Ricki Lake talks to Naturalbabypros.com about her new movie focusing on Natural Birth

Ricki Lake talks to Naturalbabypros.com about her new movie focusing on Natural Birth

Encinitas, CA October 23, 2009 - Licensed acupuncturist, nutritionist and holistic health practitioner, Jen Aliano, interviews executive producer Ricki Lake and director Abby Epstein about their documentary film The Business of Being Born. Aliano interviewed the two on behalf of Naturalbabypros.com, a new website Aliano co-owns and founded. The site is designed especially to educate women and couples about natural fertility, pregnancy, birth and baby care. Discussions range from pre-conception health to dealing with post partum issues to organic baby products.

Naturalbabypros.com features articles, blogs and forums that allow women to communicate with each other and with a wide range of health care professionals. Users can share their understanding of the special challenges of motherhood and pregnancy. There is also a calendar of events which provides information about local and national events to keep women up-to-date with what is going on in their community and around the country regarding fertility, pregnancy and natural childbirth.

Aliano focused her interview on the aspects of The Business of Being Born that directly relates to natural childbirth and the positive ways that Lake and Epstein's documentary depicts the practice. "The Business of Being Born is a must-see, inspiring and thought provoking documentary film produced by Ricki Lake and directed by Abby Epstein. Anyone who is considering starting a family, who is pregnant, or who works with pregnancy and childbirth and has not seen this film, I urge you to watch it and share it with others," said Aliano of the documentary.

Topics that were brought up in the interview ranged from activism seen since the movie's release, the publicity discussing the pro's of home birth, how Lake has been perceived by the media, successes since coming out with the film to tip's on how practitioners can help to change birth in this country."We have to respect women and their bodies, and acknowledge what we are capable of doing, most times, by ourselves, without the saving of any doctor or hospital. Our bodies are miraculous, and we can withstand a lot of pain. I think we've lost sight of how normal 'normal' birth really is. I think that once we have reverence for that, we can do a lot of good," said Ricki Lake of the power that women have and the fact that natural birth is "normal."

For more information about this interview and natural birth, visit www.naturalbabypros.com where getting the healthiest strategies for natural baby care is easy. Naturalbabypros.com is dedicated to educating women on the many wonderful choices available for natural pregnancy and baby care.