3 ways to effectively treat nausea in pregnancy

Morning sickness is on of the biggest concerns. 85% pregnant women experience some form of morning sickness or nausea and vomiting in the first trimester. 

Here are my top three tips for treating nausea during pregnancy, naturally.





1.     Watch your diet. Ensure your stomach doesn't get too empty and make sure you have snacks on hand at all times.

2.     Use acupressure for in the moment nausea. Pressing on the pressure point two inches below the crease of your wrist (as shown in my vlog above) can help relieve symptoms almost immediately. 

3.     Rule out nutritional deficiencies. Vitamin B6 is on of these. IV vitamin therapy and other treatments can help reduce nausea and improve energy levels in pregnancy.

Always check in with you physician about your pregnancy symptoms to rule out any serious conditions. For more tips on treating nausea in pregnancy, read this post.

Cold & Flu Prevention

Cold & Flu Prevention

It’s that time of year again, back to school and back to routine. We are also entering the cold and flu season, although for some families the sniffling has already started. On average, an adult contracts a common cold virus approximately 2-4 times per year, a school aged child approximately six times, and an infant as many as eight times per year. It is estimated that 40% of time lost from work and 30% of school absences are due to the common cold. 

Certain nutrients have been shown to not only prevent colds but also reduce the length and severity of the symptoms experienced. Some of these immune boosting nutrients include: 

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