first_imgDonegal women are following in the footsteps of A-list celebrities in eating their own placenta.It may seem shocking to some but eating placenta is the most natural thing in the world for mothers, an expert on the process will tell this weekend’s Bump and Baby Expo in the Radisson Blu Hotel in Letterkenny.Donegal Placenta Encapsulation Specialist Caroline Doherty transfers placenta into capsules which can then be taken 1-3 times daily to help support a healthy emotional and physical post-birth recovery. The Buncrana mum-of-seven says more and more Donegal women are choosing the path taken by celebs including Kim Kardashian, Alicia Silverstone and Colleen Rooney in opting to reap the benefits of placenta’s recovery properties in capsule form.“Today mothers are rediscovering the benefits of natural placenta remedies for healing after giving birth.“The placenta is an amazing organ which allows your baby to feed and grow. The consumption of placenta is a potent postpartum remedy and useful preventative care measure for mothers who have just had a baby.“Packed with essential vitamins, minerals and hormones, the placenta is exactly what a new mother needs in the days and weeks after giving birth,” she says. Caroline adds: “Placenta encapsulation makes consumption palatable and easy, and the benefits are profound. It is the only organ that is grown from and functions for two people – mum and baby.“At this weekend’s Bump and Baby Expo Letterkenny I’ll be explaining the benefits of placenta encapsulation and how placenta can also be taken in smoothie form or even used in special tinctures, balms and creams.”The placenta is the organ that connects mums to their unborn children for nine months, sustaining life, feeding, nurturing and cleaning babies until birth.After birth the placenta is expelled and has been commonly disposed of by hospital incineration for many years.However, some cultures have long viewed the placenta as a magical or spiritual organ with a deep bond between the mother and her child. These cultures have often planted, cooked or eaten the placenta in a ceremony of thanks for the blessing of a healthy child. Chinese traditional medicine has been using the placenta in remedies for centuries.Now mums and babies can benefit from the benefits of placenta in Donegal.Caroline adds: “Our clients report many benefits from their placenta remedies including more energy, improved mood, less depression or baby blues, better milk supply, faster healing, clearer skin, faster wound healing, less hair loss and more.”Donegal Encapsulation Specialist Caroline Doherty will be exhibiting and delivering a talk on the process and its benefits at Bump and Baby Expo Letterkenny in association with Browne’s Autos at the Radisson Blu Hotel on August 20 and 21. Bump and Baby Expo Letterkenny, will include eight expert talks each day including:‘Signs of labour’ and ‘What to take in your baby bag’ by midwife Aine McDermott; ‘What to do when a child is choking’ and ‘Choking hazards and what to look out for’ by Niall Clancy, First Aid Aware; ‘Benefits of breast feeding’ and ‘How to best use your baby sling’ by Deirdre Fitzpatrick, Blooming Gorgeous; ‘How Chiropractic care can help mother and baby’ by Dr Julie Szabo, Chiropractor; ‘How to stay fit during and after pregnancy’ and ‘How to ensure good nutrition during pregnancy’ by Neil Barrett, Fit Hub; ‘Baby nutrition and natural healthcare’ by Patricia Swann, Holistic Health Therapies; ‘Benefits of Placenta Encapsulation’ by Caroline Doherty, Donegal Placenta Encapsulation and ‘Taking care of your skin during and after pregnancy’ by Aoibheann Walsh, G&G.For further information Bump and Baby Expo log on to www.bumpandbabyexpo.com or Facebook.Donegal mums following celebs in eating their own placenta! was last modified: August 19th, 2016 by Elaine McCalligShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:bump and baby expocaroline dohertyplacentalast_img