Nutrition and Diet

Eating nutritious foods and exercising during pregnancy is essential to ensure a healthy pregnancy and baby. Here are some guidelines for following a healthy diet during pregnancy, top foods to avoid, importance of taking your prenatal vitamins and an overview to healthy weight gain during pregnancy.

Benefits of Vitamin C During Pregnancy

Benefits of Vitamin C During Pregnancy

Vitamin C, also known as Ascorbic Acid, is an important nutrient essential for boosting immunity, repairing tissue and bones, healing wounds and maintaining healthy skin. Vitamin C also has antioxidants that protect cells against damage. During...

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Eating For Two

Eating For Two

During pregnancy, the mother's diet is the main source of nourishment for baby. Nutrients from the mother's blood are the building blocks for baby's organ systems, muscles, brain, and skeleton that are forming. But when you are battling morning...

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Pregnancy & Weight Gain

Pregnancy & Weight Gain

Gaining weight is a major cause of concern for most pregnant women. But weight gain is a normal and healthy part of your pregnancy - and it is necessary to nurture your growing baby. In today's fitness-conscious world, most pregnant women are...

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Pregnancy Snacking

Pregnancy Snacking

Snacking during pregnancy is the best way to get all the nutrition you need. Eating small, frequent meals helps alleviate the queasiness in the first trimester. And as the pregnancy advances, snacking helps keep hunger pangs at bay, and is probably...

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Top Foods to Avoid During Pregnancy

Top Foods to Avoid During Pregnancy

  When you're pregnant, you're bound to get a lot of advice from your friends, family, well-wishers and sometimes even strangers. There are a plenty of old wives tales too that preach about the goodness and dangers of eating certain kinds of...

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