Pregnancy-Nutrition

How important is hydration during pregnancy?

Keeping hydrated and drinking plenty of water is vital for everyone, and especially for pregnant women. When you are pregnant, your body is going through a tremendous level of stress as it is working to grow and physically accommodate a growing baby. It is very important you give it the nutrients it needs to best… Read More

How much do I need to eat during pregnancy?

Pregnancy is the one time when you are expected and even encouraged to gain weight (good news). It doesn’t mean you can eat whatever, whenever, or however much you want (bad news). And it absolutely does not mean you are eating for two. Maintaining a reasonable diet and gaining the appropriate amount of weight are… Read More

How much do I need to eat during breastfeeding?

Choosing to breastfeed your child is a very personal choice and depends on many external factors. If you decide to nurse after pregnancy, eating healthy, nutrient dense food should be at the top of your priority list. You have to put the best foods into your body in order to produce and provide your child… Read More

How much protein do I need during pregnancy?

Flip open any muscle magazine and you’ll find trainers and athletes touting the importance of protein in your diet. Body builders swear by protein when it comes to repairing muscle tissue. However, protein is responsible for so much more .The amino acids in protein are quite literally the building blocks of the human body. Why… Read More

Nutritional needs during pregnancy

It’s no secret a well-balanced diet yields a healthy pregnancy and can be one of the most beneficial gifts you bequeath your unborn child. Adopting a nutritious eating plan before Baby is born not only affects the overall health of your child but makes for an easier labor and post-natal recovery for you. During the… Read More

Healthy meal ideas during pregnancy

A well-balanced diet is essential to a healthy pregnancy. Additionally, staying properly nourished ensures your baby’s proper growth and development while lowering his or her risk of developing certain birth defects. During pregnancy, you should be taking in an extra 100-200 calories a day during your first trimester and an extra 300-400 calories by your… Read More

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