If only author Heather Porter had written this book after I’d had my first child! I’m shaking my head wishing it were so. Body Back should be the companion book to What to Expect When Expecting. It’s the Bible to after Baby in my opinion, and its tagline is simple and personal and every woman who’s had a baby needs to read it: Helping you feel like a woman again.
Because you remember what you felt like after you had your first child, right? Certainly, you might have felt like a mother, but you didn’t really felt like a woman, and definitely not like that woman you once were.
Body Back is a complete encyclopedia if you will, of all the things you need to know about to get yourself to feeling back to normal after having your child, or children. It’s got chapters on every aspect you’d ever want to focus on about your body to get you back to where you want to be, even if perhaps you weren’t quite there before you had your babies.
With close to 400 pages including illustrations and four-color photos, body back tips on practically every page and great suggestions you’d never in your life consider, Body Back is full of ideas to get you back on track to feeling better than you ever felt. Chapters include topics on all of your body parts separated and focused on individually including:
- your mind
- diet and nutrition
- alternative health
- your internal system
- nipping and tucking
- non-surgical procedures
- and so much more
Body Back seriously covers every aspect you would consider when you’re ready to make a change to finding your old self. Remember, if you don’t focus on yourself, how can you be the best mother to your children? That’s right, you can’t! So take some time to get your Body Back and feel the best you possibly can.
About the author: As a mother of four, Heather Porter knows what it is like to watch your body fall apart after pregnancy. Over the years, she searched for a single manual for the female body, a mother’s encyclopedia. When she could not find anything like it on the market, she set out to write it herself. Body Back draws together fifteen years of Heather’s personal experiences, including working with professionals from various fields of expertise, many of whom have contributed to this book.