” is a technique used by people with curly hair to help enhance their natural curl pattern and reduce frizz. It involves gently placing wet or damp hair onto a cloth or t-shirt and wrapping it around the head to encourage the curls to form and set in place as the hair dries.

Here’s how to plunk curly hair:

  1. Start with freshly washed hair. Apply your preferred leave-in conditioner or styling product to wet or damp hair to help define and hydrate the curls.
  2. Lay a soft, absorbent cloth or a cotton t-shirt on a flat surface. The cloth should be large enough to wrap around your head comfortably.
  3. Lean forward and lower your hair onto the cloth, allowing your curls to naturally fall onto the fabric.
  4. Use the cloth to gently scrunch and gather your hair towards the scalp, encouraging the curls to form and clump together.
  5. Once all the hair is gathered onto the cloth, wrap the cloth around your head, securing it in place with the ends tied or tucked.
  6. Allow your hair to air dry while it’s wrapped in the cloth. You can leave it wrapped for as long as needed, depending on how long it takes for your hair to dry completely.
  7. Once your hair is dry, gently unwrap the cloth and release your curls. You should notice more defined, bouncy curls with reduced frizz.

Plunking is particularly popular among those with curly or wavy hair who follow the Curly Girl Method, a hair care approach that emphasizes using sulfate-free, silicone-free products and techniques to enhance natural curls and minimize damage. I have been using this method to take care of my curly hair for years now. read more

Foods That Cleanse

In our modern world, our bodies are constantly bombarded with toxins from various sources, including processed foods, environmental pollutants, and stress. These toxins can accumulate in our system and have a negative impact on our overall health and well-being. That’s why it’s crucial to support our body’s natural detoxification processes by incorporating foods that cleanse and help eliminate these harmful substances. In this blog post, we will explore 20 of the best foods that cleanse and aid in detoxification. By including these foods in your diet, you can give your body the support it needs to detoxify and thrive. read more

DIY Detoxing Facial Mask

DIY Detoxing Facial Mask

DIY Detoxing Facial Mask

This detoxing facial mask uses natural ingredients to pull out the impurities from your skin leaving you clean.

Why make your own facial mask? read more

How to Make Natural DIY Dry Shampoo for Dark Hair

As a busy mom, it is a must to have a dry shampoo recipe you love. I love being able to make my own natural DIY dry shampoo recipe at home so I know exactly what ingredients are in it – and I can save money too! Read more to see the benefits of making your own natural DIY dry shampoo for dark hair.

DIY Dry Shampoo Recipe using Red Clay

 

 

This DIY Dry Shampoo powder is easy solution to help you go longer between washing and is full of all natural ingredients to keep your hair healthy.

 

DIY Dry Shampoo for Dark Hair Recipe

I used to wash my hair every day. When I would go to the gym and be covered in sweat, I really felt like I had to. My hair dresser always told me that it was healthier for my hair if I could wash it only once a week. read more