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Hi, I’m Hannah!
I’m a wife, mom, and Integrative Nutrition Health Coach who is passionate about support moms at every stage of the motherhood journey. Over the last decades, I’ve been on a personal and professional journey learning how simple diet and lifestyle changes can improve overall heath. Read my story in more detail here.
I’m a graduate of the Institute for Integrative Nutrition and will receive my BS in Liberal Studies with a Population Health Concentration in December, 2020. In 2021, I will begin the process of becoming a Registered Dietician so I can support moms on a deeper level.
A few things I love: Nutritional philosophies and dietary theories for managies chronic disease, a great thrift find, walking the aisles of the farmer’s market, period dramas, and anything covered in chocolate!
You can find a plethora of evidence-based resources on my blog, over on my Facebook page, in my Facebook group, and on my Instagram account. Have a question? Looking for a specific resource? Drop me a message!
Hannah helped me navigate a time which I was vastly unprepared for and struggled to find meaningful support from others in my birth team.
A., Postpartum Mama
Hannah’s knowledge and willingness to go the extra mile in order to give me information, answer any questions, and be a positive presence in my life was impressive.
S., Preconception & Prenatal Mama
Newly updated in 2019, Eating for Pregnancy is a simple nutrition guide and cookbook for expecting moms. Written by Catherine Jones and Rose Ann Hudson, RD, LD, this book tackles the basics surrounding prenatal health and nutrition in a straightforward way. This guide...
A few months back, I shared a breakdown of pregnancy weight gain and factors that contribute to bump size. Now, I'm following that up with a detailed look at postpartum weight loss. Pull up a chair and let's dive in. Weight Gain During Pregnancy What contributes to...
The first time you do anything, there are serious learning curves. With pregnancy, it's basically a giant experiment: Will I like this? Perhaps I would prefer that? How will I know if I don't try it? Now that I'm experiencing my second pregnancy, I'm making a few,...
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Hannah Bowers, INHC, is not a doctor and does not treat, diagnose, or prescribe medication. All information is for educational purposes only.