Confinement Meals Prepared at a Private Food Standard
The menu planning process considers the principles of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), which involve a comprehensive approach to postpartum recovery. This includes factors such as the mother’s childbirth method, the various phases and pace of recovery after giving birth, the necessary nutritional requirements (such as increased intake of diverse vegetables and a balanced protein-to-carbohydrate ratio), as well as cultural background and personal preferences to ensure a sense of familiarity with the meals. The TCM principles of healing, detoxification, restoration, and nourishment guide this menu planning process.
Menus are then adjusted after each weekly TCM consultation as every mother’s rate of recovery and body condition is different.