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Everyone needs a hero and on leading up to Anzac Day next month, we'd like to share with you a heart rendering story book called Anzac Ted. To celebrate the hero's and open up the world of the Anzacs to Aussie kids, EK Books has given us our own copy of this children's book. It was just after the 100 year celebrations in Albany WA that I received the copy across my desk, and it was VERY moving. If you would like a timeless reminder of the ANZACS then you can purchase your own copy of Anzac Ted from

AND my hero for the last 2 1/4 years has been author and Harvard trained MD Dr Sara Gottfried. If you have been following The Pregnancy Centre newsletter for a while now you will know I have been captivated by her work. In celebration of the launch of her new book, “The Hormone Reset Diet,” Sara Gottfried, MD is giving away her brand new hormone balancing cookbook for a limited time.
Get your copy here.


Pre Pregnancy

Balancing Your Hormones with Harvard MD help

Tired of feeling overweight, moody, tired, and just plain blah? It’s not you—it’s your diet and your hormones. Sara Gottfried, MD used her Harvard medical training to research the link the food you eat and the balance of your hormones—and found a way to have you cook so you’re in optimal hormonal health. If you want to look and feel your best at every age, you need her new cookbook that can help you eat your way back to health. Best of all, she is giving it away for FREE for a limited time. Get in on the fun here.

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How well do you know your Pelvic Floor?

Having been at a 1 day workshop on Friday for Midwives in Perth, presented by 2 PhD physiotherapy colleagues, who have years of experience and research under their belt, it was enlightening to hear of the depth of research that now exists to show the importance of correct pelvic floor muscle training during and after pregnancy. Correct technique is one important aspect of doing your pelvic floor muscle exercises as well has having insight on the level of your own pelvic floor muscle fitness. This is one of the purposes of our Pregnancy and Postnatal Pelvic Floor ebooklet, giving you insights from an inside perspective that you can take to your health practitioner, and find out more. Order your copy of your ebooklet here.  

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Post Pregnancy

Post Natal Exercise Guidelines

With many new mums still thinking that a 6 week check means being ready to run, here we can revisit the guidelines we suggest in order to take care of your recovering body, which has experienced birth and 9 months of pregnancy. Recovery does take time and protecting your pelvic floor on the way to returning to your favourite exercise levels is an important step.

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