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Old 12-27-2005, 05:35 PM - Thread Starter
 
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fellow foodie mommas- i have a few questions for those of you who use NT on a regular basis. we used to use NT well daily but somewhere btwn DD being 18 months and 2 years old, i lost my NT momentum.

now i'm 3-4 months pregnant w/ #2 and i realized i'm having digestive issues. not morning sickness per say, but just a sour yucky stomach after everytime i eat. i made chicken and beef stock the other day and today made a fabulous NT-style soup for lunch w/ the chicken stock, leftover roast, diakon radish, dinosaur kale, buckwheat noodles and white miso. ta-da! no sour stomach. so i am back on the NT wagon.

i just finished re-reading cover to cover and wanted to know if anyone found any particular dishes really great during pregnancy. i also wanted to ask which superfoods or tonics you might have used while pregnant, why and what you felt they did for you. i never got into the superfoods and tonics before and am now looking into them to help boost my nutrition as i am also still nursing DD #1.

thanks in advance for the comments!

Crunchy Mama to the Triad of Chaos-- DD1 (9/03) & the Twinadoes- DS and DD2 (6/06)
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Old 12-28-2005, 05:31 PM
 
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there is lots of good info on NT in some of the older monthly threads. If you do a search for them, you will find lots of help. Also, come post in our current thread!
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I would suggest getting into the habit of using any fermented dishes, and beverages.
also, organ meats, high vitamin butter, lard.
spirulina, codliver oil

I'll be back with more... gotta read to the little one.
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