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‘Born In The Wild’ Trailer: Women Give Birth In The Outdoors — Watch

Mon, January 12, 2015 7:18pm EDT by 3 Comments

‘Born in the Wild’, a new series on Lifetime, puts a wild spin on giving birth! In this innovative show, which debuts on March 3, mothers take the option of a homebirth one step further by having a baby in the wild! A new trailer for the show has just been released and it’s pretty graphic. Watch it here!

Lifetime’s controversial new series, Born in the Wild, will certainly generate a lot of discussions about motherhood and modern medicine. The show follows mothers who have opted to give birth to their baby in the great outdoors. Without inductions, epidurals or any hospital accommodations, expectant mothers will have a wild experience and it will all be captured on film. Watch the new trailer! (Warning: it’s pretty graphic.)

‘Born In The Wild’ Trailer: Women Give Birth Outdoors On Lifetime Series

Whether viewers support or oppose a mother’s decision to have a baby in the middle of nowhere, we must admit that this show will make for compelling TV.

Mothers, “will take on the unique challenges of their natural environment, tackling every obstacle the wilderness can dish out in order to realize their dream of an outdoor birth,” describes Lifetime.

Regardless, we can all agree on one thing about the progressive program: these mothers definitely look tough.

Placenta Pills: Kourtney Kardashian Taking Them After Baby Reign’s Birth

Another interesting trend that is making waves amongst moms? Placenta Pills!

As HollywoodLife.com previously reported, Kourtney Kardashian, 35, revealed that she eats placenta pills!

Apparently, the KUWTK star and mother of 3, takes the post-pregnancy supplement because of their health benefits. The pills are rich in iron and include nutrients that ease pain and boost energy levels.

Kourt even called the pills “life changing,” as seen on her Jan. 10 Instagram picture!

Other celebs who have dined on their own placenta include January Jones and Kim Zolciak.

Perhaps those who are behind placenta pills would also support an all natural birth in the wild!

HollywoodLifers, what do you think: do you think giving birth “in the wild” is a good option for expectant mothers?

— Jordyn Shaffer